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  • Charlie Trotter dies: 'His words to me will ring on forever'

    Charlie Trotter dies: 'His words to me will ring on forever'
    [Updated: 7:12 p.m.: Charlie Trotter's family issued a statement earlier expressing sorrow at the shocking death of the 54-year-old acclaimed chef and asking for privacy "as we work through this difficult time."
  • Just a cracker? Chicago restaurant tops burger with unconsecrated Communion wafer

    Just a cracker? Chicago restaurant tops burger with unconsecrated Communion wafer
    A good burger can be a very spiritual experience -- a bite that brings you closer to whatever higher power you may believe in. But when a Chicago restaurant decided to top one of its burgers with an unconsecrated Communion wafer, some thought it was...

    Alligator captured at Chicago's O'Hare airport

    Alligator captured at Chicago's O'Hare airport
    A small and ailing alligator was found and rescued Friday at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, according to various reports out Monday. And to think, most of us don't attempt to get a soda through security. The most comforting quote to come...

    Photos hold clue to how alligator came to be dumped at O'Hare airport

    Photos hold clue to how alligator came to be dumped at O'Hare airport
    There's a new clue in the mystery of how a 2-foot-long alligator came to be abandoned at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Earlier, social media had pointed to a tattooed man. Now, it's a woman in a dark beanie being sought to find out how the...

    Variations on a green theme

    Variations on a green theme
    Incredibly, there really was a time before pesto. When I was growing up back in the 19th ... well, never you mind ... we never saw it. We'd never even heard of it. Nowadays, though, it's as common as mud. Beautiful, delicious, bright green mud. Let's go...