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  • No yolk — a fight over 'mayo'

    No yolk — a fight over 'mayo'
    Lettuce consider mayonnaise: The maker of Hellmann's is suing an upstart, Just Mayo, to the tuna millions in damages. Has one side spread lies? Does the other side deserve a dressing down? Here's the lunchpin of the dispute: whether a food company can sub...
  • Help prevent hunger this holiday season with food donations

    One in six people in America will go to bed hungry tonight, according to Dosomething.org. Sadly, children are a part of that statistic, too. But residents can make a difference this holiday season. The village of Wellington has teamed up with...
  • DePuma's Gluten Free Pasta

    DePuma's Gluten Free Pasta
    Successful chef John DePuma put his culinary talents to good use at home after his wife, Gina, was diagnosed with celiac disease and was restricted to a gluten-free diet. Not wanting her to sacrifice eating pasta, DePuma spent his days off from work...
  • Frank's Pasta Sauces

    Frank Parseliti Jr. spent 35 years working alongside his father, Frank Sr., at their restaurant by the same name. Formerly located on Asylum Street in Hartford, the iconic restaurant hosted countless guests for more than 50 years, including Russian dancer...
  • Blotter: Deerfield woman charged with endangering life of child left in car

    Blotter: Deerfield woman charged with endangering life of child left in car
    The following were taken from police reports. A Park City woman, 29, was charged with having no valid license at 9 a.m. Nov. 17 near the 700 block of Waukegan Road. A Chicago man, 45, was charged with having no valid license and no rear registration...
  • Turkey tips for first-timers

    Turkeys are fairly forgiving. That's a good thing to remember, especially if you're taking on your first Thanksgiving dinner. The feast bird can be oven-roasted or grilled. Brined or not. Basted sure, if you feel like it. Buy an available-everywhere...
  • Boxed wines are much improved

    It has always been a good idea for wine enthusiasts to think "outside the box," to expand their horizons. These days, those options include thinking "inside the box" literally. Boxed wines are bigger and better than ever, vying with rose as the fastest-...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: Roasted vegetables, individually seasoned

    JONATHAN JUSTUS 5/8 JUSTUS DRUGSTORE IN SMITHVILLE, MO. Ratatouille, a traditional French Provencal vegetable stew, provided the inspiration for Justus' take on roasted vegetables. "I've always loved ratatouille, and when it is done all in one pot it is...
  • Artisanal Thanksgiving 2014: A pearl of an oyster dressing

    SHEILA LUCERO 5/8 JAX FISH HOUSE ON THE COUNTRY CLUB PLAZA, KANSAS CITY Working at the newest seafood restaurant and raw bar in Kansas City, it's only natural that Lucero would think to include oysters in her Thanksgiving dressing. The Denver-based...
  • Jones Apiaries Honey

    Farmington resident Ted Jones began keeping bees and selling honey as a hobby 19 years ago when he was still working as an electrician. When he retired, he and his wife, Becky, worked full-time at the business and it grew. The husband and wife team...
  • District 64 proposes slight budget increase

    District 64 proposes slight budget increase
    The public will get a chance next month to weigh in a proposed Niles Park Ridge District 64 budget that is up almost 5 percent over 2013. The $66.9 million plan was unanimously approved by the school board at a recent meeting. A public hearing has...