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  • Beatrix's creative catchall in hotel setting

    Beatrix's creative catchall in hotel setting
    Coherence is overrated. That's the conclusion I draw from Beatrix, an agreeable hodgepodge of a restaurant that opened six months ago in River North and has been doing brisk business ever since. Focus? Fuggedaboutit. This Lettuce Entertain You...
  • Homemade charcuterie made easy with rillettes and terrines

    Homemade charcuterie made easy with rillettes and terrines
    Making charcuterie is all the rage among restaurant chefs, but with the exception of a few hardy adventurers, the urge to cure hams and sausages hasn't yet quite caught on with home cooks. That's understandable. It's not something you can just up and...
  • Latin-inspired chicken

    Latin-inspired chicken
    I'm always drawn to a place that cooks with wood — for pizza, steak, chicken — anything. During recent trips to Chile and Peru, the aroma of wood cooking fires captivated our culinary imaginations. A wood-fired rotisserie filled with golden...
  • It's in the dirt

    It's in the dirt
    "When we have visitors to our winery," says Christopher Howell, winemaker and general manager at Cain Vineyard & Winery in Napa Valley, Calif., "I remind them of the most basic thing: that wine comes from grapes, that grapes grow in vineyards and that...
  • Sister Therese Mary Martinez, helps Mexican-American community

     Sister Therese Mary Martinez, helps Mexican-American community
    For more than a half-century, Sister Therese Mary Martinez — Sister Mary to her many friends — has worked to help the Mexican-American community in the northwest suburbs. She has assisted newcomers in finding housing, dealing with...
  • Some neighbors say Sriracha factory's smell is creating headaches

    Some neighbors say Sriracha factory's smell is creating headaches
    Jesse Bracamontes is one of the legions of Sriracha hot sauce fans who squirts the bright red paste of peppers, garlic and spices on all manner of foods: pizza, take-out Chinese and even a plain bowl of noodles. But when the pungent Sriracha smell wafts...
  • Sriracha factory can stay open for now, judge rules

    Sriracha factory can stay open for now, judge rules
    Production of Sriracha can continue at an Irwindale factory, at least for now, a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge ruled Thursday.  Judge Robert H. O'Brien denied the city of Irwindale's request for a temporary restraining order and set a...
  • Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films

     Palm Springs festival a showcase for foreign-language films
    It makes for an unlikely combination: some of Hollywood's biggest stars rubbing up against relative obscurities from the international festival circuit. Yet that's exactly what happens each year at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, which has...
  • World Cup 2014: Group-by-group schedules

    World Cup 2014: Group-by-group schedules
    The United States will open play in the 2014 World Cup on June 16 in Natal, Brazil, in a Group G game against Ghana, a team that has eliminated it from the last two tournaments. The Americans were drawn into Group G along with Germany and Portugal....
  • You say chilaquiles, I say migas. Either way, it's a tradition

    You say chilaquiles, I say migas. Either way, it's a tradition
    Christmas breakfasts are meals of tradition in my family. Dinner, the rest of them pretty much let me play around however I want. But breakfast has to follow a certain script. Still, there are traditions, and then there are traditions. A couple of years...
  • Pandora Co-produces Rejtman's 'Two Gun Shots'

    SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain -- Germany's Pandora is co-producing "Two Gun Shots," the feature comeback from Martin Rejtman, one of the founders of the so-called New Argentine Cinema, whose 1992 debut, "Rapado," had a large impact on directors such as Pablo...