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  • Fedoras share tips on food-beer pairings in new cookbook

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Husband and wife team Brooke and Luther Fedora show how beer adds complexity to a dish and why selecting the right brew can elevate any meal in their debut cookbook, "The Foodie's Beer Book." The culinary couple has been creating...
  • The essentials: Tio Luis Tacos

    The essentials: Tio Luis Tacos
    Tio Luis Tacos 3856 S. Archer Ave. 773-843-0098 Looks like: A brightly colored Mexican carnival filled with rustic ceramic tiles and brightly colored murals. Sounds like: A sizzling grill Smells like: Griddled meat and the sweet perfume of caramelized...
  • Chef of the Moment: Smoke.Oil.Salt.'s Perfecto Rocher would throw out all his forks

    Chef of the Moment: Smoke.Oil.Salt.'s Perfecto Rocher would throw out all his forks
    Perfecto Rocher is the executive chef of Smoke.Oil.Salt., who also happens to be a third-generation paella maker from Spain’s Valencia region, where he worked at his grandfather’s restaurant. After hitchhiking to London (where he taught...
  • Norfolk Cruzers site to become bistro in developing Chelsea neighborhood

    Norfolk Cruzers site to become bistro in developing Chelsea neighborhood
    The Cruzers Seamans Club, a popular spot for karaoke, closed in June but is slated to become a more upscale, casual bistro, The Virginian-Pilot reports. Cruzers had sold Filipino food but The Torch Bistro would serve New York-style deli sandwiches...
  • Fatal fairgrounds crash 'one of those freak accidents,' police say

    Fatal fairgrounds crash 'one of those freak accidents,' police say
    Shirley Dengler, a regular at the Ritz Barbecue at the Allentown Fairgrounds, had just paid her check Sunday evening and was walking away from the restaurant when a car hit her. It pinned her against the wall after hitting the restaurant with such force...
  • Louie Bossi's opening on Las Olas Boulevard

    Louie Bossi's opening on Las Olas Boulevard
    A restaurant group with interests in Rocco's Tacos and Big City Tavern will open a third restaurant on Las Olas Boulevard. Louie Bossi's will serve pasta, wood-fired pies, more than 50 wines by the glass, cocktails and other specialties. The...
  • Facing decline, Japan's pachinko industry tries offering a clean, well-lighted place

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's once-booming pachinko industry, grappling with a graying customer base and the threat of new competition from casinos, is adopting a softer touch and smoke-free zones to lure a new generation of players, particularly women....
  • Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Tuesday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT Tuesdays on the Terrace Museum of Contemporary Art 220 E. Chicago Ave. 312-397-4034 Soak up the last days of summer on the museum's terrace listening to jazz musicians with a buffet from Puck's Cafe. Using locally grown ingredients from the...
  • Lehigh Valley outdoors show at Kempton Fairgrounds this weekend

    Bob Danenhower likes to talk. Just ask anyone who has ever walked into his taxidermy shop or visited his bait-and-tackle shop during fishing months. He also knows how to listen, which is why there is a big change for the 2014 Lehigh Valley Hunting and...
  • Guest post: Don't forget Groupon!

    Guest post: Don't forget Groupon!
    Editor's note: This is a guest post from the bloggers at crazytowndeals.com.  So tell us, Savvy friends, what do you like to do for fun? If you're like us, getting out, getting away, and having a good meal are some of the things that help you get away...
  • Updates: ComEd agrees meters switched; Potbelly pays for car damage

    Updates: ComEd agrees meters switched; Potbelly pays for car damage
    Tom Camacho was certain his electric bills were too high; he just couldn't get ComEd to agree. Since October, the Edgewater neighborhood resident had been calling the utility, complaining that his monthly statements showed a dramatic spike in usage,...