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  • From Good Stock dinner to be held Sept. 27

    From Good Stock dinner to be held Sept. 27
    Land and Sea Dept.’s fourth installment of its From Good Stock supper club will take place Sept. 27. Held in Land and Sea Dept.’s artsy warehouse and office space (3124 W. Carroll Ave.), the four-course menu will be created by chef Alexandra...
  • 10 places to get uni, beyond the sushi bar

    10 places to get uni, beyond the sushi bar
    Now that foie gras is just a delicious ghost of our culinary past, uni is the delicacy with top billing on every trend-conscious menu in L.A. It’s a strange food, when you think about it. How did anyone know to open up a spiny sea urchin and feast...
  • Hillstown Grange Fair higlights East Hartford's agricultural roots

    The National Grange has been a part of America's rural and agricultural history for 147 years, and puts traditional family values, leadership and volunteerism are at the forefront of its activities. On Saturday, Sept. 13, the Hillstown Grange in East...
  • Frankfort gives grant for new downtown building

     Frankfort gives grant for new downtown building
    Offices, shops and a Mexican restaurant will replace the modest downtown Frankfort law office named for a former congressman. The Village Board voted 5-0 Monday to extend a $220,000 grant to partners Richard Wright and Greg Harper, who are...
  • Flying a kite produces winning wahoo

    Lance Irvine of Young Guns had been trying to catch a big kingfish to win the X Generation 440 Challenge when he learned that Bill Wummer's Spiced Rum III had boated a 35.4-pound king. So with an hour left in Saturday's tournament, Irvine stopped slow-...
  • Wine review: 2013 Venica Pinot Grigio 'Jesera' Collio

    Wine review: 2013 Venica Pinot Grigio 'Jesera' Collio
    The name is quite a mouthful, but this Pinot Grigio from the Collio DOC on the Italian border with Slovenia is worth seeking out. This is no simple, easy-drinking Pinot Grigio, but a wonderfully complex, rich white the color of pale onionskin. "Jesera"...
  • Olive Garden defends unlimited breadsticks policy as 'Italian generosity'

    Olive Garden defends unlimited breadsticks policy as 'Italian generosity'
    Olive Garden thinks you can never have enough warm breadsticks. The restaurant chain's parent company, Darden Restaurants, prepared a presentation in which it defends its unlimited breadsticks policy and other practices criticized in a report by...
  • Tinley Park invests another $57,000 in eatery at 'Taj Mahal' Metra station

    Tinley Park invests another $57,000 in eatery at 'Taj Mahal' Metra station
    Less than two years ago, Tinley Park's leaders unveiled a $12 million train station that Metra's then-chairman called "the Taj Mahal" of the transit system. The elaborate project included a $600,000 investment from the village in a privately run...
  • Amid coffee rivalry, McDonald's Canada to sell java in grocery stores

    TORONTO (Reuters) - McDonald's Corp is making its McCafe ground coffee available in Canadian grocery stores this month, the fast-food giant said on Tuesday, part of its broader campaign to win market share in a country long dominated by rivals like Tim...
  • Frostburg hotel represents the 'mountain side of Maryland'

    Frostburg hotel represents the 'mountain side of Maryland'
    — In the heart of this town on the old U.S. National Road in Western Maryland, a woman leans on the front desk of an 1890s-era hotel, her face a study in mixed emotions. Tina Storey loves her work as office manager of Failinger's Hotel Gunter, the...
  • Bravo's 'Best New Restaurant' Gets Premiere, Sets Competitors

    Forget bloggers' end-of-year top 10 roundups and magazines' editorial lists, Bravo wants to take foodies behind the scenes of how the sausage is made, so to speak, when determining what will become America's "Best New Restaurant." The series, hosted by...