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  • More than a chef, Cantu had an artist's ability to transform us

    More than a chef, Cantu had an artist's ability to transform us
    Boil down cooking to its essence — and it is a distillate clearly essential to the human progression toward civilization — and you have transformation. Whether you are burning by flame, searing over coals, dunking in water or...
  • Run a 3-star kitchen out of shipping containers? No problem at French Laundry

    Run a 3-star kitchen out of shipping containers? No problem at French Laundry
    One of the world's greatest restaurants is now cooking out of shipping containers. When French Laundry chef/owner Thomas Keller ran up against a time crunch after designing a new, futuristic kitchen in honor of his acclaimed restaurant’s 20th...
  • Duck dynasty: Peking duck still packs the customers in

    Duck dynasty: Peking duck still packs the customers in
    Anyone who has followed my dispatches for any length of time knows that I like duck any way I can get it. Bright-pink roasted breast meat, slow-cooked Czech-style duck, duck confit — and don't get me started on foie gras — I love it all. But...
  • Florida travel calendar for April

    Florida travel calendar for April
    Check out festivals and events in April across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) April 3: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • Drink this: Chicago-born Manhattan

    Drink this: Chicago-born Manhattan
    Chicago Born Manhattan: La Bella Pasteria, established in 1990 but with a storefront dating to 1891, has become a staple of Oak Park, as touted for its vast selection of wines, beers and cocktails as it is for its delicious Southern Italian comfort food....
  • Chicago area farmers markets: Send us your listings

     Chicago area farmers markets: Send us your listings
    Dust off your canvas tote bags: In less than a month, farmers market season opens in the Chicago area. Good Eating will publish our annual roundup of city and suburban markets on May 6. Now is the time to send us listings. If you are in charge of a...
  • Meet Mindy Segal

     Meet Mindy Segal
    Hot Chocolate restaurant chef/owner Mindy Segal will be touring locations around Chicago in the coming weeks to promote her new cookbook, "Cookie Love" (Ten Speed Press, $24.99). Get a copy signed by the pastry whiz, ask her questions about her recipes...
  • Gala Caps First Savor Wine And Food Fest

    A new gala brought a new vibe to Hartford Saturday with celebrity chef Robert Irvine, along with a host of others including many that are well-known to Hartford area diners, capping off the new, two-day Foxwoods "Savor Ct" food and wine fest at the Ct...
  • Eat this: Oven-baked oatmeal

    Eat this: Oven-baked oatmeal
    Oven-baked oatmeal: Delia's Kitchen in downtown Oak Park is a breakfast lover's dream: a charming diner-style spot — with a vintage, red "Restaurant" sign glowing over the striped awning, no less — that serves up skillets, scrambles, blueberry...
  • Slow cooker woes: If it doesn't fit, can I still use it?

    Slow cooker woes: If it doesn't fit, can I still use it?
    Q: Can I use a 5-quart slow cooker insert in a 7-quart base? I don't know if I can and can't seem to find the answer online — please help me! —Sam Anderson, Princeton, La. A: I posed the question to Mark Scarbrough, co-author with Bruce...
  • Mozza alums to open two Spanish-themed restaurants

    Mozza alums to open two Spanish-themed restaurants
    David Rosoff and Chris Feldmeier, who worked together for many years at Osteria Mozza¬†and Campanile, are reuniting to open not one, but two Spanish-themed restaurants — one in the Short Order space at the Original Farmers Market and the other at...