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  • At Hangari Bajirak Kalgooksoo in Koreatown, great bowls of handmade noodles

    At Hangari Bajirak Kalgooksoo in Koreatown, great bowls of handmade noodles
    Name of restaurant: Hangari Bajirak Kalgooksoo. Concept: Hangari is a small noodle shop in a strip mall in Koreatown on the corner of 6th Street and Alexandria. (For further reference, Hangari is across the street from the Hotel Normandie, maybe a...
  • Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe

    Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe
    Q: Several or many years ago I cut out a recipe in the Chicago Tribune for brownies. These were the best brownies ever. After putting the dough in the pan you put in a jar of marshmallow creme. I cannot find my recipe and I really miss making these...
  • Drink this: Boston Club punch

    Drink this: Boston Club punch
    Boston Club punch: A drink that gives a nod to Boston but originated in New Orleans is a staple of the eclectic menu at Bordel, a craft cocktail bar and cabaret inspired by Paris' Latin Quarter that is in a second-floor lounge above Black Bull in West...
  • Eat this: Roasted bone marrow with herbs

    Eat this: Roasted bone marrow with herbs
    Roasted bone marrow with herbs: Though just one of the many decadent, animal product-centered dishes at The Purple Pig, the $12 roasted bone marrow is a uniquely transcendent artery-clogging experience. This is likely because of the ease of it all: The...
  • Plenty of food for thought, to eat at Good Food Festival

    Plenty of food for thought, to eat at Good Food Festival
    To quote the timeless wisdom of Kermit the Frog, "It's not easy being green." We'd add to that: It's not easy to be consistently mindful of the importance of consuming local, organic, responsibly produced food and to support, in whatever ways possible,...
  • Barrel & Ashes a crackling fine take on Texas barbecue

    Barrel & Ashes a crackling fine take on Texas barbecue
    When you talk to the masters of Texas barbecue, men and women who measure their lives in cords of post oak and fatty beef by the ton, you will hear about convection rates and sedimentation, humidity and wind, and the way fat renders in April as opposed to...
  • N.Y.'s Dinosaur Bar-B-Que opening here in late April

    N.Y.'s Dinosaur Bar-B-Que opening here in late April
    Good news for Syracuse alums, NYC ex-pats and lovers of fine barbecue in general — Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is heading to Chicago. The restaurant and live-music venue, famous for its dry-rub, slow-smoked 'cue, has legions of fans and eight locations...
  • St. Augustine calendar of events

    St. Augustine calendar of events
    Travel to St. Augustine and take advantage of these great events in the surrounding area. April April 3: First Friday Art Walk, St. Augustine. The Art Galleries of Saint Augustine founded and sponsors the award-winning First Friday Art Walk event on...
  • Your Chicago guide to Carolina barbecue

    Your Chicago guide to Carolina barbecue
    Having lived in North Carolina for the better part of my life, I am within my rights to say that we are a hardheaded people. We like our basketball, our beaches and, mostly, our barbecue, but we've never been able to come to any kind of consensus on the...
  • Uncork your curiosity to find the wines you love

    Uncork your curiosity to find the wines you love
      A friend, deep into wine, once told me his father used to drink just one wine: Georges du Boeuf Beaujolais. Every night. I know someone else who orders two cases of rosé to last the entire summer. And that's the only wine she drinks. She doesn't...
  • Tailing elite bartender Matthew Biancaniello through hill, dale and BevMo

    Tailing elite bartender Matthew Biancaniello through hill, dale and BevMo
    Matthew Biancaniello, 46, lives in a world of white fir-infused tequila, pine sap-infused St-Germain, fuzzy Cuban oregano, Green Chartreuse, dehydrated banana flowers and baby strollers. The for-hire bartender/mad scientist has made a name for himself...