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  • Cookbook store in Lincoln Park feeds mind and stomach

    Cookbook store in Lincoln Park feeds mind and stomach
    Read It & Eat, the new culinary bookstore in Lincoln Park, has a comfy chair tucked in by one of the front windows. Next to it sits a small table with two books and a bamboo plant. That's where owner Esther Dairiam gravitates at the start of the day....
  • 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...
  • Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'

     Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'
    Mindy Segal has this great look she gives you, a look that says "What are you, a *#%$ idiot?" It is her default look, and pretty adaptable: She can deliver it with a smile, or a frown, with an air of puzzlement, or a hint of generosity. It is a reassuring...
  • HotChocolate chef Mindy Segal has grown wiser, but is no less fiery

    HotChocolate chef Mindy Segal has grown wiser, but is no less fiery
    Nearly every morning for the past 10 years, since opening the Bucktown restaurant HotChocolate, Mindy Segal has stopped by the Map Room at Armitage and Hoyne for a moment of clarity and a cup of coffee. Without many customers at 8 a.m., the place looks...
  • Tickets on sale for August's inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival

    Tickets on sale for August's inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival
    Another star-studded food and wine festival is headed to Chicago, this time in August, and tickets are going on sale today. Call it Chefapalooza. I certainly plan to. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. for the inaugural Chicago Food + Wine Festival,...
  • Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Thursday: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Early 'Mad Max' screening, a new drag parody and more things to do on May 14 in Chicago. EAT Grand Opening (Free!) Read It & Eat 2142 N. Halsted St. 773-661-6158 The Lincoln Park food-themed bookstore hosts a signing of James Beard Award-winning...
  • GT Fish & Oyster names new pastry chef

    GT Fish & Oyster names new pastry chef
    Things are looking sweeter for GT Fish & Oyster. The River North seafood restaurant welcomed a new pastry chef, Andrea Bonitatibus -- formerly of Mindy Segal’s HotChocolate -- to its kitchen Wednesday. Bonitatibus, who said the best part of her...
  • Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.
    Paella day, a boutique warehouse sale and more weekend things to do in Chicago March 27-29. EAT National Spanish Paella Day Black Bull 1721 W. Division St. 773-227-8600 The Wicker Park restaurant celebrates the "holiday" all weekend long by...
  • Judy Blume in Humanities Fest's spring season

    Judy Blume in Humanities Fest's spring season
    The Chicago Humanities Festival’s five-program spring season delves into topics as diverse as baked goods and enormous cameras. First, the organization was to announce Monday, Scott Simon, host of NPR’s “Weekend Edition,” will...
  • Trotter to be honored at fundraiser

    Trotter to be honored at fundraiser
    Chef Charlie Trotter will be honored on the one-year anniversary of his death with an Emeril Lagasse-hosted fundraiser to benefit the education foundation established in Trotter’s name. “A Toast to Charlie Trotter” is scheduled for...
  • Restaurant review: Carriage House

    Restaurant review: Carriage House
    From one end of the United States to the other, Southern cooking is hot. And while Chicago doesn't abound with Southern dining options, restaurants like Big Jones, Table Fifty-Two and The Southern -- to say nothing of our growing crop of Southern-informed...