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  • Juicing lets you drink the rainbow of fruits and vegetables

    Last year, Kim Wilcox and his wife, Tamara, were flipping TV channels when they stumbled on a movie with an attention-grabbing title: "Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead." The 2010 documentary follows Australian entrepreneur Joe Cross as he reboots his health...
  • Chicago teens serve up tasty lunch

    Chicago teens serve up tasty lunch
    This may be the best lunch deal downtown.  For $10, there's a choice of Sardinian-style gnocchi mixed with chicken sugo, charred escarole and preserved lemon; rigatoni with pork ragu and porcini mushrooms or orechiette with kale, lemon bread crumbs...
  • Musikfest preview: Here's what's new, returning for festival's 31st year

     
    The most important lesson taught by Musikfest founder and President Jeff is that the festival is not only open to change, but also requires it, says ArtsQuest Vice President for Programming Patrick Brogan. Saurus, one of the featured 'spectacles' at......
  • Sighting: Beyonce and Jay-Z dine at Chicago Cut Steakhouse

    Sighting: Beyonce and Jay-Z dine at Chicago Cut Steakhouse
    When Beyonce was in Chicago in December, the R&B mega star dined at the vegan-friendly Karyn’s Cooked because she and rapper Jay-Z were taking part in a 22-day vegan diet at the time. The A-list couple have since gone back to their meat-eating ways,...
  • Pazo, now an Italian restaurant, carries the Foreman Wolf standard

    Pazo, now an Italian restaurant, carries the Foreman Wolf standard
    Pazo opened in 2004 with a Spanish-influenced menu and it kept on being Spanish until just last month, when it unveiled a new, wholly Italian format. That's a pretty big change. I'd compare it to the ninth season of "Roseanne," when the Conners won $108...
  • Bon appetit: Sample downtown Delray's culinary scene Aug. 7-8 at 'Tastemakers of Delray Beach'

    Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA), in conjunction with Delray Beach Magazine, will toast the summer with "Tastemakers of Delray Beach." The sixth annual culinary event will take place Aug. 7 and 8 from 5 to 10 p.m., when 13 downtown...
  • Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads

    Food trucks add new tastes to cuisine scene in Hampton Roads
    It's late Thursday morning, and workers queue up in front of the Karnage Asada food truck parked at The Net Center building in Hampton. From the Latin-Asian inspired menu, they order dishes like Dragon Whip Beef Taco, made with chipotle-braised beef and...
  • Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more

    Small Bites: Farmstead Shack opens, Mekong Delta closes temporarily and more
    Small Bites is a round-up of news and tidbits from Baltimore's dining scene: • Farmstead Shack, the "companion kiosk" to the full-service restaurant Farmstead Grill, has opened at The Shops at Canton Crossing. Service at the kiosk started quietly...
  • Restaurant review: Al Bacio in Winter Park

    Restaurant review: Al Bacio in Winter Park
    The 500 block of North Park Avenue has a long history on Central Florida's dining scene. For 40 years it was home to Brandywine's Deli, then in 2013 Tiffany Deli began a short stint. Now Al Bacio Italian restaurant has started a new chapter for the Winter...
  • Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville

    Ocean City's Dough Roller opens new restaurant in Rockville
    The Dough Roller, the Ocean City family favorite, opened a branch of its pizza restaurant in Rockville over the weekend. The location in King Farms Village Center is operated by Gary Gibbs, son of The Dough Roller Restaurants founder. Gibbs, who lives...
  • Miami restaurant, survivor of desegregation and riots, to close

    MIAMI (Reuters) - After more than half a century, Jumbo's, famous for its fried shrimp and conch, and one of the first Miami restaurants to desegregate in the late 1960s, is closing this week as the site is sold to a developer of affordable housing....