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  • Archive: Hot Doug's, the quintessential Chicago restaurant

    Archive: Hot Doug's, the quintessential Chicago restaurant
    This article was originally published on May 26, 2011 Two months ago, I returned from unquestionably the greatest vacation of my life: 96 hours spent in New Orleans eating, drinking, dancing, stumbling merrily down Decatur Street, drooling Sazerac...
  • Moody Tongue beers to debut at beer-focused restaurants

    Moody Tongue beers to debut at beer-focused restaurants
    The city's first "culinary" brewery is set to debut, but don't expect its ingredient-heavy beers on liquor store shelves or at most bars. Moody Tongue beers, appropriately enough, will be on tap at the city's most adventurous restaurants. Brewery...
  • Four stars: Topolobampo is one of Chicago's finest restaurants

    Four stars: Topolobampo is one of Chicago's finest restaurants
    Topolobampo is approaching its 25th birthday (toward the end of the year) looking very much like a restaurant gearing up for 25 more. It's not just that the cooking is at the highest level that I've ever seen, although that's certainly the case. Chef de...
  • Growing better chefs at farm camp

    Growing better chefs at farm camp
    From the crowing roosters to the pigs in the pen, Spence Farm at first glance might be mistaken as just another farm camp for city slickers. Barns, tents, chore schedules, grills, cots and coolers are ready for campers to spend two days in the country,...
  • Ex-Chicagoan conquers Mexican food

    Ex-Chicagoan conquers Mexican food
    NEW YORK — Rarely smiling or saying more than was necessary as he created a twisting column of chocolate ganache or turned peanut butter into powder, Alex Stupak was an intense figure in Grant Achatz's intense kitchen as Alinea's opening pastry...
  • Where to eat in Chicago: A guide for visiting Bruins fans

    Where to eat in Chicago: A guide for visiting Bruins fans
    The National Hockey League Stanley Cup Finals kicked off last night in Chicago, pitting the Blackhawks against the Boston Bruins in a best-of-seven battle on the ice. And this series looks to be a nail-biter, given the three-overtime opening game...
  • What's the best match for shrimp with green almond salsa? Condrieu

    What's the best match for shrimp with green almond salsa? Condrieu
    I’ve made Rick Bayless’ recipe for "Shrimp in Simple Green Almond Sauce" from his "Mexico: One Plate at a Time" cookbook a couple of times, but this past weekend I found the perfect match when I opened a bottle of E. Guigal's Condrieu. The...
  • Bastille Day brunch, Cake Monkey pop-up, Ham Independence lunch, Taste of Summer

    Bastille Day brunch,  Cake Monkey pop-up, Ham Independence lunch, Taste of Summer
    Bastille Day Brunch: In celebration of Bastille Day, the French independence holiday, Church & State Bistro is offering a La Jour de la Bastille brunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on July 14. The traditional French menu includes oysters, foie de volaille...
  • Jared Rouben to leave Goose Island brewpub for his own food-friendly brewery

    Jared Rouben to leave Goose Island brewpub for his own food-friendly brewery
    Jared Rouben seems to spend just as much time at the farmers market as he does at Goose Island's Clybourn brewpub, where he has been a brewer for four years. So it's not much of a surprise that the new brewery he plans to launch will focus on what he...
  • A preview of the top Chicago parties in 2013

    A preview of the top Chicago parties in 2013
    The best parties in Chicago don’t all take place in the summer — just most of them. But if you’re getting early stages of cabin fever and don’t feel like you can spend another weekend in your sweatpants, there is the...
  • Oregano origins can matter

    Oregano origins can matter
    Q: I found a recipe that called for Mexican Oregano is this different than the Italian Oregano that I have in my spice rack? —Andrew Maselli, Chicago A: Yes, the two are different plants and each oregano has its own "personality," according to...