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  • Chicago's 25+ new, coming-soon patios of 2015

    Chicago's 25+ new, coming-soon patios of 2015
    Sky’s out, thighs out. Sun’s out, guns out. And you should be too … outdoors, that is. The weather is finally warming up, and as Chicagoans, it’s our right to have as much fun in the sun as possible while it lasts. This season&...
  • Church news in the region

    CHESTERTON Liberty Bible Church: 824 N. Calumet — Faithful Fitness for women of all ages and fitness levels will be from 9 to 10:15 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classes are $2.50 each....
  • Boulder Hill resident looks back to 'lost art' of gelatin treats

    Boulder Hill resident looks back to 'lost art' of gelatin treats
    Boulder Hill resident Mary Wolf recently assembled a multi-layer gelatin salad using what she calls "the lost art of Jell-O." Using gelatin in cooking has been happening for over a century and was very popular during the Victorian era. But the process...
  • From beef tongue to beef on weck, menus tell culinary story

    Before beef on weck and chicken wings became staples of the city's restaurants, there was beef tongue and woodcock. An array of restaurant menus amassed by the Buffalo History Museum offers a taste of the city's culinary story — from yesterday's...
  • New report shows improving U.S. fishing management, but is it enough?

    New report shows improving U.S. fishing management, but is it enough?
    Here's more evidence that you can manage your way out of a bad situation. This week the National Oceanographic and Atmosphere Administration’s annual census of commercial fisheries that were either already overfished or in danger of becoming...
  • What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach

    What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach
    City Annapolis, Spa Creek and Severn River. •The Wednesday Night Races, featuring more than 120 sailboats of all sizes, begins April 22. The regatta on the Severn River begins around 6 p.m., with the often spectacular finish on Spa Creek in front...
  • You asked for it: Reader shares mom's Stuffed cabbage casserole recipe

    You asked for it: Reader shares mom's Stuffed cabbage casserole recipe
    Last month, I received a request for a restaurant recommendation for cabbage rolls from Bonnie Schindler, of Fort Lauderdale. We sent her to Flakowitz of Boynton (flakowitzofboynton.com) and provided a recipe. This is the second time I've run a cabbage...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Greek Lemon Baked Fish with Tomatoes, Zucchini & Chickpeas

    Test Kitchen bonus: Greek Lemon Baked Fish with Tomatoes, Zucchini & Chickpeas
    Top your favorite salad greens with a flavorful piece of fish. Make an easy marinade with olive oil, vinegar and spices and herbs. This recipe for Greek Lemon Baked Fish with Tomatoes, Zucchini & Chickpeas is great way to start: Greek Lemon Baked Fish...
  • Baking saved this man during the Holocaust, and is still his livelihood

    Baking saved this man during the Holocaust, and is still his livelihood
    Of all the guilty culinary pleasures that Ernie Feld whips up at his tiny pastry shop in the forest, one is particularly bittersweet: the popular poppy-seed strudels. That's the delicacy Feld made for the Nazi SS officers who held him captive as their...
  • Vettel: How Cantu changed Chicago's culinary scene

    Vettel: How Cantu changed Chicago's culinary scene
    In 2005, just about every top food writer in America visited Chicago, and three chefs drew them here. First, of course, was Grant Achatz, whose restaurant, Alinea, was inspiring cover stories even before it opened in May that year. But writers also...
  • Video tip: Soak wooden skewers before grilling

    Video tip: Soak wooden skewers before grilling
    Before you throw your next batch of skewers on the grill, take some time to soak the wood before threading the food. Wooden skewers, like the classic bamboo skewers pictured above, can burn easily over a hot grill. Soaking them in warm water for 10 to...