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  • With chef's help, kids boldly tackle scones, food science and more

    With chef's help, kids boldly tackle scones, food science and more
    12-year-old Olivia Gossett has no problem whipping up a batch of homemade ricotta. Her mother, Clémence, is a pastry chef and co-owner of the Gourmandise School in Santa Monica. Olivia practically grew up in the kitchen, and the cheese is but one of the...
  • Restaurant grabs long-vacant Oak Park Avenue space

    Restaurant grabs long-vacant Oak Park Avenue space
    A restaurateur with eateries in Chicago, Westmont and Burr Ridge has plans to fill the long-vacant ground-floor space at Oak Park Avenue and South Boulevard. Branko Palikuca, who lives in Oak Park, has signed a long-term lease for 100 S. Oak Park Ave....
  • Recipe Finder | Chili mac

    Recipe Finder | Chili mac
    Patty Wolfe of Boise, Idaho, was in search of a recipe for a chili like the one her mother made for dinner when she was growing up in Indiana. She thinks her mother got the recipe from an aunt who lived in Texas and recalled that it had elbow macaroni,...
  • Polish baking tips stuffed with humor at library

    Polish baking tips stuffed with humor at library
    A Polish baking demonstration at the Thursday evening took a comedic turn, as the Elmwood Park Public Library filled with laughter and sweet treats. Bogna Solak, owner of local chain Oak Mill Bakery, stopped by the library May 5 to share her tips on...
  • Easy Dinner Recipe: BLD's fresh vegetable salad

    Easy Dinner Recipe: BLD's fresh vegetable salad
    Because it's the time of year when a trip to your nearest farmers market is exactly the thing to make you forget about traffic, a long work week — or your taxes, which are due Wednesday — here's a terrific salad recipe from the folks at BLD....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Meatless Monday ideas for mushroom lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Meatless Monday ideas for mushroom lovers
    When you're looking for something to lend a little heft to the meal, you can't go wrong with mushrooms. Rich and earthy in flavor, they lend a nice depth and great texture to many a dish. And they make a great substitute for meat when you're looking for...
  • Eight things you should know before college

    Eight things you should know before college
    You’ve memorized your future university’s fight song, found a cool roommate and started buying dorm decor (and maybe a year’s supply of ramen). But what are you missing? Don’t forget about these eight life skills you should...
  • NWI pizza maker hand-tossed into World Pizza Championship

    NWI pizza maker hand-tossed into World Pizza Championship
    Peter Anderson considers himself a pizza expert. I consider myself a pizza junkie. It was inevitable we'd meet someday. Of course it would be at a pizza joint. Anderson owns Gelsosomo's Pizzeria in Crown Point, where he's been perfecting his pizza-...
  • Indian Motorcycle rolls into Lehigh Valley

    Indian Motorcycle rolls into Lehigh Valley
    Maybe you like the rush of traveling at high speeds with fresh air in your face. Perhaps you prefer the scent of real pine trees over that of a pine tree-shaped deodorizer. Or maybe, just maybe, you simply want to save space in your garage. Whatever...
  • Arroyo Grande's vintage village is toast of Central Coast

    Arroyo Grande's vintage village is toast of Central Coast
    Nestled on both sides of Highway 101 just south of Pismo Beach, Arroyo Grande, or A.G. as it's known locally, would be just another town were it not for three blocks of turn-of-the-20th-century charm on East Branch Street — the historic Village of...
  • Mother's Day: Was your mom a good cook?

    Mother's Day: Was your mom a good cook?
    Was your mom a good cook? Who can remember? In the last five years of her life, as she moved from her late 80s into her early 90s, as her mobility and memory continued to decline, my mother strayed down a path of no return: retirement community meals,...