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Lincoln ParkI beg to differ with this literal translation, unless it's a GOOD kind of devil! Maybe it's a sneaky devil in the oven who enhances the flavor of every meal with his firey spirit? This quaint Italian restaurant with a sizeable patio is practically...
Tribune criticOne is tempted to view 10-week-old Nightwood in terms of 10-year-old Lula, the now-legendary Logan Square restaurant to which Nightwood is the long-awaited sequel. But that might be a disservice to both restaurants. Lula was a process; Nightwood was a...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the Dining@Large blog: I was on vacation -- not Atkins. While visiting my parents in Connecticut last week, my husband and I took an overnight trip to Boston with our kids, one of my sisters, and her two children. We did enough carbo-loading there...
Peas are an ancient vegetable that most of us grew up dumping from a can or a freezer bag, or taking from the pantry in the form of dried split peas. Shelling peas by hand, it seemed, was too much work. But the flavor of fresh peas rewards those who take...
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What does it take to remain standing for two decades as a neighborhood restaurant? Well, presumably you have the top three keys — location, location, location — covered if you're actually in the neighborhood. But what if your neighborhood is...
French 75 is becoming seriously French again. It was on its way when Dave Shofner became the chef but now with the collaboration of master chef Pascal Olhats, it has arrived, along with a recession-busting $10 entrée menu called "The Perfect 10." We've...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Appetizers, Shrimp, Potatoes, Game
"Level, a small plates lounge" is the formal name of a terrific little restaurant in the heart of Annapolis. Open since October 2009, Level hasn't been exactly languishing in obscurity; multiple awards and commendations have come its way, and it's earned...
Jacket CopyChef, cookbook author and restaurateur Thomas Keller talks about the French Laundry, cookbook writing and why he measures success in memories....
Best reason to go: Fresh pasta that gets to the table before the kids finish their coloring sheets, and a meal for four that doesn't break the piggybank. Plus, there's a grocery store in the same shopping plaza as Yes, Pasta!, so you can multitask—...
With the barrage of notices about new restaurants coming from all sides, sometimes a worthy older one slips through the cracks without a full review. When it opened 3 years ago, I did my due diligence and went to Amarone, the tiny 40-seat Italian on...
Tags: Restaurants, Olives, Asparagus, Alcoholic Beverages, Beets
Jean Doyle of Groton lost some recipes in a recent move. "One was for Arroz con Pollo done in a crock pot with tomato paste and green olive." Lotte Hershfield of West Hartford sent in the following, which she found in her old Rival Crockpot Recipe book....
WGN NewsDavid Burkes Primehouse 616 North Rush Street Chicago www.davidburkesprimehouse.com To read more about the restaurant: metromix.com "Baked Potato" Gnocchi Ingredients: 2 oz braised bacon, medium dice 3/4 oz BBQ sauce 2 oz cream sauce 1 oz chive puree 1...
Tags: Salt, Bacon, Butter, Baked Potatoes, Onions
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