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  • Smart Cow

     
    World-traveling Shallow Thought Wednesday guru John Lindner is back -- and smarter than ever, thanks to all the red meat in his diet. Here's John. LVIs there anything as sweet as vindication? (I’m presuming total world domination skews savory.) When...
  • The kookiest food videos on You Tube

     
    For a rainy Thursday morning -- enjoy this new Epicurious roundup post of strange and amusing You Tube vidoes starring Christopher Walken, Julia Child, and the Swedish Chef. I really like this one, with Richard E. Grant, which Epicurious describes......
  • Author Rachel Bertsche attempts to live like a celebrity

    Author Rachel Bertsche attempts to live like a celebrity
    The front door stood wide open and Rachel Bertsche could be seen from the street, zooming through the foyer of her Lincoln Park townhouse, a peach Lululemon blur in black tights. I stepped tentatively inside the doorway and reconsidered immediately:...
  • Was James Beard the Jolly Green Giant?

    Was James Beard the Jolly Green Giant?
    Q: I really did enjoy everyone celebrating Julia Child's birthday. But, I do remember another chef that was on television before her, James Beard. I remember seeing his cooking shows and I guess there are no tapes or films that were saved, or maybe...
  • Cracking egg cookery

    Cracking egg cookery
    Q: What's the perfect way to boil eggs? I've tried every tip out there, it seems. Each one promises perfectly boiled eggs that can be shelled easily. —Lorna Lim Wong, Chicago A: A great question from a former Tribune colleague – one...
  • Egg poached from online

    Egg poached from online
    Julia Child offered to teach me to poach an egg. And I declined. I had my reasons; I was in labor. But I regret the opportunity missed. I know how it's supposed to work: the steaming water, the splash of vinegar, the swirling vortex. Nonetheless, I...
  • Go red, white or rosť

    Go red, white or rosé
    July 14 is Bastille Day in France, and it truly is, as the French call it, "La Fete Nationale." The celebration marks the day in 1789 when angry mobs stormed the notorious Bastille prison in Paris and symbolizes the start of the French Revolution....
  • Taste of fall: Roasted mushrooms and Lambrusco secco

     Taste of fall: Roasted mushrooms and Lambrusco secco
    Q: Can you recommend an autumn appetizer and drink pairing? A: Even though summer has not quite ended, I'm already mourning the end of tomato season and the sheer bounty of produce available at the market. But the beauty of the Hudson Valley is its...
  • You too can become a modern-day foodie

    Right now, Mr. Average Food Consumer, you are probably asking yourself in between bites of your Moon Pie: Who are these "foodies" I keep hearing about? An excellent question, which we here at the Get Serious! Culinary Institute of Discriminating Dining,...
  • Nancy Silverton, taste maker

    Nancy Silverton, taste maker
    The last time an Angeleno won the James Beard Foundation's outstanding chef award — a very big deal — it was 1998, smoking had just been banned in the state's restaurants, and Wolfgang Puck was the awardee. This year, a woman who once was...
  • Woditsch remains the key ingredient in play about Julia Child

     Woditsch remains the key ingredient in play about Julia Child
    Tuesday night's Magnificent Mile opening — or rather re-heating — of the TimeLine Theatre Company's production of "To Master the Art" was, for a number of reasons, quite the celebratory brioche. Here was a cooked-in-Chicago play about the...