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  • 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...
  • ONE FOR THE TABLE: Patricia Wells' 'French Kitchen Cookbook,' a review

    ONE FOR THE TABLE: Patricia Wells' 'French Kitchen Cookbook,' a review
    By Susan Russo for Oneforthetable.com Two weeks residing in an 18th-century Provencal farmhouse owned by a world-renown cookbook author and former restaurant critic who enthusiastically teaches you to how to cook, enjoy fine wine, and find satisfaction...
  • A reprise run for Julia Child play 'To Master the Art'

    A reprise run for Julia Child play 'To Master the Art'
    "To Master the Art," William Brown and Doug Frew's biographical drama about the life and work of the famed culinary icon Julia Child, is to have a reprise commercial engagement at the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago this fall. The piece, which stars Karen...
  • Liar liar, officepants on fire

    Liar liar, officepants on fire
    That's a good point! (No it isn't.) I'd be happy to join the team! (I'd rather be eaten by wart hogs.) Your cake is delicious! (Thanks for the food poisoning, Julia Child.) These are but a few examples of the lies we tell at work. Most aren't...
  • Honor freedom with a beer can, chicken

    Honor freedom with a beer can, chicken
    Nothing quite says 4th of July -- and American independence from unreasonable taxation and those intrusive federal regulations -- like a chicken with a beer can stuck up its behind, roasting silently over wood charcoal. Nothing. Cynics may call it a...
  • 'Julie & Julia' recalls blogging's simpler times

    'Julie & Julia' recalls blogging's simpler times
    The new film Julie & Julia is more than a look at two women, separated by half a century, who both find joy in cooking the same French recipes. It made me hunger for the days when blogging was pure. The movie, which has been called the first major...
  • Big Snow means Big Slow — a good thing

    Maybe you've shoveled too much snow by now, or tried to walk or drive down too many clogged side streets by now -- or worried too much about three feet of snow on your flat roof by now -- to appreciate the pace-reducing power of a big storm. But I still...
  • Food FYI: On the menu -- rat meat

     
    Food FYI: On the menu -- rat meat...
  • Movie Projector: 'Apes' likely to swing higher than 'The Help'

     
    Four new films open in theaters this weekend -- "The Help," horror sequel "Final Destination 5," R-rated comedy "30 Minutes or Less" and "Glee: The 3-D Concert Movie" -- but it's unlikely any of them will be able to end the box office reign of "Planet...
  • Box Office: 'Apes' reigns again, but 'The Help' has solid debut [Updated]

     
    Four new, diverse films debuted in theaters this weekend, but none were able to stop the ascent of "Rise of the Planet of the Apes," which dominated the box office for the second consecutive weekend. After getting off to a......
  • A week of food on 'Fresh Air'

     
    National Public Radio's "Fresh Air" is devoting this week to the topic of food....