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  • Restaurants celebrate Women's History Month with specials

    Restaurants celebrate Women's History Month with specials
    Francesca's Restaurant Group is celebrating Women's History Month with menu items honoring inspiring females. Davanti Enoteca in River North (30 E. Hubbard St., 312-605-5900), Little Italy (1359 W. Taylor St., 312-226-5550) and Western Springs (800...
  • Titans collide in nominations for this year's IACP cookbook awards

    Titans collide in nominations for this year's IACP cookbook awards
    Rose Levy Beranbaum, Dorie Greenspan or Alice Medrich? Sean Brock, Yotam Ottolenghi or the folks from Tartine? The judges at the International Assn. of Culinary Professionals are sure going to have their hands full deciding at least a few of the 19...
  • Foodies have upcoming events to satisfy their tastes

    When it comes to our collective palates, it's not a white bread world anymore. It's more like a flaxseed/multigrain/no-preservative/artisan-style roll. However you slice it, it's clear that many of us have become foodies over the years. Everyone has...
  • Dorie Greenspan, 'Holiday Cookies' cookbook among IACP award finalists

    Dorie Greenspan, 'Holiday Cookies' cookbook among IACP award finalists
    The world loves cookies. "Holiday Cookies," the Chicago Tribune's compilation of more than 100 winning recipes from its annual cookie contest, is a finalist for the 2015 International Association of Culinary Professionals cookbook awards. The annual...
  • Kidstir kick-starts fun in the kitchen

    Kidstir kick-starts fun in the kitchen
    Kitchen projects involving sugar turn kids' heads instantly. Those involving meat and veggies? Not so fast. That's one reason Aparna Pande launched Kidstir last spring — to kick-start a healthy, lifelong relationship between kids and food. Each...
  • Opera series wraps with tasty treat

     Opera series wraps with tasty treat
    Food mixed with music can be a recipe for success. Governors State University's Center for Performing Arts in University Park will offer a food-themed show March 1 for the Opera Up Close series' fifth season finale. "The afternoon is basically built...
  • Richard Olney inspired hunger for local, seasonal cooking

     Richard Olney inspired hunger for local, seasonal cooking
    Richard Olney was an American living in France whose cookbooks, notably 1970's "The French Menu Cookbook" and 1974's "Simple French Food," would inspire the birth of what is now called California cuisine, and focus greater attention on the interplay of...
  • Surprising details about Chicago mayoral and City Council candidates

    Surprising details about Chicago mayoral and City Council candidates
    Please tell us something about yourself that would surprise us. That question has become something of a tradition here when the Editorial Board seeks out the views of candidates in each election cycle. We ask them what they think about the hot issues of...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'For Julia & Jacques'

    "Why is Andy Cohen the QuickFire judge this week?" That must be the question going through the minds of our remaining five chefs as they walk into the “Top Chef” kitchen. That is, if they even know who Andy Cohen is. We know Andy because...
  • Karen Hess: Food historian, caustic critic of American food

     Karen Hess: Food historian, caustic critic of American food
    Karen Hess brought a sharp eye for accuracy and passion for primary sources to culinary history, debunking erroneous if charming notions of what earlier Americans grew, cooked and ate. She was also known — some might say notoriously so — for...
  • 125 notable cookbooks highlighted in artful guide

     125 notable cookbooks highlighted in artful guide
    Cookbooks are more than books for hungry cooks is a point made delightfully clear in a new volume titled "Cookbook Book" (Phaidon, $59.95). Cookbooks can be art, cultural touchstones, life handbooks, flights of fancy, sociological tracts and self-...