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  • Rick Bayless

     Rick Bayless
    What do you think of when you think of Chicago? Neighborhoods and good food. Home. Who is an author you'd like to meet, dead or alive? Since I am a cookbook writer, I have met Julia Child, and would love to see her again. What's the worst question...
  • Jean Stapleton was the sum of many parts: An appreciation

    Jean Stapleton was the sum of many parts: An appreciation
    Jean Stapleton, who died Friday at the age of 90, was 48 when she became famous as Edith Bunker in "All in the Family." By the time that landmark sitcom premiered in 1971, she had been acting for 30 years on the stage, in movies and on television,...
  • Jean Stapleton, beyond Edith Bunker: a devoted theater actress

    Jean Stapleton, beyond Edith Bunker: a devoted theater actress
    Before her caterwauling duet of "Those Were the Days" with Carroll O'Connor became a signature moment of CBS' "All in the Family," actress Jean Stapleton had already sung her way through a number of now-classic stage musicals in her career as a New York...
  • 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...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Still 'As Is' after 30+ years

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Still 'As Is' after 30+ years
    Dizz's As Is has been around since 1977, and that kind of longevity for a restaurant indicates it has been doing something very right, for a very long time. Upon entering this cottage-like building, you feel as if you have been transported into the...
  • Audiobooks: 'Andrew's Brain' by E.L. Doctorow and more

    Audiobooks: 'Andrew's Brain' by E.L. Doctorow and more
    Shotgun Lovesongs by Nickolas Butler, narrated by Scott Shepherd, Ari Fliakos, Maggie Hoffman, Scott Sowers and Gary Wilmes, Macmillan, 9:58, $27.99 The South may be known for great storytelling, but Nickolas Butler ups the ante for the Great Lakes with...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: A flashback to when French was king

    The Gossiping Gourmet: A flashback to when French was king
    Are you old enough to remember when French cuisine came to the United States and set the standard for fine dining? Home cooks across America were loyally watching Julia Child and rushing to buy her cookbooks, while a plethora of French eateries from...
  • Cookbooks and wine guides for holiday gift-giving

    Cookbooks and wine guides for holiday gift-giving
    Whether the cook on your holiday gift list is interested in reading about family and food in Soviet Russia or the preparation of classic French dishes such as jambon au foin ("ham in hay"), baking pies or making authentic pasta carbonara, this fall has...
  • Dining Out: Sweetsalt might just prove good for your health

    Dining Out: Sweetsalt might just prove good for your health
    Looking like a fine boulangerie in southern France, Sweetsalt Food Shop is a study in white marble, pewter, vintage silverware and cafe tables. The front window is filled with footed plates piled high with beautiful macarons, bars, bundt cakes and pies....
  • Check It Out: From the blog to the bookshelf

    Social media have created ways for people to interact to share, communicate or exchange information. Twitter, with its 140-character-or-less tweets, allows one to post questions or comments. Instagram's users can use digital filters to post videos and...
  • Anya Von Bremzen on her memoir of eating behind the Iron Curtain

    Anya Von Bremzen on her memoir of eating behind the Iron Curtain
    Anya Von Bremzen makes her living writing about some of the most wondrous food in the world. It’s a remarkable career for a woman born in 1963 Moscow, an era of bread lines and making do. Her new book, “Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking: A...