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  • Diabetes Quick Fix: Fish Soup (Zuppa Di Pesce) with Romaine and Bean Salad

    Fish Soup (Zuppa di Pesce) is a perfect soup to brighten any table. Every coastal town in Italy has its own fish soup based on the types of fish found in that area. This is an aromatic soup that is a meal in itself. For this quick meal, one type of fish...
  • Italian wines bring tempering acidity to pasta dish

    Italian wines bring tempering acidity to pasta dish
    The history of classic food and wine pairings is classic chicken-and-egg. Which came first, for instance, the Muscadet or the oyster? No matter, really; suffice it to see that they grew up together. This pasta dish is like so many that we call Italian,...
  • Comings and goings: Bakery to open cafe

    Comings and goings: Bakery to open cafe
    Creative Cakes opens Sisters Beth Fahey and Becky Palermo, who've operated Creative Cakes for 22 years in Tinley Park, can hardly wait for their newest venture to open. They just moved the bakery from 16649 S. Oak Park Ave. into new space inside...
  • 'Game of Thrones' recap: The Purple Wedding gives viewers a satisfying kill

     'Game of Thrones' recap: The Purple Wedding gives viewers a satisfying kill
    It’s just not safe to get married in Westeros these days. Ever since he ordered the beheading of the heroic Ned Stark in the first season of “Game of Thrones,” viewers have been patiently waiting for the insufferable boy-king Joffrey...
  • Wine drinking at Taps to benefit United Arts

    Fundraising doesn't get much more painless than "Toast to the Arts," the latest fundraising campaign for United Arts of Central Florida. In a new partnership with Taps Restuarant Bar & Lounge, $2 from each sale of select glasses of wine will be donated to...
  • Heritage pork, Tablas Creek wines, this is no ordinary wine dinner

    Heritage pork, Tablas Creek wines, this is no ordinary wine dinner
    Wine dinners come and go. Some are fabulous. Some are lame. But here’s one that seems destined for the fabulous category, a collaboration between the Culver City gastropub Waterloo & City and the French-accented Central Coast winery Tablas Creek...
  • Recipe: Rosemary-crusted porterhouse steaks with red wine sauce

    Recipe: Rosemary-crusted porterhouse steaks with red wine sauce
    Rosemary-crusted porterhouse steaks with red wine sauce Total time: About 1 hour Servings: 4 Note: Adapted from "Weber's Charcoal Grilling" by Jamie Purviance. Red wine sauce 2 cups low-sodium beef stock 1 cup dry red wine 1/2 cup ketchup 1/4...
  • Authors R-Z

     - Return to other listings Ron Rapoport Ron Rapoport was a sports columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times and a sports commentator on NPR’s “Weekend Edition Saturday.” His most recent book is “From Black Sox to Three-Peats.”...
  • Pine & Crane for when you crave beef rolls and 'three cup chicken' in Silver Lake

    Pine & Crane for when you crave beef rolls and 'three cup chicken' in Silver Lake
    Name of restaurant: Pine & Crane Noodle Co. Chef: Chef-owner Vivian Ku and "old school" Taiwanese chef Allan Lai. What dish represents the restaurant and why? "Three cup chicken" (sanbeiji). It's a chicken dish that's a specialty of Ningdu in the...
  • Santa Barbara Public Market opens to big crowds

    Santa Barbara Public Market opens to big crowds
    At the corner of West Victoria and Chapala streets, the Santa Barbara Public Market opened its doors over the weekend. The already bustling market was filled with locals shopping for organic produce, cheese, meats and baked goods, while others were...
  • How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic

    How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic
    Jared Wentworth remembers the day that Jean-Luc Naret, director of the Michelin Guide, strolled into his restaurant — anonymously. "He didn't give his real name," says the chef of Longman & Eagle in Logan Square. "But we get a pretty local crowd,...