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Tribune reporterSeveral months ago, Nick Kokonas hinted of a forthcoming digital cookbook from Next’s Paris 1906 menu, with a pay-what-you-want model. Now the finished product is a month from publication, and we know a few more details. Next is partnering...
WGN Feature ReporterFrankly Yours - a Schuamburg High School lunch institution. Nearly every day, I'd walk up to the counter with two bucks. "Dog and fries - KETCHUP ONLY." That's right. Not only would I order ketchup on a hot dog, I'd order NOTHING BUT KETCHUP. What did I...
5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Bill Moller in for Greg Jarrett 6:09 a.m. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood updates Bill Moller on the FAA negotiations. 6:39 a.m. Tribune report John Byrne was the only local reporter allowed inside the Aragon...
Tribune reporterIf there are any lingering doubts Chicago is a hot dog town, the Internet has put the debate to rest. The good folks at Google sent along some interesting data about search patterns for the term “hot dogs.” Their findings: 1) The term “...
Here’s a way to break the mood in a darkened theater: Pull out that smartphone and sent your instant review to a friend, or check your text messages. Tribune reporter Nina Metz examines the compulsions -- societal, psychological and even...
(Bill Daley co-wrote this story) Muddy shoes. That was about all the hundreds of revelers at Chicago Gourmet, the two-day food and wine festival at Millennium Park over the weekend, had to complain about. Efficiently-moving food lines and nine chef-...
Tags: Judges, Boka, Bill Daley, Blackbird, Justice System
No longer is Chicago just "the best place to eat between New York and San Francisco," but now it is endorsed by outsiders as one of the finest dining cities in the world. The Michelin Guide's entry into Chicago last November, plus Alinea's No. 6 ranking...
Tags: Alinea, Butter, Vie, Lifestyle and Leisure, Michelin Group
In this town, there’s a small group of us who call food writing our profession. And we're in a sort of race to discover the latest and best restaurants, then write about it first. What the Tribune realized was that when we focused only on what&...
Tribune reporterFive nights out of seven, I’m dining out for work, enjoyment, and to fulfill some sadomasochistic need. That averages to 25 plates of food to try every week. Sadly, the Tribune does not have enough newsprint to document all the great dishes I’...
Tags: Sprout, Salmon, Tortilla Soup, Bacon, Topolobampo
Tribune NewspapersHalloween candy is a nightmare only for nutritionists, dentists and those mothers who think raw carrot sticks and a UNICEF box are all one needs for trick or treating. So, what a relief when the Tribune’s Kevin Pang proposed a Ten @ 10 Halloween...
Tags: UNICEF, Holidays, Chicago Restaurants, Hong Kong, Landforms
Tribune NewspapersRunnin' down the road may be the Road Runner's idea of fun, but the classic American summer vacation road trip, even when pointed toward a beloved destination, can get long, tiresome and boring. What helps? The food along the way. We're talking here...
LUMMI ISLAND, Wash. — The cooks are assigned homework. Once a week, sometimes more, The Willows Inn chef Blaine Wetzel sends his five cooks to forage in the wild. One might be tasked with elderflowers and crab apple blossoms, his job to pluck 30...
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