From the weeds to the court.
We were just leafing through Time Out Chicago's annual food and drink guide at Whole Foods the other day, and looking at the interviews of chefs we already knew about, we couldn't suppress a slight feeling of... isn't there anyone...
One of the best-liked couples on the food scene is now a trio. Rob and Allison Levitt, formerly of Mado and presently owners of the city's coolest meat emporium, The Butcher & Larder, welcomed 6-pound 19-1/2" Avery Rose Levitt to...
The 'Voice' critic does have seventeen other favorites, though.
Where the chefs go during their nonexistent free time.
Janet Rausa Fuller at the Sun-Times fills us in on more about Homaro Cantu of Moto and iNG, and his interest in the miracle berry which figures in iNG's current flavor-tripping menu and cocktails. (The miracle berry, derived from an...
If you saw Michael Carlson in the Key Ingredient video we did at the Chicago Reader, you know that the heavy metal-lovin' chef of Schwa keeps up a steady patter of hilariously out-there comments as he cooks his Achatz-influenced molecular...
At least we have options.
Michael Eisner spotlights the Border Grill owners in his new book.
John Sola starts a Q&A blog for recipes and cooking tips.
Celebrate Bastille Day at Fairmount Avenue's historic Eastern State Penitentiary.
A roundup of the top eight talented local chefs who don't currently have restaurants.
The Orson and Poleng staffer is becoming exec chef at Poleng owner Danganan's new digs.
The last of the award finalists announced by the James Beard Foundation this morning.
"I used to watch the Food Network obsessively when I was a line cook and I'd get home at 2 in the morning."
The chef reappears as mysteriously as he disappeared