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  • Crown Tap and Best Intentions are dive bars no more

    Earlier this year, Marble and Crown Tap Room, two beloved dive bars in adjacent northwest-side neighborhoods, closed their doors to loyal customers to make improvements that would help them better fulfill the desires o...

    Wednesday, July 29, 2015
  • Chicago Sun-Times: Bruno's Quick Bites
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    Chicago Tribune: The Stew
    Grub Street Chicago
  • How The Food System May Be The Answer To The Food System

    A couple of years ago we made a film with Mark Mendez, then chef of Carnivale, about the problems of trying to buy directly from farmers when you're an operation the size of, well, Carnivale. Mendez may have left Carnivale for his own Vera, but th...

    Tuesday, May 21, 2013
  • Savory Chicago
    TimeOut Chicago: Consume Blog
    312 Dining Diva
  • I'm Outta Here!

    Hey, this isn't really goodbye. It's more like farewell from blogspot. It had gotten to a point where I found this space a bit constraining for what I really wanted to do, plus I couldn't connect directly with you.Also: I've been incredibly busy w...

    Tuesday, November 11, 2014
  • Best of the Best Food Wine Chicago
  • Taste of Chicago with Chef Tong

    My Private Chef Appears at Taste of Chicago/in the Kitchen with Mariano’s Chef Christopher Tong, one of Chicagoland’s most accomplished chefs and a favorite of Taste of Chicago will appear again this year “In the Kitchen with Mariano&#...

    Friday, July 10, 2015
  • Bunny and Brandy
  • Subscrybe App in Logan Square Part 2

    A few weeks ago, Brandy discovered some of the joys of Logan Square with help from the Subscrybe App and had such fun doing it, that she simply had to return for another culinary tour of the neighborhood.  This time, she brought along Starr, ...

    Friday, July 31, 2015
  • Butter & Yolk
  • A First Birthday, Many Thank You’s

    A handful of people have asked me questions like, “How did you know you wanted to be a mother?” or “Did you always know you wanted to have kids?” since Olive was born.   Not sure I can say how I knew, but the truth is I hav...

    Wednesday, March 11, 2015
  • Camille's Dish
  • Azzurra- Italian-Style Brunch in Wicker Park

    This is my kinda brunch.  Lots of egg dishes packed with interesting ingredients.  AND these guys make a ton of stuff in house like the guanciale for Amatriciana with poached eggs, biscotti for... Yeah... there's way more deliciousness on my ...

    Sunday, February 2, 2014
  • Caviar & Cookies
  • Doc B’s: Pairings Done Right

    Doc B’s Fresh Kitchen…Where to start? This place is full of flavor sourced from some great local and national spots. The ingredients are fresh, and the portions are huge! I recently went to their first beer dinner, and I highly recommend signing u...

    Tuesday, February 4, 2014
  • Chicago Bites
  • Round 3: Beer & Hockey

    I’m on my quest to try a new craft beer for every Blackhawks game. Reporting will be a six-pack at a time, and will include a new-to-me brew on game day. Have a recommendation? Please share! How’s going? I may need to take a page out of Coach Q&#8...

    Thursday, November 20, 2014
  • Chicago Food Whores
  • Beer snobs, food snobs: We’ve found you a new home at Villains.

    We’ve known for a long time the Printer’s Row and South Loop neighborhoods were undergoing a transformation.  The resurrection of Villains Chicago is physical evidence of the New World, and as a local myself, I couldn’t be proude...

    Thursday, July 30, 2015
  • Chicago Foodie Girl
  • Jodi's Italian Ice Factory

    Earlier this year, a small family-run business in Northwest Indiana contacted Diana and me via Instagram to invite us down for a tasting of their Italian ice. They explained that they had been around for just under a year and while they were small...

    Wednesday, July 29, 2015
  • Chicago Foodies
  • Review– Catching Fire: How Cooking Made us Human

    Sunday, July 26, 2015
  • Cooking With Ideas
  • Wandering the Blogosphere . . . . Or is that Immersing Yourself in the Internet?

    Wandering is not a bad thing. Once in a while, it is a good thing. And, today you, dear readers, are the beneficiary of some wandering. A wandering mind? A wandering search engine? A wandering . . . . bibliochef....

    Saturday, March 28, 2015
  • CupCakes and CrabLegs
  • La Dolce Vida: Living the Sweet Life

    When was the last time you made puff pastry from scratch? I thought so. Me, too. Puff pastry is possibly one of the most labor-intensive things that you can make in the kitchen besides croissants but don’t tell that to Laura Buccehri who...

    Monday, July 27, 2015
  • DineWise Chicago
  • Prairie Grass Cafe to Host Dinner Featuring Recipes from New Green City Market Cookbook July 20

    TweetShare: Prairie Grass Cafe is hosting a special dinner featuring guest chefs and recipes from the new The Green City Market Cookbook, 6 p.m., Sunday, July 20, coinciding with the official cookbook launch. The cost for the Prairie Grass Cafe &#...

    Wednesday, June 25, 2014
  • Dining Chicago
  • The Dawson and Formento’s: Brunch Bites

    The Dawson and Formento’s: Brunch Bites   In this week’s batch of brunch bites, The Dawson continues its monthly Market Mary series and Formento’s adds to the West Loop’s red-hot brunch scene.   In May, The Dawson...

    Thursday, July 30, 2015

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