Historic Spirits: Preserving the Past and Connecting to the Present with Journeyman Distillery & the Field Museum
The dazzling 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition brought 27 million people to Chicago which was no small feat given that the first gas powered automobile is credited to Karl Benz […]
“Every state or every little city or little town has different recipes that are important to the people there.”
After 20 Years, Bruce Sherman Turning Over Kitchen to Chef de Cuisine Tim Vidrio. Since taking over what was a casual park café in 1999, Sherman has been the only […]
Soul: A Chef’s Culinary Evolution in 150 Recipes by Todd Richards won the IACP award for Best Cookbook in America of 2019. It is indeed a soul food cookbook, but the recipes are sophisticated, taking this type of cooking in a different direction than is traditional.
Want a dinner that tastes like Saturday night when you’ve had all day to putter around in the kitchen on a Wednesday? Don’t despair. Sarah Copeland has a new cookbook that’s just right for you.
“If you’ve got some stuff in your pantry, let me show you the possibilities of what to do with it,” says Marissa McClellan, author of The Food in Jars Kitchen: […]
Elizabeth Minchilli, who has lived in Italy for a quarter of a century, has created a way for all of us to experience certain special food events that comprise the […]
The largest marketplace of all things doing with Italian edibles in the U.S., the 63,000-square-foot Eataly in Chicago is a mecca for food lovers, a vast space crowded with a […]
Open House Chicago (OHC), now in its eighth year, is for anyone who has ever walked past a building, questioning what it was like inside, wanted to investigate a neighborhood […]