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5 - 6 a.m. The Saturday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. Orion checks in with Herb Teichman at Tree-Mendus Orchards in southwest Michigan to get an update on the orchard & grape crops. Herb says apples survived the April...
When did we start taking pictures of our food? Maybe a better question: When did we stop feeling self-conscious about the stares from other customers when using a camera in a restaurant? At what point did getting the right shot of our Chilean sea bass...
The first time I sunk my teeth into the pork kabobs at Siunik Armenian Grill, glistened in its rich semi-rendered fat, speckled with paprika-like dots of Aleppo peppers, it felt both welcomed and unfamiliar. Something seemed out of place, like discovering...
Tags: Tomatoes, Onions, Lifestyle and Leisure, Restaurants, Europe
Tribune reportersIn Chicago’s dining scene, there is Alinea, and there is everybody else. That’s the message being conveyed in the 2012 Michelin Guide Chicago, whose star ratings were announced Tuesday afternoon. Only Alinea, which also earned three stars...
Tags: Topolobampo, Schwa, Seasons Restaurant, Spiaggia, Restaurants
Tribune reporterOn the Facebook page of "The Butcher & Larder," the Noble Square butcher shop, owner Rob Levitt posted a link Wendesday to an article about Congress lifting the ban on funding horse-meat inspections. The implication was horses could once again be...
Tribune reporterPaul Kahan is the opposite of an enigma. He is easily explained. He is pleased by simple pleasures. He defines his life by four pillars: chef, record-store geek, husband, law-abiding citizen. Everything else is noise. In judgment, he renders halfway...
Tags: Health, Hamburgers, Science, Avec, Chili
Tribune reporterAndrew Brochu is the new chef at Graham Elliot’s flagship restaurant. Brochu’s hiring, which will be announced to staff this afternoon at the Gallery District restaurant, is the clearest sign yet Elliot is eschewing the playful, cheeky...
Blood: it's not just for vampires anymore! Because prepared properly — mostly by cooking out any strong off-putting tastes — blood is a versatile and delicious element in plenty (mostly ethnic) dishes. These five do it well. Black Pudding...
Truth be told, when we started on this story, there were questions as to whether we'd find enough variety out there. I mean, a breakfast sandwich is just a portable version of bacon and eggs with toast, right? Well, right. And yet, thanks to the...
Tags: Potatoes, Tomatoes, Hinduism, Bagels, Lifestyle and Leisure
WGN Feature ReporterReality televison is about to get a sprinkling of celery salt and X-rated language. The Wiener's Circle (2622 N. Clark) may be known for its hot dogs, but it's famous for the wild times employees have with late night customers. Co-owner Larry Gold...
5 - 5:30 a.m. The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter 5:30 - 6 a.m. Love Changes Life 6 - 6:30 a.m. The Lutheran Hour 6:30 - 9 a.m. The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan 7:10 a.m. Rick Kogan talks to Tribune food writer Kevin Pang about his newly...
Tribune reporterThe Jean Banchet Awards, the local Emmy's of the restaurant world, were announced in a lavish ceremony hosted by Steve Dolinsky and Alpana Singh at the Fairmont Hotel Friday night. The awards were part of the 15th annual Grand Chefs Gala. Chef Jimmy...
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