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Dining@LargeIf, as Andrew Carnegie had it, the first man gets the oyster, the second man gets the shell, then don't be late to Woodberry Kitchen's oyster festival.The restaurant celebrates oyster season with an outdoor festival Sunday from 3 p.m. to......
Reality CheckHere's Kathryn with this week's take on The Bachelorette:This week there are three dates--two one-on-one dates and one group date--but not everyone will go on a date. On each date a rose is available. If the one-on-one date men do......
Reality CheckIt's Maryann with the next-to-last recap of the Top Chef season, and I'm excited. (Me, too! Hi, Mary here, in italics.) We're in the home stretch, home skillets, and to top it off, we're in New Orleans! Pass the gumbo,......
Dining@LargeThat Owl Meat. He gets me every time. I am a parent, and I started off well, breast feeding and then making my own baby food. But one day I found Gailor and myself on the front steps eating Fritos......
Dining@LargeWhen the Sun sent me down to Ocean City recently to write a Bloggers at the Beach story for the Travel section, I didn't do any reviewing. I did, however, have dinner at Jules Restaurant. Its strip mall exterior doesn't......
Dining@LargeI'm not, but some people still are and are still commenting on an old post about where to get the Maison Marconi chopped salad recipe, which led to this joke from Bucky:Q: How many Baltimoreans does it take to screw......
Dining@LargeI was interested in the story about the latest studies on the calorie restriction diet that appeared in today's paper because I wrote about the diet three years ago for the Taste section. (Which seems an odd place for it,......
Tags: Health Organizations, Potatoes, Chicken Breast, Health, Tomatoes
There is no shortage of decent Mexican restaurants in the western suburbs, but far too many of them play down to their audiences, falling back on the standard Mexican and even Tex-Mex dishes that everybody prepares. Today we look at two west suburban...
Tags: Tomatoes, Wicker Park, Lobbying, Politics, Foods and Beverages
Adam Richman was the same charismatic guy’s guy Thursday in the Tribune Tower cafeteria that he was as host of Travel Channel’s “Man v. Food” — you just wouldn’t have known it at first. The burly Brooklyn native...
The Hartford CourantSo, on New Year's Eve Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra and spouse, his chief of staff Jared Kupiec and guest, two city cops, Chief Operating Officer Saundra Kee Borges, and an eighth person (Jay Gatsby, perhaps?) ran up a $700-plus tab at Max Downtown,...
Five years ago, I wrote that chef Stephanie Izard had "a fanaticism for balance that a Wallenda might envy." Two years ago, after Izard had emerged victorious in the fourth season of "Top Chef," I joked that she should get out of the restaurant business,...
New Orleans swings below sea level, a fact we are unable to grasp. Near sea level: nice. At sea level: charming. Below sea level: huh? Those easy afternoons ambling the cobblestone, scalding chicory-au-lait in hand, should, logically, have required...
Tags: Garlic, Oceans, Water, Butter, Bodies of Water
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