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Q: There was a restaurant called Danilo's in the area of Grand and Milwaukee. They've been closed for about 8 years. They had a terrific item on the menu known as Italian-style pepper steak. Hoping that you may have been familiar with the location and...
It is kind-of spring already and a sure sign of it is the clanging bells from our drawbridges in the downtown river area. While it looks magnificent to watch them go up and down, it seems it is only happening at the height of noon hour traffic. I am...
A calamari taco with cilantro-lime relish would never replace a Chicago-style hot dog. We wouldn't dream of swapping a drippy Italian beef for a gruyere grilled cheese. We'll always crave deep dish pizza. But Chicago continues to miss out on the...
We wanted to make you aware of a special half-off Trib Nation discount that will work for four upcoming career-focused TribU classes -- on researching the decision to get an MBA; on more effective workplace conversations; on better time management; and on...
Every time we witness some mass anti-social criminal activity, like the most recent on Michigan Avenue, we always have somebody who says that we have to do more for these poor children. How about we discipline them. How about we hold them responsible...
Tags: Punishment, Illinois Governor
We're about to begin a remarkably lively jazz weekend, even by Chicago standards. Among the highlights: The Engines: This enterprising ensemble has been offering a stylistically free-ranging music for nearly a decade, but this weekend's engagement...
Tags: Culture, Howard Reich, Green Mill (club), Hyde Park, Concerts
The practical challenges of a small modern dance company are ever formidable: a struggle to finance productions and attract an often elusive audience. Whining gets you nowhere, while action talks. In that vein, four venerable Chicago companies have come...
Q: Since milk and cream are ultra-pasteurized I am having a hard time making ricotta and Greek cheese. Do you have any suggestions or do you know where I can purchase pasteurized (not ultra) milk or cream? I know raw milk is not sold in the U.S. I hope...
For decades Chicago journalists' post-work watering hole of choice has been the Billy Goat Tavern, with its three beers on tap ($3.50 Schlitz and Billy Goat Dark and Lager) and $3.15 cheeseburgers just a dark stairway's descent from the Magnificent Mile's...
In 1972, Jim Reynolds was less than two months shy of graduating from Chicago Vocational High School, with plans of becoming a television repairman. Raised in Englewood on the city's South Side, he had been studying the trade for two years when his...
Penthouses are increasingly defining the Chicago skyline as developers tap into a niche market for luxury residential properties and savvy buyers and renters see an opportunity to elevate their lifestyles. Buyers pay a premium for those lofty perches,...
Q: Can you please tell me the difference between powdered vanilla and liquid vanilla. Is one stronger? Can you only use the powdered for cooking? I ruined a "no cook" icing recipe using the powdered form and have been afraid to use it ever since. Also are...
Tags: Mexico, Bill Daley, Madagascar, Vanilla, Vanilla Bean
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