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Tribune criticThe blogosphere and even some print publications are buzzing with speculation as to who might become the next White House chef. Which, in itself, demonstrates how the pre-inauguration excitement over this administration is unlike any in memory. Can...
Chicago Tribune criticChicagoans are thirsty. Whether it's an $8 glass of 2006 Brooks Riesling from Oregon raised in a toast at Webster's Wine Bar in Lincoln Park, a $15 bottle of French ros� named the "Pink Criquet" and tossed back on an Oak Park porch, or a $2,125 bottle...
Tribune criticClassic Chicago-style hot dogs are legendary, with their all-beef snappiness, poppy seed buns, neon-green relish and racy little sport peppers. It's the summertime nosh of choice for many, residents and visitors alike. But there are times a classic...
Tags: Recipes, Dining and Drinking, Restaurants, Feta Cheese, Hot Dogs
Special to the TribuneA casual conversation between Patricia Henderson and her two sons, about haphazardly organized plastic bags used to clean up after their dog, led Henderson to invent Poopy Pickups. Henderson had the idea--a supply of high-quality, easily dispensable...
Times Staff WriterWhen I heard about a new barbecue place in Sherman Oaks called Boneyard Bistro, I had to check it out just because of the name. Since it had been open only just over a week, I didn't bother to make a reservation. How busy could it be after 8 on a...
Tribune staff reporterOnce the hog butcher for the world, Chicago could become a foie gras-free zone if the City Council adopts a proposal to ban the fancy liver dish made by force-feeding ducks or geese. Such a change would have a limited effect on Chicago and the state as a...
Times Staff WriterA bite of sweet ivory-pink shrimp with a slice of dried chorizo and a dab of dusky olive paste — it does exactly what it's supposed to do, amuse. A gift from the chef, it's like a bright flurry of trumpet notes announcing the beginning of the meal...
Tags: Nebraska, Breast, Alcoholic Beverages, Restaurants, Mussels
Times Staff WriterIn the years BC — before Cimarusti — Water Grill was just another expensive fish restaurant. It was Michael Cimarusti who turned the downtown seafood house into one of the best restaurants in all of Southern California. So when he left last...
A few weeks ago when we ran insider profiles on the best of eight great American cities, we intentionally left out Chicago because it wasn't "travel" for those of us who live here. OK, OK. ... we've reconsidered--and turned to one of our own as the "local...
2000 Rick Bayless, Frontera Grill/Topolobampo, Phyllis Bowen, University of Illinois, Sebastien Canonne and Jacquy Pfeiffer, French Pastry School, Christian De Vos, Kendall College, John Hall, Goose Island Brewery, Dr. John L. Puma, CHEF Clinic, Bruce...
Times Staff WriterSo help me, the guys at the table next to us look like a sitcom waiting to happen: an exuberant bunch of four chowing down on a full rack of St. Louis-style spare ribs, talking sports and life between bites. A normal enough scene, except that every few...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOver lunch the other day a friend mentioned how hard it is to plan a menu for a dinner party anymore with all the food scares and scary diets loose in the land. "You can't serve salmon, you can't serve beef, you can't serve pasta," she said. "Rabbit is...
Tags: Maytag Corp., Butter, Los Angeles Times, Leeks, Salads
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