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I've been meaning to review Beverly Kim's food ever since September's Chicago Gourmet. I was mightily impressed with her contribution to the food festival: a seafood panna cotta topped with mango gelee and a pair of chilled mussels. Kim further boosted...
With the onset of spring comes fresh, new ingredients as the ground awakens from winter and gets ready for the summer harvest. By incorporating skim milk, chicken base (found in 1 pound tub of concentrated chicken in powder or solid form) and...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Tomatoes, Pasta, Recipes, Milk
Everyone's Irish on St. Patrick's Day, especially with these dining and beverage specials. Here's a sampling of what local restaurants are offering for the holiday. A St. Patrick's Day prix-fixe at Max Fish, 110 Glastonbury Boulevard, Glastonbury,...
Tags: Irish Soda Bread, Cabbage, Pies and Tarts, Shamrock, New Britain
Frozen spheres of cheese. Ham-wrapped baguettes containing exactly nothing. An air-filled foam of carrot that still manages to taste like the most intense carrot you've ever eaten. Part museum exhibit, part history retrospective, Next's latest menu, El...
Q: My health club serve a terrific tomato mushroom soup. Supposedly it has only 65 calories. Wonder if you could get the recipe out of them, I couldn't!! It's Midtown Athletic Club in Bannockburn. —Susie Sigel, Highland Park A: I couldn't get...
Tags: Bill Daley, Google Inc., Mushrooms, Onions, Dried Mushrooms
This will probably be a quiet week in Holtville after the 10 days of Carrot Festival activities. Holtville’s Chamber of Commerce Manager Dana Hawk-Gularte and Mary Helen Dollente, handled things beautifully. The Soroptimist sponsored five-day...
As burning issues go in sports, the elimination of wrestling from the 2020 Olympics is a pilot light. What's more interesting is the strange politics and fractured logic that apparently still exist within the Olympic ruling body, the International...
People take a chance when they write about the old days. Chances are we will make a mistake, or two or three. Last week I wrote about the first Carrot Carnival in 1948. My friend Barbara Harrison called to remind me we entered Holtville High School as...
Holtville just celebrated another awesome Rib Cook-Off. The rain and mud did little to deter the thousands who attended. The Carrot Festival kicks off Friday with the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet at the Barbara Worth Resort. It will be followed by...
Given chef Curtis Duffy's curriculum vitae — his work at Alinea, the two Michelin stars awarded to Avenues restaurant on Duffy's watch — there really wasn't any question whether Grace, Duffy's first solo effort, would be good. Just how good....
Clearly, Jim Duncan's mother raised him to be polite. During a meeting in which residents of The Villages railed about Sumter Electric Cooperative's plan to install smart meters — they're a plot by the United Nations, you know — the chief...
After a 2012 season in which Next presented the ethereal flavors of El Bulli, the seafood-centric family food of Sicily and the infinite subtleties of Japanese kaiseki, chef Dave Beran and company are getting assertive in 2013. "The Hunt," Next's...
Tags: Chicago Tribune Columnists, Wines, Mushrooms, Bacon, Phil Vettel
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