North Pond chef Bruce Sherman talks about the way chefs and farmers interact at the Green City Market as new green things from spring get ready to appear.
North Pond bartender Justin Fox crafts a “complete coriander experience,” from ice to garnish.
Eataly scouts locations, Hot Chocolate, reboots, reporters infiltrate Blommer, and more
Chicago nominees for the 2012 James Beard Foundation Awards were announced yesterday.
The Good Food Festival, a curling and lasagna event, Saint Patrick’s Day specials, and more.
In this week’s Food & Drink: GT Fish & Oyster, Hot Doug takes on chicken feet for Key Ingredient, Cocktail Challenge seaweed, raw milk farmstead cheese, and more
Shadows on the Gulf: A Journey Through Our Last Great Wetland, the latest from Beard-award-winning writer Rowan Jacobsen (A Geography of Oysters), was released last week, and in its honor chef Bruce Sherman of North Pond (2610 N. Cannon, 773-477-5845, northpondrestaurant.com) is hosting a five-course dinner and discussion on Wednesday, May 18, at 6:30 PM. […]
Julia Thiel, Mike Gebert, and a host of Chicago chefs, restaurateurs, and restaurants picked up nominations today for the annual James Beard awards, aka the “Oscars of the food world.”
A candy lecture, a seafood dinner, a mezcal tasting, and more.
Street parties, beer festivals, a foie gras celebration, and more.
Chicago highlights from last night’s Beard awards.
Semifinalists for the James Beard Awards have been announced, and just like in spring, some perennials pop up.
Someone raided Frontera today and plans to visit North Pond—all because of a mention in our story about underground sausage makers, whom those chefs do not patronize.
There’s a whole mess of Chicago Beard nominations.
Pix from the first Green City Market of the season.