Artists, writers, musicians, academics, activists, and politicians—even Rahm!—weigh in on the new administration: the threats, the fears, the absurdity.
A year of dining out and cooking yielded something uniquely delicious nearly every other day.
There are a few reasons why midwesterners find it difficult to describe the region’s food.
Go green with this veggie-centric stew from the Chicago chef’s collection of southern specialties.
Big Jones Cookbook has a release party, the Reader sponsors a Lake FX panel on local food, and other events happening soon.
Chicago’s Good Food Festival hold its 11th annual open house and conference aimed at connecting food producers with consumers and business contacts.
Black Earth Meats is still raising money, Bolzano is teaching charcuterie, and other follow-ups to stories from the past year.
The chef of Big Jones on his upcoming cookbook, and how he started serving brunch because he hated brunch
The chef of Big Jones on two cookbook projects about southern and midwestern cuisine
This year’s James Beard Awards short list gets Chicago pretty well.
Authors Michael Ruhlman and Lolis Eric Elie come to town for special dinners, while Paul Kahan and Matthias Merges raise money for teaching kids about food.
The humble banh mi sandwich extends its reach.
Mark Steuer plays with low-country food at Carriage House
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, June 25, 2012
Modernist dining and daring cocktails at Andersonville’s Premise