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Bar Sotano’s chef de cuisine launches a line of toasty, nutty, Mexican chili oils.
The company’s leadership discusses how to create community in times of COVID.
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A phone call to PolyScience in Niles resulted in the popularization of immersion circulators in restaurant kitchens.
The Frontera Grill chef went whole hog for charity.
Also, Chicago police used a Trump Hotel conference room during the Women’s March.
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Everything that’s free at the annual fest (except Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Al Franken)
Also, the city removed 12 red-light cameras after a study showed they were not preventing crashes.
The Quiote chef says the restaurateur and Mexico: One Plate at a Time host helped him fall in love with Mexican food.
Also, an analysis of how the “Laquan effect” has changed Chicago.
Also, an 18,000-square-foot Rolling Stones exhibit will open at Navy Pier in April.
Also, Obama’s endorsement has been lucrative for alderman Sophia King’s reelection campaign.
The Uptown restaurant doesn’t just dabble in the cuisine of the southwestern Mexican state.