One seven-year-old cow. Six chefs. Six dishes.
Also, the list of Beard Award semifinalists is full of Chicagoans.
Also, former CPD superintendent Garry McCarthy says Black Lives Matter is causing an increase in violent crime.
The upcoming food-centric conference features parties, meals, panel discussions, and chef demos.
Mike Sula reviews—and recommends—Monteverde Restaurant & Pastificio.
Challenged to create a dish with bottarga, Yagihashi serves the cured fish roe over noodles.
Challenged to create a dish with salt cod, Spiaggia chef Tony Mantuano buries it in truffles.
Chicago’s original fine-dining Italian restaurant is spruced up for another 15 years.
The James Beard Foundation Awards announcements yesterday showed a scene that’s strong on one side, not very strong on the other.
This year’s James Beard Awards short list gets Chicago pretty well.
Azzura EnoTavola offers simple, soulful Italian food from the folks behind Anteprima and Bar Ombra.
Events in the coming week
Blackbird’s history, chefs doing street food in a building, and more
Chipotle wants to show you it’s serious about sustainability, but online TV series Food Revolution Chicago seems to have joined the mainstream.
In this week’s Food & Drink: Bavette’s Bar & Boeuf, Cocktail Challenge yellow mustard, and new reviews of Bar Umbriago, Hash House A Go Go, Piccolo Sogno Due, and more