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Reviews from Chicago reviewers including Pasteur, Bar Ombra and more.
Midwestern chefs cook together in Chicago.
Some of the region's best chefs will congregate in Chicago.
With the threat of torrential thunderstorms looming overhead all weekend, everyone worried that Chicago Gourmet would get washed out this year. (We, on the other hand, hoped for a chef led mudslide to compete with the ones at Lollapalooza.) Instead,...
"They take 24 carrots and juice half of them, and then they cook the rest in the juice, so it’s a very intense and concentrated flavor."
Jacob Sessoms of Table in Asheville, North Carolina, Is Inspired by the Farm Egg at Chicago’s North Pond
"I think what opened my mind up when I ate it was, most importantly, that I could start making my own English muffins."
For some, Steve Plotnicki is a fearsomely informed, fearlessly outspoken high end foodie whose site Opinionated About and now book encapsulate some of the best non-professional food writing and insight about fine dining. For others online, Plotnicki has a uniquely...
"Local beer made it all unforgettable."
The national charity will help raise money for people along the Gulf of Mexico.
A creative beet salad impresses a California chef.
Plus: Eve drops its lunch menu and Atrium Wine Bar announces a new Napa Valley wine dinner.
The best chef award for the Great Lake region features four Chicago chefs.
Plus: North Pond unveils their spring menu, and Adam Segar mixes things up with Vie.
Tipped off by a tenuous connection in a Reader article, the Feds go after Rick Bayless and Bruce Sherman.
The Alinea chef tells the James Beard Blog where he likes to eat around town.
For the fourth year in a row, someone has swiped Bruce Sherman's rhubarb.