Visiting author to cut meat, talk.
Going home for the holidays can get tiresome pretty quickly. Kill some time with these Chicago food books.
Stephanie Izard to sign her cookbook at Jayson Home.
Gale Gand book signing at FOODease.
They'll chat about chefs' last meals on Earth.
Grant Achatz, Nick Konkonas, and the Next team release their Paris 1906 book for the iPad.
The literary world is Erin Byers Murray's oyster.
Tonight the Amis crew will celebrate the work of chef-author Gabrielle Hamilton with a lamb roast inspired by her book.
In fact, she recommends the book being published by her former employer.
Plus: Rocca holds a benefit for The Trevor Project, and Wine Riot takes over the Cyclorama, all in our weekly neighborhood news roundup.
A collection of the legendary chef's correspondence with her agent will be published this fall.
In answer to a friend's admission of a love for the crunchy lettuce, Alice sent a care package of fifteen small heads of French lettuces to try.
Plus, the 'Edible' magazines will become a book.
Why should straight men have to salivate separately over al pastor and ass?
Grant Achatz's first experience with El Bulli, as excerpted from his forthcoming memoir.
A sci-fi young-adult novel pays homage to Achatz, Trotter, and more
Following on her Green Kitchen project, Chef Waters will once again champion the cause of simple cooking, this time with help from star chefs.
The chef signs a deal to write a Chez Panisse retrospective, a followup to The Art of Simple Food, and a personal narrative.