• With the news that Charlie Trotter will close his eponymous Chicago restaurant, here's a look at some of the food trends he's getting credit for helping to start, including seasonal eating, the chef's table, and the offal craze. [Atlantic...
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is targeting television's most outspoken food revolutionary.
Charlie Trotter isn't the only one making Asian haggis today.
The Tribune lauds the Lincoln Park restaurant.
Don't worry Charlie, you made the list.
Can you imagine any other chef saying those words?
Is Charlie Trotter having a hard time packing them in?
The protesters are angry over a foie-stuffed duck dish at Michael Cimarusti's Bocuse d'Or fundraiser.
Would you let Graham Elliot design your kitchen?
After six years, the chef will depart to start his own restaurant.
A new cookbook will feature recipes from over fifty top Chicago chefs.
Plus: Gary Wiviott signs some books and Vie gets a new pastry chef.
"Nobody who watches football expects to exercise more."
Eddie Huang, owner of NYC's Baohaus, is promising at some point in the near future to stage a throwdown with S.F. upstarts, the Chairman Bao truck. They may not be owned by Charlie Trotter, but they have still, in Huang's...
Alinea named the most influential Chicago restaurant in history.
A legion of celebrity chefs descend on the resort town this weekend along with a bunch of wine makers and all those who could afford tickets.
His Vegas and Mexico restaurants shutter, thanks to the recession.
Plus: The Chicago French Market picks up an award, and what whale meat tastes like, all in our morning news roundup.
A sci-fi young-adult novel pays homage to Achatz, Trotter, and more