A prior incident gets one critic booted from the celebrity chef's restaurant mid-meal.
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Server suing Graham Eliot over tip money— right or wrong?
The (former?) country singer has been in the news a lot recently for her diminishing figure.
Mark Schatzker believes that America's focus on fat has produced greasy tasting meat without much flavor.
Plus: Domino's and Pizza Hut's new ad campaigns and the new vice president and publishing director of Bon Appetit.
An impassioned defense of Memphis's barbecue scene as better than Chicago's.
Nagrant makes the case that Chicago kicks the pants off of Memphis, if not the whole country.
A Sun-Times reporter picks out a cow, but might not have really followed through.
A sex-discrimination lawsuit brought by the chain's male employees is settled.
One blog thinks not enough chefs of color made the magazine's list.
It's Pasticceria Natalina vs. Sarah's Candies in the latest culinary feud
The Inovasi chef doesn't like science in the kitchen, and it's our fault.
Goldberg General Contracting, not Rick Bayless, is the target of protesters outside his churreria.
Chicago's Baked bakery has agreed to change its name to avoid stepping on Baked NYC's toes.
A Chicago bakery is set to open with an oddly similar concept (and name) to a New York establishment.
A white dude is America's most recognizable proponent of Mexican food. Should we be worried?
Thanks to their Palin-mocking tip jars, one blogger is accusing the Chicago Diner of fraud.