Stumped By The Sun-Times: Old News

A few of the stories in this week’s Sun-Times food section seemed…a little stale. For example, the headlining story is about how organic food is popular in Chicago. O rly? You mean it’s not all meat-and-potatoes anymore? A profound and timely insight. Furthermore, an article on Hoosier Mama Pie Co. retraces the faint footprints of the Reader’s version of the same; although we should point out that this version has some DIY pie-making tips, which are helpful.

Misha Davenport’s write-up of the Heaty Boys’ new cookbook may be on the same topic as Michael Nagrant’s article from a few weeks ago, but at least it covers new ground. Ms. Davenport interviews the couple, scoring a choice quote concerning their young son near the end:

“It’s embarrassing,” McDonagh says. “We’re TV chefs and I know people are silently judging me for all the cans of Chef Boyardee in my grocery cart…I love the kid, but food-wise, he’s a real pain in the a– right now.”

A few of the stories in this week’s Sun-Times food section seemed…a little stale. For example, the headlining story is about how organic food is popular in Chicago. O rly? You mean it’s not all meat-and-potatoes anymore? A profound and timely insight. Furthermore, an article on Hoosier Mama Pie Co. retraces the faint footprints of the Reader’s version of the same; although we should point out that this version has some DIY pie-making tips, which are helpful.

Misha Davenport’s write-up of the Heaty Boys’ new cookbook may be on the same topic as Michael Nagrant’s article from a few weeks ago, but at least it covers new ground. Ms. Davenport interviews the couple, scoring a choice quote concerning their young son near the end:

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Stumped By The Sun-Times: Old News