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WGN NewsMarch of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction of Chicago November 17 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Swissotel 323 E. Wacker Drive Chicago www.marchofdimes.com/illinois The Purple Pig 500 N. Michigan Avenue Chicago (312) 464-1744 Heaven on Seven 600 N. Michigan Ave.,...
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Pumpkin shows up on the Thanksgiving table in so many guises. But have you ever thought about using the seeds? Test Kitchen manager Noelle Carter did and used them to come up with this creative twist on turkey dressing that is so spectacular it was...
Next to the turkey, it's one of the most popular dishes at the Thanksgiving table. Stuffing, traditionally made from stale bread and herbs, can be stuffed inside the turkey and cooked, or baked separately. While pre-packaged varieties offer convenience,...
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WGN NewsTerry Edwards For recipes, visit: www.allrecipes.com For more things Thanksgiving: respectthebird.com Cornbread Casserole Ingredients: 1/4 pound butter, melted 1 (15 ounce) can whole kernel corn 1 (15 ounce) can creamed corn 1 (8.5 ounce)...
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NEW YORK — Who would pay downtown prices for an uptown lunch? Lots of people, to judge by the customers crowding into Red Rooster Harlem to pay, as I did, $77 on a lunch for two. Celebrity chef Marcus Samuelsson's restaurant, a culinary valentine...
Continuing a long tradition, the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk will host a series of music-oriented after-work parties Thursday evenings in the month of July. The action takes place indoors at the museum's enclosed courtyard, which explains the...
TV WatchersAsk to cook with the most bizarre ingredients of the season, Bucks County native Matthew Petersen though he might be heading home. But Petersen, 32, won the tops challenge of the week and advances to yet another week of competition on the cooking...
Much like any other workplace, there is usually some downtime in newsrooms when people might chat about all kinds of things. It was during such a break after a holiday potluck in my former newsroom that people discussed a casserole dish brought in by...
Chef Donna DesforThanksgiving Leftovers featuring Driscoll's Organic Berries While everyone loves Thanksgiving leftovers, I find that most aren't so enthusiastic about repeating the same meal the next day. While shopping for my Thanksgiving Turkey I pick up a few pints...
They say that life is a journey and not a destination. That sentiment must surely include cooking, where the twists and turns of one memorable culinary adventure brought my husband and I right back home. Many years ago, we hosted a book party for an out-...
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Chicago TribuneBread gets along well with the knife. A serrated one for slicing and a blunt one to handle the buttering. Perhaps a slotted one for trimming cheese to suit. Bread has no need for fork, or spoon. Imagine my surprise, then, when my friend Michele showed up...
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Boyle Boyle High Other menu options available daily. Monday: no school. Tuesday: chili and grilled cheese or burrito with rice, baked potato or sweet potato, peach cup and juice bar. Wednesday: baked potato bar and breadstick or baked ziti with toast,...
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