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Dining@LargeJust got back from the Baltimore Farmers' Market. I bought strawberries (from Virginia), asparagus, rhubarb, mushrooms, fresh ginger, a cinnamon brioche bun for my 7-year-old daughter (who tagged along while my son and husband slept in), a mango Wheely...
Tags: Asparagus, Strawberries, Virginia
Dining@LargeThe price of salmon is going the way of volcanic ash -- up, up, up -- and the reason is the Icelandic eruption. That's according to Alan Morstein of Regi's American Bistro, who writes:"The volcano in Iceland does not only......
To appreciate Bread & Wine, the 16-month-old restaurant in the Irving Park neighborhood, it helps to be less literal and more observant. For instance, you might be surprised, as I was initially, to discover that the kitchen doesn't set out much bread....
Every time I figure that Logan Square is done with its boom of independent, unpretentious, quirkily personable restaurants, boom, another one pops up. If I were any other dining neighborhood in the city, I'd be developing a severe case of Logan Envy right...
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages, Anchovies, WGN, Dining and Drinking, Wines
Q: While my mother was visiting me here in Chicago, my partner and I took her for breakfast at Pauline's in the Andersonville area and she was very enamored with the French bread pudding toast. She was wondering if there was any way that she could...
Tags: Strawberries, Michigan Avenue, Recipes, Andersonville, Cinnamon
Soon enough we will be inundated with a bountiful spring and summer harvest. Farmers and other purveyors will be lining our city streets once a week to hawk their wares and tempt us with colorful vegetables and tender lettuces. If you're a step ahead...
Tags: Asparagus, Cabbage, Strawberries, Foods and Beverages, Butter
Rhubarb makes people nervous. Maybe because it's odd looking: pink celery. Maybe because it's a vegetable posing as fruit. Maybe because its dark, craggy leaf harbors poison, while its stringy stalk is stocked with acerbic juice. Startling. Rhubarb...
It's time to rate the Cirques, now that I've seen "Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour," which played at the O-rena last week. What? We have to call it by that mundane name? Oh, all right, I'm gritting my teeth … Amway Center. Of the Cirque du...
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail Many of us are creatures of habit and often feel the need to eat dessert — without even stopping to think if the craving is real, or if we are still hungry, or if we are simply eating...
Tags: Maryland, Health, Jams and Jellies, Pies and Tarts, Strawberries
At times the computer does exactly as told. At times it does not. You've seen this tendency in other members of the household: Dog. Child. Spouse. And while dog or child or spouse can be cajoled into compliance, the computer cannot. If it's not of a...
Tags: Onions, Entertainment, Gaming, Chutney, Butter
Off The MarkleyIt should come as no surprise that as a happy proponent of vulgarity, I don’t think there’s much point in TV, radio, newspapers and other media censoring language. Let’s focus on a specific case: the word to which my parents referred...
Change of SubjectWith the economy the likely focus of Wednesday night’s first debate between President Barack Obama and GOP challenger Mitt Romney, I invited veteran reporter Scott Reeder (right), the journalist in residence at the Illinois Policy Institute, a free-...
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