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This list is not all-inclusive American Contemporary Adelle's Fine American Fare 535 W. Liberty Drive, Wheaton 630-784-8015 Pick from a small plate to start, choosing such things as cured gravlax with crabmeat and fennel or sautéed shrimp...
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TV WatchersAfter being being voted by her team as one of two candidates for elimination, Parkland grad Jessica Lewis managed to hang in to cook another day and instead Danielle Boorn of Atlanta was sent packing on Fox's "Hell's Kitchen." The......
Los Angeles TimesHere's an interesting white wine from Puglia, the region that forms the "heel" of Italy's "boot." Made from an ancient grape variety called Verdeca with a small percentage of Fiano Minutolo (don't you just love these Italian grape names?), it has a...
For RedEyeBacon dumplings. Bacon pie. Bacon tacos. Bacon cotton candy. These are just a few of the smoky, salty treats that local chefs plan to serve at Baconfest Chicago this weekend. Unfortunately, the lure of these pork-packed dishes proved so great that the...
Tribune staff reporterBistro Monet 462 Park Blvd., Glen Ellyn; 630-469-4002. Reviewed on August 16 For those who love French tradition at reasonable prices, in a room so quiet that one can rediscover the lost art of dinner conversation, Bistro Monet is your new favorite...
Tribune restaurant criticIt's possible to be a Gold Coast jewel without glittering ostentatiously. Case in point: Pane Caldo, a 15-year-old neighborhood veteran whose low-key demeanor belies its very accomplished kitchen. This subdued 70-seater sits on a quiet stretch of...
Tribune restaurant critic"How was the tripe?" asked my waiter, regarding me and my half-finished entree. "Very good," I said, meaning it."Would you like that wrapped up?" "That's OK," I said, meaning that, too. The waiter flashed a philosophical smile. "We sell a lot of tripe,...
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Named for a departed pooch, Zak's Place is as friendly and eager to please as was its namesake. Zak's Place has been flying under the radar for most of its five years in downtown Hinsdale. It did get a nice mention from Chicago magazine for its burger...
Tribune criticA good number of Chicago restaurants manage to survive without a liquor license, but Sweets & Savories might be the first to turn its back on one. "It started at the back end of last year," says chef-owner David Richards. "I kind of saw people's spending...
Tribune criticDespite a demographic that would make most restaurateurs salivate, Hinsdale has not always been kind to its dining options. Since finally permitting liquor licenses in 2001 (Hinsdale was DuPage County's last bastion of temperance), the town has bid...
There are cookbooks that you want to cook from and there are cookbooks that make you want to cook. They are not always the same. A perfect example is the twin new releases from Sime Books, translations of two fine Italian regional cookbooks. I defy...
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Elm Restaurant 73 Elm St., New Canaan, (203) 920-4994, elmrestaurant.com Chef Brian Lewis is doing his thing, his way — creating dishes that "slide, slip, crunch, awaken or calm you." His menus are like music. He composes moments, three to...
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