Archive for September 2013

Common Threads' Cook-Off Event

Common Threads' Cook-Off Event
I’ve been looking forward to Common Threads’ Cook-Off event all summer, and it’s finally here — this Wednesday night at Fulton’s on the River! Join us and vote on dishes created by Chicago’s best chefs while raising money for a great cause. Tickets are still available!

Belly Shack: A Unique Concept with Decent Execution

Belly Shack: A Unique Concept with Decent Execution
Tucked under the rumble of the Western Blue Line station, Belly Shack serves fast-food style Asian-Latin American fusion with a Korean bent. It’s a small space, where customers order menu items by number at the counter, and then either take food to go or eat at one of the few dimly lit tables. The atmosphere... Read more »

Brisket for the (High) Holidays

Brisket for the (High) Holidays
Growing up, brisket was synonymous with the Jewish high holidays, especially when Grandma was cooking. Over the past few years, though, I’ve noticed that brisket seems to be, shall we say, off-trend. And for really no good reason; insofar as meat goes, it’s relatively cheap per pound, it’s not a complicated dish to prepare, and... Read more »
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