Archive for November 2019

Thanksgiving debate: To brine or not to brine

Thanksgiving debate: To brine or not to brine
Forget politics. The ongoing debate this week is to brine or not to brine (your turkey). Personally, I don’t. It seems like too much work. It looks as if I’m not alone. Three foodies reported their opinions in today’s Daily Briefing from “The New York Times.” Here’s what they said: Food reporter, and Sam Sifton... Read more »

Time Out Market announces new additions and opening date

Time Out Market announces new additions and opening date
Opening day for the highly anticipated Time Out Market Chicago is just around the corner. Finishing touches are being put on what’s being described as a “a food and cultural market that will bring the best of the city under one (very large) roof.” It was announced today that the market will be ready for... Read more »

Carlos Gaytán's artisan Mexican bakery Panango offers authentic menu

Carlos Gaytán's artisan Mexican bakery Panango offers authentic menu
Chef Carlos Gaytán’s highly anticipated Mexican Bakery, Panango opens today just in time to celebrate Day of the Dead. Panango, from the Michelin-starred Gaytán (Mexique) is a vibrant spot in River North that offers breads, sweets, soups, salads, sandwiches and breakfast items for those dining in or on the go. The bakery is part two of the three food... Read more »
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