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Food Fun Friday - Easter Brunch Chicago

Food Fun Friday - Easter Brunch Chicago
Lots of fun Easter and Passover options for you in and around Chicago. The bellow is taken from Press releases because it would be impossible to rewrite them! Have a safe and fun weekend – stay warm! Go Cubs! Cooking Classes Nando Milano Trattoria is delighted to announce the first series of cooking classes being... Read more »

Marathon: Fundraising Update and Challenges!

Marathon: Fundraising Update and Challenges!
I have to begin by giving a MASSIVE thanks to all of those who have given and helped me reach my goal in less than a DAY! I’m floored by the support and awed by your generosity. I have had a few friends ask, “Are you really going to run a marathon?” Uh, yeah I... Read more »

The ONLY Glass to Drink Coca-Cola: Riedel

The ONLY Glass to Drink Coca-Cola: Riedel
I drink soda. I like soda. I don’t drink as much as I did but I still enjoy the refreshing quality an ice cold Coke brings on a hot day. When it comes to drinking soda, I prefer to drink regular Coke or the occasional Dr. Pepper or Mr. Pibb, perhaps a root beer or... Read more »
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2014 James Beard Finalists Announced

2014 James Beard Finalists Announced
The announcement of the 2014 James Beard finalists was held at Publican this morning. Chef Paul Kahan was the perfect host as he was awarded Outstanding Chef honors with chef David Chang in 2013. Chef Kahan will also be enrolled in the “Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America” this year. The James Beard... Read more »

Food Fun Friday - Chicago Valentine's Day

Food Fun Friday - Chicago Valentine's Day
If you haven’t booked Valentine’s Day or weekend plans – YOU have NO excuse! I have a ton of suggestions below. It’s staggering even for me to see how many there are. Also Table 52 will extend their Restaurant Week Menu for another week. Stay warm. Saturday, February 8th, for Chicago’s SWEETEST Bar Crawl –... Read more »

Chicago to host Women Chef & Restaurateurs Convention

Chicago to host Women Chef & Restaurateurs Convention
Last November, Time Magazine published an article “The Gods of Food.” The article immediately took criticism for not listing any “goddesses” or female chefs. Chicago has been a city supporting female chefs for a very long time and will continue that support by hosting the Women Chefs and Restaurateurs convention March 9-12th. The conference will... Read more »
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Food Fun Friday

Food Fun Friday
The snow seems to have stopped but the BRUTAL cold is on its way. A few fun food ideas for next week and beyond to keep you warm and satiated. Quartino, 626 N State St, will commemorate eight years of providing diners with one of Chicago’s most notable authentic Italian food and wine experiences …... Read more »

Food Fun Friday

Food Fun Friday
So many options for the HOLIDAY fun below. Whether it is Christmas, New Year’s Eve or Day, if you can’t find fun then you’re missing out. With only a few days left to plan, don’t be left out of the fun. For anyone looking to drown their sorrows of missing out on an Xbox One... Read more »

Thanksgiving Dining in Chicago

Thanksgiving Dining in Chicago
In case you haven’t figured out what you’re doing for Thanksgiving with or without the extended family, Chicago has a TON of dining options to enjoy the day out. Or if you wanted to cater and bring some or all of the Thanksgiving feast home, we’ve got you covered for that as well. Have a... Read more »
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An Uncle's Advice To His Nephew

An Uncle's Advice To His Nephew
              Dear Jack, You’re only 22 months old and on the cusp of the terrible two’s! As your 40 yr. old uncle, I wanted to impart some advice and wisdom. I don’t know if you’ll ever read this and if the world changes as much as it has in... Read more »