Posts tagged "Chicago Tribune"

Does the pizza at Burt's Place live up to the hype?

Does the pizza at Burt's Place live up to the hype?
Thanks to high profile coverage, including a feature on Anthony Bourdain’s TV show “No Reservations,” and most recently, a cover story in the Dining section of the Chicago Tribune, there’s a mystique about Burt Katz and his aptly named Morton Grove pizza restaurant, Burt’s Place. For sure, Katz knows pizza. His resume is impressive; the guy’s been making... Read more »

Healthier desserts in the Dining section of today's Tribune

Would you like to be able to enjoy truly healthy desserts? Who wouldn’t. Sorry, friends. While there’s no such thing as a completely guilt-free dessert–unless you’re talking about an apple or an orange, you can  check out my story about places where you can snag healthier (a relative word) dessert options in today’s Chicago Tribune. It’s... Read more »

Five things you must know before going to a bakery

  A while ago, an item in the “I love…I hate” column in the Chicago Tribune’s Play section caught my eye. A woman “hated” that she drove 45 minutes to a bakery just to find out it was closed. If that woman had read this post, she might have avoided the trip. Here are some important things to know about... Read more »