It takes three generations of a family for a Chicago mainstay to thrive for 35 years.
Some smart words from one of my favorite smart women.
A few words from Lidia Bastianich at the Women Chefs and Restaurateur’s Conference
At his newly opened Shaya, Shaya gets to play with the flavors of his childhood with abandon, combining memory and skill into dishes that are both “authentic” yet playful; both local yet truly Israeli.
A thought from Mr. Chocolate that’s stuck with me.
I’m usually the one asking the questions. But a conference last week had me answering some cool ones.
A calm and meandering conversation on the “big picture” and “keeping it small.”
Newly opened, this joint is a worthy watering hole for some. But I’d go for the food alone.
“How can we create a new brand of Harlem that stands the test of time?” This question and many more from this year’s conversations.
It’s not a tasting menu. It’s an eating menu.