This is an abridged version of an article I wrote for Newcity last week; it's about how food brings people together -- even -- perhaps especially -- for those of us living in what Mike Huckabee terms a "Bubble-ville."
Chef Christiane Pereira of Taste of Brasil Café apparently got enough compliments about her hot sauce that she decided to start a Kickstarter campaign to fund the production of her "I'm Hot Sauce" on a larger scale.
I worked with Village Hall's Joe Kreml and Patrick Rollens to produce a video about feijoada as part of our series, "You Really Should Eat This." So please, watch…and then go eat the feijoada at Taste of Brasil Café.
On Thursday, March 8th, at Chief O’Neill’s (3471 N. Elston), 25% of all dinner purchases will go to help AYS, an after-school mentoring program that gives kids a safe-haven in the afternoon…and some food.
Oak Parker Norma Rixter’s new book Norma Can COOK! takes recipes from her former Southern Standard American diet and translates them into plant-based versions of old favorites. “My cookbook,” says Rixter, “is completely VEGAN, except for a handful of recipes for fish and chicken included for those on a transition or Flexitarian diet.”