Media Digest Addenda for the week of September 22, 2010
This week in the Chicago Reader's Food & Drink section:
What's New...it's an LTH roadblock as Kristina Meyer scouts Arami in West Town and Mike Sula pays an early visit to Burger Bar and Sono Wood Fired in Old Town. 10 additional reviews of recently-opened spots are also provided, with submissions by the aforementioned Sula, as well as Anne Spiselman, Julia Thiel, Izidora Angel, Kevin Warwick and Ted Cox.
From Chicago Magazine's on-line Dining section:
Pensiero Ristorante Drama in Evanston...in this week's edition of Dish, Penny Pollack and Kaitlin Petersen report on the recent upheaval at this venerable North Shore eatery.
From this week's Time Out Chicago - Restaurants & Bars section:
Cook the books...brief previews of several new fall-release cookbooks, with submissions by David Tamarkin, Julia Kramer and Heather Shouse, among others.
At the market with...Sarah Levy of Sarah's Pastries & Candies shares her recipe for Rafael’s Apple Shortbread, which she makes with ingredients from the Oak Park Farmers' Market.
The hit list: Five don’t-miss events at Chicago Gourmet...Shelby Blitz makes some recommendations for this weekend's upcoming mega-event.
Five minutes with… Chantelle Pabros...Julia Kramer interviews the former sommelier at L20, who's now overseeing the beverage program at Chizakaya.
Tour: Bike the farm...Elizabeth Ulion chronicles her recent bike expedition in Humboldt Park with Cob Connection, which runs several urban 'farms.'
From this week's Daily Herald - Food section:
No new locally-originating content has been posted at the Herald's site this week.
Posted this week at Dining Chicago.com:
Eat this! Paillard, pounded meat, quick and versatile...LTH contributor Leah A. Zeldes gets the recipe for Pinstripes’ grilled chicken paillard, from chef Mark Grimes.
Posted this week at NewCity Chicago's Newcity Resto site:
On Fowl and Filipino Breakfast: Uncle Mike’s is a place of pleasant contradictions...LTH contributor Mike Nagrant files a favorable review of this West Town eatery, which has gotten a fair amount of attention here at LTHForum.com over the past several months.