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01/28/14 Super snacks for Super Bowl noshing as close as your pantry
By Deborah Pankey Daily Herald Food Editor - The folks at the Northern Illinois Food Bank invited Food Editor Deborah Pankey and 2013 Cook of the Year Dan Rich to their Geneva warehouse the other day and challenged them to cook up football friendly foods using commonly donated items like... FULL STORY
01/24/14 Enzo & Lucia's Northern Italian menu, caring staff make you feel right at home
By Deborah Pankey - Enzo & Lucia Ristorante and Cafe, lLocated in a Victorian-style home in downtown Long Grove, suffered a kitchen fire last summer and was shuttered for several months. After spending some $75,000 to redo the kitchen and renovate the dining rooms, the... FULL STORY
01/22/14 From the food editor: Making someone's day is as easy as pie
By Deborah Pankey - You know the saying "as easy as pie" means the same thing "as easy as one, two, three," but did you know 1/23 is also Pie Day? Well it is and the American Pie Council hopes you will celebrate by heading into your kitchen and... FULL STORY
01/14/14 From the Food Editor: Are all apples created equal?
By Deborah Pankey - Food Editor Deborah Pankey compares apples to apples and touts a new glass that accentuates the taste and mouth feel of Coke. FULL STORY
01/13/14 Bring people together over a pot, or two, of soup
By Deborah Pankey Daily Herald Food Editor - One of the first rules of Soup Night is that it's not formal. No table to set or silver to polish. It's just soup. Guests come as they are and stay for as long as they can. The idea is to reconnect with neighbors and friends and build on those... FULL STORY
01/07/14 From the food editor: Brazilian flavors tapped as 2014 food trend
By Deborah Pankey - With all this snow on the ground, Food Editor Deborah Pankey finds herself daydreaming about warmer climes, sandy beaches and tropical fare. She may not be able to escape to Brazil anytime soon, but a taste of the country is as close as her kitchen. FULL STORY
12/26/13 Restaurant critics share their standouts from 2013
By Deborah Pankey - If the average Joe eats out 4.7 times a week (according to the gospel of Zagat), then you have to figure restaurant critics eat out even more than that. From grabbing a chicken wrap from the drive-through (yes, we sometimes do that), to settling... FULL STORY
12/17/13 From classic to contemporary, bourbon cocktails heat up chilly nights
By Deborah Pankey Daily Herald Food Editor - Bourbon is hot. And I'm not just talking about when it's poured into hot toddies or steamy Irish coffees. I'm talking bourbon as a spirits category. In 2012, nearly 17 million 9-liter cases of bourbon were sold in the United... FULL STORY
12/17/13 Friendly service, fine fare at Mia's Cantina in Mount Prospect
By Deborah Pankey - Looking for fab fish tacos, marvelous skirt steak and kicked-up margaritas as well as outstanding service, affordable prices and a casual atmosphere? Look no further than Mia's Cantina in Mount Prospect. While Mia's menu isn't... FULL STORY
12/11/13 Pastry book makes one sweet gift
By Deborah Pankey - Food Editor Deborah Pankey chimes in on a must-have book for bakers, tells you where you can meet Jacquy Pfeiffer, French Pastry School founder, and try his macarons, and shares a recipe for pomegranate salsa. FULL STORY
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