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Taste

Your guide to eating, drinking and cooking in Chicago.

For 30 years, charity has been showing that ‘Real Men Cook’

Father’s Day event at Hales Franciscan High School, promoting fatherhood, families and health, offers tips, community, as well as food.

Menu planner: Salmon fillets, fusilli star in this week’s recipes 

Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes, sides and desserts to try.

King Arthur Flour recalls unbleached all-purpose flour due to E. coli risk

The recalled flour was distributed through retailers including Target and Walmart, and distributors nationwide. Nearly 114,000 bags of flour are included in the recall.

Turmeric is currying favor as source of nutrition, taste, color

The powder packs plenty of iron and the antioxidant manganese.

Despite graphic video and lost business, Chicago’s Fairlife says it plans no cutbacks

The supplier of filtered milk is facing fallout from a video showing animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farms, its flagship supplier.

West Loop’s Latest Opens Tonight With Kimchi and Cheddar Waffle Fries

Bandit serves up retro vibes along Randolph Street

Walmart to deliver groceries inside homes — when you’re not there

The retailer is now offering to have one of its employees deliver fresh groceries and put them in your refrigerator when you’re not home.

The Mix: Chicago Blues Fest, Old Town Art Fair and more things to do June 7-13

From music to great food and great art, there’s so much to check out in the week ahead in Chicago.

Where to get free doughnuts on National Doughnut Day

June 7 is National Doughnut Day and shops across the country are marking the day with fried freebies and delectable deals.

Menu planner: Recipes for enchiladas, almond-crusted pork and lamb chops

Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

Passerotto serves as a love letter to Korean culture and appreciation for Italian food

Many of Passerotto’s favorites like the ddukbokki lamb ragu — Korean rice cakes paired with a lamb neck ragu gravy — taste Korean and Italian simultaneously without being exclusively either.

Summertime cocktails don’t need to be pretentious

With so many award-winning restaurants in Chicago, drinks aren’t an afterthought even when the food is the main attraction.

Huddle House to open first Chicago restaurant

The popular Atlanta-based chain diner serves up huge breakfasts at its 344 locations — including many that are open 24 hours a day.

The 15 Hottest Rooftop Bars and Terraces in Chicago Right Now

Where to take in Chicago’s all-too-brief warmth on an elevated outdoor space

Parachute’s James Beard-Winning Chefs Detail Plans For Their Second Chicago Restaurant

Beverly Kim and Johnny Clark will soon introduce Wherewithall to Avondale

CBD cocktails add another layer to bar beverages

One beverage director recommends a dosage of around 10 milligrams in cocktails to bring out a muted and subtle chlorophyll-like aroma to the nose.

Menu planner: Lemon yogurt cake, vegetable soup and other tasty recipes

Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes, sides and desserts to try.

Chicagoland’s Premier Japanese Market Adds Yakitori Restaurant’s First U.S. Location

Mitsuwa in Arlington Heights adds Toritetsu as part of a massive facelift

Chicago ‘Milk Bar’ Denies Infringing on Christina Tosi’s Trademarks

JoJo’s Milk Bar goes sweet to bitter, calling evidence "weak and unpersuasive"

Hyde Park’s B’Gabs Goodies is a plant-based haven

B’Gabs — a nickname bestowed to Chef/Owner Gabrielle Darvassy by friends — not only caters to the dietary needs of vegans and vegetarians but to those who prefer their meals, strictly raw, soy-free, gluten-free, nut-free or alkaline-based.

Where to Eat at Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD)

Don't settle for depressing airline food

Menu planner: Tasty recipes for halibut, pierogis, tomatoes

Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

Foodies flocking to Logan Square for Landbirds chicken wings

Word-of-mouth buzz about Landbirds gained momentum quickly through social media even though the restaurant lacked signage and advertising.

Floral-infused cocktails are blooming at Machine: Engineered Dining & Drink

"You can only taste sweet, sour, salty, umami and bitter, but your nose is where you get all the intricacies of flavor."

Chicago’s best ice cream, popsicles and frozen treats

There’s nothing like a frozen treat to beat the summer heat. We’ve rounded up the best places to enjoy an icy delight, weather it’s served atop a cone, on a stick or in a cup, plain or smothered with toppings.

Casa Índígō seeks help keeping Pilsen local — and keeping Starbucks out

The restaurant run by Pilsen residents is looking to expand but is in competition with the world's largest coffee shop.

Taste of Chicago restaurant lineup: 82 eateries on tap for food fest

More than 300 menu items representing cuisine from across the globe will be featured at the five-day festival.

The Grid: Ravenswood’s choice eats

Ravenswood is a hub for a creative class of artisans and craftsmen, independently owned restaurants and drinking hangouts on "Malt Row."

Eating Right: The benefits of cherries might surprise you

Tart cherries are also plump with anthocyanins, the natural compound that gives them their rich ruby hue and a plethora of health benefits.

Healthy eating — why your love affair with bread, carbs doesn’t have to end

While eating carbs isn't detrimental to your diet, there is a difference between the types of the carbs you eat.

Study: Daily consumption of eggs leads to higher risk of heart disease

U.S. dietary guidelines that eased limits on cholesterol have helped eggs make a comeback.

Kids take note: Vegetables weren’t always seen as healthy

History professor Ken Albala says vilifying or glorifying foods is common, especially in America.