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{Pinot Days 2014} Just In Time for Summer BYOBs

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About our Guest Bloggers -  Vivian and I were SO SAD to miss the event, so we sent 2 people that we knew we could trust – a foodie and a wino!  Trisha was a

{Chicago Restaurant Week} Sample Menus to Get You Drooling!

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  CHICAGO RESTAURANT WEEK 2014 PARTICIPANTS  This January, diners are invited to enjoy the seventh annual Chicago Restaurant Week, with over 200 participating restaurants throughout the city. Restaurants will offer special prix-fixe meals including lunch, dinner or

{Le Cordon Bleu} Open House – 2014 Resolution to Consider?

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LE CORDON BLEU is hosting a free demonstration and open house in the heart of Chicago. Please join us for one of the sessions where you will experience a culinary demonstration by Chef Didier

{Pret A Manger} Holiday/Winter Menu, New Location & FREE LUNCH!

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You might already know that I’m a big Pret fan.  One of the reasons that I like them so much is that they have a seasonal menu.  While they keep some of my favorite

{Foodie.com} Get ready to drool with Food ~Pinterest Style!

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I’m so excited to introduce www.foodie.com – a new way to collect recipes, food ideas and make your own bucket lists – just like they do on Pinterest! I’ve created 4 collections to share with

{Lula Cafe} Local, Sustainable, but BLAH

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I hate writing bad reviews. I’m typically easy to please but perhaps is because I’m good at choosing where to eat.  As I was hosting my baby cousin for the weekend, I thought it

{Chicago Marathon 2013} – Stuff Your Face Here with these Specials

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The Chicago Marathon is an exciting time in Chicago!  Once you’ve burned all those calories, do you know where to replenish them?   You deserve it!  Here’s a short list of where to go after the

{Taste America: Local Flavor from Coast to Coast} A dinner with James Beard Award Winners

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Last week I was invited to the James Beard Foundation’s national travelling food festival presented by Chase Sapphire Preferred Visa Signature event.  After laying in hibernation for the last several years, the event has

{Waterleaf Food & Wine Festival} $35 is well worth your money

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I don’t have anything bad to say about this festival – other than I had to limit myself so I could drive home. I felt like I was ripping the festival off because they just