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Best known as the chef and fisherman who ran a successful underground lobster roll business from his Brooklyn basement apartment, lifelong seafood lover Ben Sargent brings boundless knowledge, experience, and passion to his new primetime Cooking Channel...
The Cooking Channel celebrated its first birthday with the launch of three new shows: "The Originals with Emeril," a trip through some of the longest lasting restaurants in the country; "Hook, Line and Dinner," another travel-based show which examines...
BoystownLakeview’s top chefs host international cooking series at Nettelhorst community kitchen...
Lincoln ParkIn a city that loves its hot dogs so much it's considered an eye-popping faux pas to ask for ketchup, Frank ‘n' Dawgs has set its sights on the upper-crust of the tubular sausage realm....
Want a recipe for weekend fun that blends food, wine and philanthropy? Head to Wilmington, Del., and join acclaimed chefs and dining trendsetters for the "Meals From the Masters" foodie extravaganza. The annual fundraiser benefits Meals on Wheels food...
Tribune reporterWe may be living in the golden age of food television. Twenty years ago, you had to wait for Julia Child and a few others every week on PBS. Today, it's such a hot commodity that ABC is canceling soap operas and replacing them with a foodie version of...
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Tribune reporterThe Food Network's casting call for "Next Iron Chef" might have read like this: "WANTED: One chef who – with help – can crank out five top-flight dishes within an hour under stressful conditions, surrounded by cameras and judged by a group of...
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