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For Pamela Ward, auditioning for a spot on a food-themed reality television show was like throwing cooked noodles against a wall.
A medical examiner says celebrity chef Charlie Trotter died from a stroke. Cook County Medical Examiner Stephen Cina says in a statement Monday that tests showed the 54-year-old died from a stroked related to high blood pressure. Cina says neither drugs nor alcohol contributed to Trotter's d…
Acclaimed chef Charlie Trotter died Tuesday morning after being found unresponsive at his Lincoln Park home, according to Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford.
Profiling 25 Midwestern farms in her book Locally Grown: Portraits of Artisanal Farms from America’s Heartland, Anna Blessing tells us the story of each.
Award-winning chef Charlie Trotter, right, listens as his staff delivers a pre-dinner briefing at his restaurant in Chicago as his wife, Rochelle, looks on.
Award-winning chef Charlie Trotter, left, talks to former protege chef Reginald Watkins at Trotter's restaurant in Chicago. Trotter is closing his iconic restaurant after 25 years to return to college and study philosophy. The final service at Charlie Trotter's was Thursday, followed by a so…
CHICAGO | Award-winning chef Charlie Trotter is closing his iconic Chicago restaurant after 25 years, setting out on a new path as bold and surprising as many of the dishes he served to the world of foodie fans he helped foster.
Trotter gets honorary street sign
It's mere days away from the closing of one of the world's most acclaimed culinary havens.
Wyncroft Winery itself is probably one of the more difficult places to find, despite its longtime reputation as a quality producer and about as high a profile as you can get outside of California, with top tier restaurants in the Great Lakes region. The entrance is just off the main street d…
Keep your fingers crossed for decent weather this weekend when I am scheduled to accompany chefs led by Eric Lester searching for edible plants in the wilds of southwestern Michigan.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. | As he prepares to quit the kitchen for the classroom, chef Charlie Trotter makes it clear that he won't be just nibbling around the edges when it comes to graduate school.
Chef Charlie Trotter listens to a question during an interview with The Associated Press on Friday in Miami Beach, Fla. Earlier this year, Trotter announced that he will close his acclaimed eponymous restaurant in Chicago after it celebrates its 25th anniversary in August. He plans to return…
Incredible food lineup for Saturday night at the Heritage Center in St. Joe includes chocolate-covered bacon mousse and Reserve Chef Matt Millar is in James Beard semifinals. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
A few years have gone by since I was in the right place--six.one.six in Grand Rapids in winter--at the right time to have corned beef hash and eggs. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
When Dean Zanella, executive chef at Rhapsody in Chicago's Loop, started asking about the origins of the seafood he was buying for the restaurant, he wasn't pleased with the answer.
By not spacing out on the time zone and other mishaps of previous years, we managed to arrive at Bev's Second Season Ball in LaPorte Saturday almost an hour early. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine
I have officially received the first announcement of 2012 for a Titanic dinner, a memorial for the centennial year of the disaster. The last dinner for first class passengers was 11 courses. --Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
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