Food & Drink,
Food & Drink Column,
Oct 17, 2012
What's better for a pig—a quick, clean slaughterhouse kill or a great life that ends with three minutes of pain?
by Mike Sula
Food & Drink Column, pigs, hogs, butchering, animal slaughter, farm to table, Bare Knuckle Farm, Rob Leavitt, Chris Turner, Danielle Kaplan, Jess Piskor, Andrew Brix, Abra Berens, Whole Hog Project, food processing, The Butcher & Larder
Jun 23, 2011
by Fred Camper
Movie Sidebar, Onion City Festival, Gene Siskel Film Center, Chicago Filmmakers, Patrick Friel, Carlos Adriano, Santoscope=Dumontage, All That Sheltering Emptiness, Color Series, Alice in Wonderland, Night, Day, Anitkabir, To Touch, Get out of the Car, Pigs, Toads, Relocation, Slave Ship, Mastering Bambi, Sugar Slim Says, Bust Chance, All Things Were Now Overtaken by Silen, Gina Carducci, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Madison Brookshire, James Fotopoulos, Jake Barningham, Yoel Miranda, J.B. Mabe, Thom Andersen, Pawel Wojtasik, Milena Gierke, Pieter Geenen, T. Marie, Persijn Broersen, Margit Lukacs, Lewis Klahr, Stephanie Barber, Nicolas Pereda
Feb 9, 2011
Cooking for a crowd with pork collar from the Butcher & Larder.
by Mike Sula
Food Chain, Food & Drink, Food, pork collar, Butcher & Larder, Rob Levitt, Chris Turner, coppa, lardo, Slagel Family Farms, pigs, Yorkshire, Duroc, Rick Bayless, Mexican food
Sep 1, 2010
Magical pigs are a drug on the market
Nov 11, 2009
Recent food-related articles of interest, among them a review of Jonathan Safran Foer's
Eating Animals, a modest proposal for mega food desert Detroit, and a hydroponic system for urban dwellers' windows.
by Kate Schmidt
Food Chain, Food & Drink, Food, Jennifer Reese, Tipsy Baker, Jonathan Safran Foer, Eating Animals, veganism, ranching, pigs, cognitive ethnology, Guernica, Detroit, food deserts, food supply, urban gardening, hydroponics
Sep 11, 2009
Mark Caro and Joe Meno have won top honors this year from the Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association.
by Jerome Ludwig
Media, Lit & Lectures, News, Books, Great Lakes Independent Booksellers Association, GLIBA, Joe Meno, The Great Perhaps, Mark Caro, The Foie Gras Wars, Mike Sula, Gillian Flynn, Dark Places, Robert Goolrick, A Reliable Wife, Bryan Gruley, Starvation Lake, David Wrobelewski, The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, Michael Perry, Coop: A Year of Poultry, Pigs, and Parenting, Greg Kot, Ripped: How the Wired Generation Revolutionized Music, Spike Carlsen, A Splintered History of Wood: Belt-Sander Races, Blind Woodworkers, and Baseball Bats, Becky Anderson, Anderson's Bookshops
Sep 23, 2008
Reserve your spot for the Reader's six-course snout-to-tail mulefoot pig dinner at Blackbird, October 19.
by Mike Sula
Food & Drink, Food Chain, Food, Blackbird, Paul Kahan, Lula, Slow Food Chicago, Paul Virant, Vie, Mulefoot, Valerie Weihman-Rock, Dee Dee, The Whole Hog Project, Jason Hammel, Amalea Tshilds, Mike Sheerin, Justin Large, Avec, Brian Huston, The Publican, pigs