Jun 9, 2010
Street parties, beer festivals, a foie gras celebration, and more.
by Sam Worley
Food Chain, Food & Drink, Food, Taste of Bryn Mawr, Ribfest Chicago, North Center, Cat Cora, Friends' Health Connection, Downtown Farmstand, Cat Cora's Classics with a Twist, Drinking and Writing Brewery, Drinking and Writing Festival, Mike Royko, Northwestern University, Bill Savage, Denese Neu, David Royko, Sean Parnell, Chicago Bar Project, Hopleaf, Two Drink Minimum Writing Contest, Two Brothers Brewing Company, Hop Juice, double IPA, For the Love of Hops, Printers Row Lit Fest, Good Eating Stage, Sweetness, Sarah Levy, Kelly Rudnicki, The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book, Didier Durand, foie gras, foie gras ban, A Foie Gras Celebration, Cyranot's Bistrot & Wine Bar, Wellesley College, Robert Paarlberg, Food Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know, The Global Politics of Food, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the Chicago Club, Veggie Bingo, the Hideout, community gardens, Death's Door Spirits, New Leaf Natural Grocery, Irv and Shelly's Fresh Picks, Josh Adams, June, June at North Pond, North Pond, Bruce Sherman
Jul 27, 2009
by Mike Sula
Food Chain, Food & Drink, Food, foie gras ban, Farm Sanctuary, blogsherpa, Joe Moore, Chicago City Council, Margaret Laurino, 39th Ward, green food, local food, animal rights, vegetarianism, Martha Bayne, Mark Caro, The Foie Gras Wars, Loretta Swit
Mar 12, 2009
This week in Omnivorous, I talk with Trib entertainment reporter Mark Caro about his book The Foie Gras Wars. During his research Caro visited some ten foie gras farms and interviewed activists, politicians, and chefs on all sides of the issue. He says he was constantly asked where he stood.
May 19, 2008
A Q & A with 49th Ward alderman and mayoral nemesis Joe Moore.
May 14, 2008
Foie gras ban repealed in the City Council!