Javauneeka Jacobs, the sous chef at Rick Bayless' Frontera Grill, won the first round of a Julia-themed competition on the Food Network show Chopped. She told us what it's like to be on the high-stress show.
Holiday specials from Mary Berry and The Tabernacle Choir, more beautiful places with Geoffrey Baer, Lucy Worsley on Agatha Christie, and more highlights help you enjoy the end of the year.
We have a new preview and information about the upcoming fourth season of Miss Scarlet and the Duke, which premieres on WTTW on January 7.
A high-profile trial, a new city budget, and a surprise birth at a zoo. How many local news stories did you keep up with this month? Test your knowledge with our November news quiz.
It can be difficult to find recipes that please both children and adults, but these cookies from Martha Stewart manage to do so by adding chocolate chunks to ooey-gooey molasses cookies.
In Puerto Rico, budín de pan or bread pudding is typically served during Nochebuena or Christmas Eve. This recipe from PBS KIDS' Jessica Martinez is adapted from her grandmother, who took out the traditional raisins in favor of making the budín like a pineapple upside-down cake.
Fruitcake may be a polarizing holiday dish, but if you make it fresh at home with your children, it can become a memorable new tradition – and it's easily customizable in terms of what fruit and nuts you include in it.
In The Most Beautiful Places in Chicago 2, Geoffrey Baer explores more eye-popping places around Chicago, and the stories behind them. He spoke to us about the new special.
Bezhig has her whole birth family and also her adoptive mother to help her mourn the loss of her twin brother.
Cozy up with family and friends and enjoy our line-up of holiday programming as the nights get shorter and the holidays approach.
“I feel like Chicago is on the brink" of offering more traditional Japanese cuisine and beverages, says Jun-Jun Vichaikul, one of the owners of Konbini & Kanpai, a Lakeview bottleshop that celebrates sake, shochu, and other Japanese spirits.
Mark Rylance returns as the cunning and complex Thomas Cromwell in a coming adaptation of Hilary Mantel's final novel in her acclaimed Cromwell trilogy.
Jake asks Annika to make a big decision while she investigates the death of a retired detective, and the case gets uncomfortably close to home.
Harry and Lois both return to England, Lois with newfound purpose and Harry with newfound confusion and depression. Henriette, Rajib, and Marga are put in horrible situations.