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Stories by Daniel Hautzinger

Adjaruli Khachapuri from 'Cook's Country.' Photos: Steve Klise
September 22, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Georgian cuisine has been deemed the next big food trend, and the molten cheese-filled khachapuri its global avatar. Try it yourself with an American home cook-friendly recipe from Cook's Country before it really takes off.
Brad De Vries and Job Cloovers in Van der Valk. Photo: Company Pictures and all3media international
September 20, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
The murder of a young woman in a hotel leads Van der Valk and his team into a world of medieval spiritualism and erotica, radical addiction clinics, and mistaken identities.
Last Tango in Halifax season 5. Photo: Stuart Wood
September 20, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
As Caroline's and Gillian's joint birthday approaches, Celia and Alan disagree on money, and Alan decides to apply for a job. Judith is coming to speak at Caroline's school, but John warns Caroline of a new problem—and Judith has a surprising proposal. 
Rudy Lozano Elementary School
September 16, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Rudy Lozano sought more political power for Latinos in Chicago, and although his life was cut short, his legacy lives on in his friends and family members who continue his political campaigns and activism. 
Chicken Vindaloo from 'Milk Street.' Photo: Connie Miller of CB Creatives
September 15, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
Vindaloo is probably one of the better-known dishes in America that originated from the Indian subcontinent. Popularized by Indian restaurant menus across the United States, it's a tangy, lightly spicy curry from the state of Goa. 
Power Trip: The Story of Energy. Photo: Alpheus Media
September 14, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
As the school year begins and many students take classes remotely, WTTW is offering an educational block of shows to supplement at-home learning every weekday afternoon from 2:00 to 5:00 pm on WTTW Prime. 
Lucienne and Piet in 'Van der Valk.' Photo: Company Pictures and all3media international
September 13, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
When two bodies show up in Amsterdam on the same day, Van der Valk and his team search for connections against the backdrop of an impending election.
Chicago skyline. Photo: Unsplash/Brad Knight
September 9, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
“What we’ve been trying to do since moving to digital space is to immediately connect the theme to the current moment in as many different ways as we could,” says the artistic director of the Chicago Humanities Festival, which just launched its fall programming. 
Greek Chicken from 'Cook's Country.' Photo: Joe Keller
September 8, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
This Greek chicken recipe from Cook's Country approaches a legendary Chicago chicken dish: the lemony, herbed chicken Kalamata from Lincoln Park's Athenian Room.
The First Battle of the Marne in 1914
September 8, 2020 | Daniel Hautzinger
“It’s tempting to think that military history is just about, ‘Here’s a tank, it does X, Y, and Z.’ But essentially, for good or ill, war is a huge catalyst of change," says the president of the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, which has a new series called This Week in Military History.