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The 33rd annual National Memorial Day Concert is back this weekend. Meet the musicians and performers who will honor the people who have served in the armed forces.
Liz Abunaw envisions the coming brick-and-mortar Forty Acres Fresh Market as "the place where you are in the middle of making a dish," like her recipe for buffalo cauliflower, "and you run out of something and you run up two blocks to go get it."
We finally have a date for the coming premiere of the second season of Miss Scarlet and the Duke on PBS and WTTW as well as teaser looking ahead at the mystery, romance, and action.
“It’s kind of like a grassy vanilla, maybe with some coconut or floral overtones,” says author Mia P. Manansala of pandan, which flavors numerous Southeast Asian desserts. That includes Manansala's crinkle cookie recipe, which she shares ahead of an upcoming book.
After two more seasons of Endeavour, one premiering on PBS and WTTW in June and another currently in production, the series will end.
With summer around the corner and the return of festival season, we've got a round-up of some of the food festivals happening in Chicago and the suburbs in June. Have a taste of everything from beer and hard seltzer to vegan food and ribs.
The new PBS cooking competition show The Great American Recipe spotlights the stories and dishes of home cooks from across the country, and has The Great British Baking Show vibes, according to show judge Graham Elliot, who spoke to us about the series.
Suspicions against Jack and Vivien are piling up in the NSM, putting them both in danger, but Vivien is determined to acquire evidence to take down Colin Jordan, no matter the risk to her life.
Chicago-based Heray Spice works with a farmers' co-op in Afghanistan to support Afghan farmers while providing quality saffron to chefs and at-home cooks in the United States. CEO and co-founder Mohammad Salehi talks about his love for saffron and some of the challenges his company has faced since the Taliban took control of his home country last year.
"If I have a bad day, I cook," says Jane Reed, whose son Chris started the catering business Bumbu Roux with her to serve the Indonesian food of her youth and the Creole food of his father's. Try an Indonesian recipe from them here.
You might find yourself wondering while you watch Ridley Road: was there really a prominent neo-Nazi movement in England only seventeen years after Hitler was defeated in World War II? Believe it or not, there was.
Vivien grows ever closer to Colin Jordan, even as she is drawn into a violent march and the complicated relationship of Jordan's marriage. Sol is convinced to go to the police even though he doesn't trust them.
At the turn of the twentieth century, Chicago had the third-largest Czech population in the world, behind only Prague and Vienna. Czechs were deeply involved in the labor movement, politics, and more, as the producers of a new documentary on Czechs in Chicago explain.
Whereas once Chinatown leaders had to turn to Norwegian architects, now there are noteworthy buildings and sites by Asian architects throughout Chicagoland, from skyscrapers to a library to a synagogue. Geoffrey Baer explores some.