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            Taste

            Your guide to eating, drinking and cooking in Chicago.

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            ‘America’s Test Kitchen’ celebrating 20 years on TV — and new online following

            Taping on this season’s 26 episodes were completed before the coronavirus epidemic forced a widespread shutdown of TV and movie production.

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            Joanna Gaines finds her ‘most comforting’ moments in the kitchen in new cookbook, series

            Her new cookbook offers comfort foods like pecan pancakes — a favorite of Gaines and the children — casseroles, soups and desserts, including French silk pie, which she makes on a weekly basis.

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            Wild game: Smoked inner loins come in “Braising the Wild”

            In "Braising the Wild" this week, Jack Hennessy brings Smoked Inner Loins: Just What The Doctor Ordered

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            Edgewater restaurant owners offer free meals, ‘beacon of normalcy’ during the pandemic

            Mike Bancroft and Anne Kostroski of Sauce and Bread Kitchen have given hundreds of free meals to unemployed restaurant workers as well as artists, doctors and others in need.

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            Tyler Perry pays for groceries during ‘senior hours’ in New Orleans, Atlanta

            Perry paid it forward at 29 Winn-Dixie stores across Louisiana and at 44 Kroger stores in Atlanta, where he resides.

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            Menu planner: Try some tasty All-American portobello ‘cheeseburgers’

            Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

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            Passover in quarantine: Everything you need to know about hosting a ‘virtual’ seder

            The Passover story, with its focus on plagues and hardship, feels particularly poignant in an age of the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Chef Jenner Tomaska launches live auction to benefit Hyde Park first responders, restaurant employees

            Hyde Park first responders and employees of Virtue Restaurant are expected to benefit from the 24-hour Instagram Live auction.

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            Wisconsin farmers forced to dispose of milk as coronavirus slams dairy industry

            Dairy farmers, whose product is highly perishable, are seeing processing plants close or curb production, forcing them to flush their milk down the drain if there’s no other buyer.

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            Wild game: Right time, enough time, to learn to make 上海11选5走势图made venison jerky, in “Braising the Wild”

            Jack Hennessy takes on 上海11选5走势图made venison jerky, something you have time to do right now, in "Braising the Wild"

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            Why health experts aren’t warning about coronavirus in food

            There’s no evidence yet that COVID-19 sickens people through their digestive systems, though the virus has been detected in the feces of infected people.

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            The sweet potato — how yummy and healthy it is

            Compared with white- and yellow-fleshed potato varieties, orange-fleshed sweet potatoes are a good source of dietary fiber and antioxidants.

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            Menu planner: Baked brown rice with roasted red peppers perfect for a meatless dinner

            Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

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            OpenTable launches tool to reserve grocery store shopping times

            So just as you’d make a restaurant reservation on the app, you can now reserve a time to grocery shop.

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            Soy-rich foods, especially tofu, may help lower heart disease risk

            Foods rich in isoflavones — an estrogen-like substance made by soy plants — could lower risk of heart disease, particularly in younger and postmenopausal women, new research says.

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            Palmer House chocolate brownie recipe — Classic treat is easy to make at 上海11选5走势图

            With all of us staying at 上海11选5走势图, spending more time in the kitchen and looking for recipes that are easy to follow (not to mention fun to make with the kids), here’s the Palmer House’s recipe (more than a century old) for the chocolate brownie.

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            Chef Rick Bayless launches program to help laid-off Chicago restaurant workers

            Bayless will pay laid-off workers to make 30-pound boxes of food, including produce, bread and meat. The boxes will be available for pickup at restaurants throughout the city.

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            McDonald’s temporarily ending all-day breakfast, streamlining menu during pandemic

            McDonald’s company-owned stores closed their dining rooms and moved to drive-thru, takeout and delivery service only on March 16. Most franchisees have followed.

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            Big Star relief program serving up free meals, groceries to out-of-work restaurant workers

            The initiative is providing to-go dinners and bags filled with non-perishable items and pantry staples to the Chicago area’s kitchen crews, waiters and other staffers.

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            Wild game: Lemon-Glazed Vanilla Honey Duck starts a theme in “Braising the Wild”

            Jack Hennessy starts a theme for several weeks in "Braising the Wild" with Lemon-Glazed Vanilla Honey Duck.

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            Peeps production stops, but Easter stock already shipped to retailers

            The Bethlehem, Pennsylvania-based Just Born confections company said its production facilities there and in Philadelphia closed Wednesday through April 7.

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            Coronavirus: Starbucks giving free coffee to healthcare workers, first responders

            Starbucks also said the Starbucks Foundation is donating $500,000 for care packages and medical equipment for U.S. frontline responders.

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            Liquor delivery apps doing brisk business amid the coronavirus pandemic

            Amid the shelter-in-place order instituted by Gov. J.B. Pritzker last week due to the coronavirus pandemic, Chicago shoppers flooded local delivery apps to get their booze.

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            Menu planner: Your guests will want more servings of zesty shrimp with garlic and tomatoes

            Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

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            Some food delivery apps seeing a ‘definite uptick’ due to coronavirus pandemic

            Woodlawn’s Daley’s Restaurant is taking the road less traveled by extending their hours and offering discounts via social media, despite business being down 85%.

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            Coronavirus quarantine recipes: Getting back into the kitchen

            Whether you’re hunkering down out of an abundance of caution or self-quarantining for good reason, cooking at 上海11选5走势图 is something we all can do.

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            Starbucks closing cafe-only stores, moves to drive-thru and delivery amid coronavirus outbreak

            The company said it is keeping select locations in and around hospitals and health care facilities, as well as licensed stores (the ones inside grocery stores like Target) open.

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            Neighbors aid neighbors during coronavirus pandemic: ‘Sometimes just that little bit will help’

            From delivering care packages for seniors to cooking meals for laid-off workers and neighbors, community groups and individuals are lending a hand as the outbreak brings the city to a halt.

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            With dining rooms closed, Edgewater eateries hosting ‘virtual’ restaurant week

            Amid the coronavirus pandemic and its devastating toll on the restaurant industry, the 10-day, online-only/phone event is promoting take-out and delivery options from 27 neighborhood establishments.

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            Wild game: Bourbon Glazed Quail in “Braising the Wild” and revisiting spatchcocking

            Jack Hennessy brings Bourbon Glazed Quail to "Braising the Wild" and revisits spatchcocking..

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            Hard work, prayer and carry-out

            Chicago area restaurants face open-ended struggle to survive the coronavirus shutdown.

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            With no drinks to pour, bar owners and staff turn to the public for help during closure

            As nightlife and hospitality workers grapple with an uncertain new reality amid the coronavirus shutdown, pleas for financial help have popped up all over the internet.

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            March 18 Menu planner: Top off your meal with green ombre cupcakes

            Thinking ahead to your next few meals? Here are some main dishes and sides to try.

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            Lightfoot: Relief package in the works for city restaurants forced to close dining rooms

            The Illinois Restaurant Association is working with Lightfoot and Gov. J.B. Pritzker to identify money to help restaurant owners make payroll during the crisis so employees can pay their mortgages or rent.