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A New Proposal Could Protect Farmworkers From Deportation

The "blue card" system would help keep families together, and create a path to citizenship This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Undocumented farmworkers are the backbone of the United States’ agriculture industry, a situation that has long posed numerous challenges for these workers, their families, and employers. Show More Summary

Put down that wine cork: Why sniffing gets you nowhere

We love to smell things, those of us who land on the wine and food spectrum somewhere between "Interested In" and "Obsessed With." Smelling is a huge part of our pastime. Just about everybody gives wine a sniff, and lots of others have no problem lowering their faces above recently-set-down dishes...

Gordon Ramsay Ruthlessly Slams Chrissy Teigen's Food, but He Means Well

One of Gordon Ramsay's favorite things to do lately is criticize the hell out of people's food on Twitter. Things took a hilarious turn on an episode of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen when Gordon shifted from critiquing "regular" people's dishes to celebrities' dishes, including food made by Chrissy Teigen and Martha Stewart. Show More Summary

Starbucks's New Summer Iced Teas Are Vacation in a Cup

Starbucks is introducing new iced tea flavors for Summer, plus a way to get them for free! Starbucks's new Summer-cocktail-inspired Teavana Tea flavors are Strawberry Daiquiri, Piña Colada, and Mandarin Mimosa. Along with the new flavors,...Show More Summary

Sportsman's Club to host Backyard BBQ parties with Bad Hunter, Quiote, Monteverde, more

The summer in Chicago is creeping closer, which means so is one of our city's best warm-weather events: the Sunday Backyard BBQ series at Sportsman’s Club. Starting this Sunday, May 28, and continuing every Sunday throughout the summer, the series invites a different restaurant to the Sportsman's...

Watch: How to Have a Fancy Brunch When You’re Stuck in the Office

You will be the envy of your co-workers Now that I work in an office instead of a kitchen, cooking options are limited. This edition of You Can Do This is here to address just that. Using only what’s available in my current office, I wanted to tackle dishes that seem out of reach. Show More Summary

Understanding Why The Bruery Sold To Private Equity

I’ll never forget meeting Patrick Rue, his wife Rachel and his father Mike at a premiere tasting at my local Whole Foods back i… The post Understanding Why The Bruery Sold To Private Equity appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Smog City Brewing 4th Anniversary Photographs

The Full Pint was on hand for an intimate beer event known as Smog City Brewing’s 4th Anniversary. Smog City Celebrated their … The post Smog City Brewing 4th Anniversary Photographs appeared first on thefullpint.com.

Memorial Day Condiments

Spicy mustards, tangy ketchups, and more condiments to complete your meal.

Off the Menu: 180 Tenth by Smorgasburg Opens at the High Line Hotel

A rooftop bar from Dale Talde, Empellón Cocina closes, and other restaurant news.

Pinterest Launches That ‘Shazam for Food’ Feature From HBO’s Silicon Valley

The '“dish recognition" feature sounds an awful lot like SeeFood app from the hit comedy

Extra Crispy’s Bacon Critic Names the Best Bacon in America

Plus, all the food news to know today Reminder: Breakfast-focused food site Extra Crispy employs a bacon critic, and here’s his list of the Best (and Worst) Bacon in America. Scott Gold actually has several “bests,” giving shout-outs...Show More Summary

Airport Breakfasts Are Pretty Much Terrible. Here’s How Chefs Handle It.

Practical (and not-so-practical) advice from Mario Batali, David Chang, and more As if going through TSA security procedures before 9 a.m. wasn’t undignified enough, airports do not have breakfast figured out. At all. I can get downShow More Summary

Man Dies From Eating Gas Station Nacho Cheese

Nine other people have been hospitalized A California man has died — and nine other people have been hospitalized — in the wake of an outbreak of botulism, a rare foodborne poisoning caused by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The...Show More Summary

Shop, Sip And Sail

We joined a pack of fashion and lifestyle bloggers recently for a night of festivities and fun at the invite of Cambridgeside Galleria, which is undergoing a major multimillion dollar overhaul. It began with a scavenger hunt throughout the mall. Show More Summary

When creating a new whiskey, Angel's path a good one to follow

Boondocks Whiskey is a brand developed in part by a whiskey world giant using sourced whiskey. If the story sounds familiar, that's because it is. Boondocks is pulling a page straight from Angel's Envy's playbook. Where Angel's Envy was created by legendary Brown-Forman master distiller Lincoln...

Celadon tea cups by Jacob Bodilly

Green and light blue celadon cups by Jacob Bodilly I'm pleased to introduce 2 types of celadon cups made by a British ceramist artist, Jacob Bodilly. He's a good friend of Michel François who also made tea ware for me in the past (like the bowl next to the cups). Show More Summary

Pasta-focused Daisies opens June 7 in Logan Square

Daisies, the pasta-focused restaurant coming to Logan Square, now has an opening date: June 7. As we previously reported, the kitchen will be run by Joe Frillman, who has worked at a number of acclaimed local restaurants, including Balena, The Bristol and Perennial Virant. The menu will focus on...

Chicago bartender wins national Speed Rack competition

Chicagoans are racking up a lot of awards these days — from a newly minted Iron Chef (Stephanie Izard), to best restaurant city (according to Conde Nast Traveler), to best restaurant (Topolobampo) — so it’s almost no surprise to add another feather in our cap: Bartender Mony Bunni took home the...

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