This program takes us to new heights as master baker Michael Mikusch raises our spirits and gives us food for thought with his savory and sometimes crusty comments about the beloved bread of his homeland.
I first met Hank Shaw, a rifle-packing Renaissance man, not through his own fine food blog (Hunter Angler Gardener Cook), but through that of his friend and neighbor's, the wildly widely read Simply Recipes.
Journalist Lucius Beebe once remarked that it had taken “a stout heart and a sound stomach” to create a magazine of good living in 1941 as the Depression ended and Americans entered World War II. The success of Gourmet, however, depended even more on sound strategizing.
Jennifer Steele, perhaps better known by her alias "Serafine LaCroix," combines two pretty sexy worlds—poetry and burlesque. LaCroix is part of the Chicago Poetry Brothel, where she recites her poems alongside a mix of blues music and intimate dancing.