Dream of sushi and eat it too, at a tasting of traditional Japanese cuisine and sake at Kendall College. Chef Yuji Hayashi will demonstrate the breakdown of a flounder into a sashimi platter and the making of the classic clear clam soup with clam dumplings.
For Memorial Day weekend coming up, please allow me to offer you a visual and audio movable feast from the recent Greater Midwest Foodways Alliance symposium "Road Food: Exploring the Midwest One Bite at a Time."
Well. Having NATO in town is turning out to be interesting. Including the arrest of three protestors accused of possessing bomb-making equipment—which their lawyers say is actually beer-making equipment.
Word on the street is that clowns will be protesting the NATO Summit this week. No, real clowns—as in scary white makeup, colorful wigs, and big red noses. And as if that's not frightening enough, they say they will be armed with pies.