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Adventures in Urban Eating: Steve Dolinsky's podcast

by Chicago Public Media and Steve Dolinsky

Interviews, reports and lively discussions with the world's top food and wine experts. Hosted by the 12-time James Beard Award winning Chicago-based food journalist who is always curious about what we eat and drink.


Podcast: West Town Tavern cookbook authors talk Spring food & wine inspiration

0s · Published 23 Mar 16:00
West Town Tavern book.mp3Susan and Drew Goss (pictured) have been fixtures on the Chicago food scene for as long as I can remember.

Podcast: how do you prepare to cook dinner at The James Beard House?

0s · Published 10 Jan 18:00
Dirk Flanigan is a busy guy these days.

Editor of Julia Child's personal letters reveals all

0s · Published 08 Dec 22:00
Chicagoan Joan Reardon has spent the past few years pouring over the personal letters between Julia Child and her penpal/friend Avis DeVoto. If it wasn't for DeVoto, Child's seminal book, Mastering the Art of French Cooking might have never reached bookshelves.

Michelin Guide Director on Yelper-gate leak: Not a big deal, "it just actually screwed up my day off here."

0s · Published 19 Nov 18:00
It wasn't exactly an Oprah-on-James Frey-intensity interview, but the 15 minutes I spent with Michelin Guide Director Jean-Luc Naret still didn't have him apologizing for any of the perceived inconsistencies from this year's first-ever Chicago edition, but rather, defending his group of inspectors a

Vegas 2.0: Podcast interview with one of Sin City's top chefs

0s · Published 17 Nov 17:32
Paul Bartolotta has had success pretty much everywhere he's ever worked.

Podcast interview with author of "The Essential New York Times Cookbook"

0s · Published 15 Nov 20:00
Amanda Hesser has written for The New York Times for years. She's currently an Editor for the Sunday Magazine, but has also spent the past five years sorting through the Times' extensive archives (back more than 150 years) and pulling together the greatest recipes, ever.

WGN program boss: 'It's possible to screw things up'

0s · Published 14 May 05:00
Kevin MethenyWell, it's nice to know there's at least one thing the notorious program director of WGN-AM (720) and his critics can agree on: He very well may be screwing things up at the Tribune Co.-owned news/talk station.Kevin "Pig Virus" Metheny, the man who's

Thursday Podcast: The Modern Mixologist

0s · Published 11 Mar 13:00
I've been a recreational cocktail enthusiast for the past year or so, and I continue to be drawn to these new compendiums about our cocktail culture. Whereas Dale DeGroff is considered one of the Masters, Tony Abou-Ganim is certainly on par with the best of the best in the U.S. these days.

Thursday Podcast: Stirring it up with Barbara Lynch

0s · Published 04 Mar 13:00
Barbara Lynch loves vegetables. She'll eat pretty much anything from the ground that's been harvested or picked by some local farmer. But she's also a savvy restaurateur and one of the most talented chefs - male or female - in the country.

Thursday Podcast: After 10 Years, Bin 36 Gets Cheesy

0s · Published 25 Feb 13:00
Bin 36 in North River (photo by Steve Dolinsky)Dan Sachs and his partners had seen enough. Like a 50-something housewife in Orange County who's seen too much sun, his beloved Bin 36 desperately needed a facelift.

Adventures in Urban Eating: Steve Dolinsky's podcast has 13 episodes in total of explicit content. Total playtime is 0:00. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on July 26th 2022. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on February 26th, 2024 07:46.

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