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  • Tribune Food Critic: Charlie Trotter 'Ceme...(03:58)
  • Phil Vettel, food critic at the Chicago Tribune, is a fixture on the Chicago food scene. He says that Chicago's food reputation was cemented by Charli...
  • Date: November 06, 2013
  • Source: WGN
  • Police Cracking Down on Chicago Food Truck...(01:26)
  • Chicago police are reportedly signing on to Twitter and Facebook to crack down on food truck vendors. The windy city has restrictions in place that do...
  • Date: May 02, 2012
  • Source: Mashable
  • Lunch Bus Delivers Meals to Kids Out of Sc...(01:14)
  • The Greater Chicago Food Depository offers kids a lunch program to combat hunger during the summer months. The green vans deliver about 100-150 meals ...
  • Date: August 19, 2014
  • Source: Associated Press
  • Chicago Man Makes Deliciously Authentic BB...(03:39)
  • As food trucks continue to boom in a still-developing Chicago food truck scene, one man has taken the route of barbecue, offering mouth watering pulle...
  • Date: August 19, 2013
  • Source: WGN
  • Green Restaurant Certification in Chicago(03:20)
  • Chicago’s food scene is going green -- one restaurant at a time. A destination known worldwide for its decadent cuisine, the windy city will soon be r...
  • Date: February 23, 2011
  • Source: ConsciousLivingTV
  • Chicago's Legendary Hot Doug's to Close(02:09)
  • The various stages of grief are playing out in Chicago as the owner of Hot Doug's announced he is planning on taking a "permanent vacation."
  • Date: May 07, 2014
  • Source: WGN
  • Grub Street Chicago: Cutting a Wheel of Pa...(07:26)
  • Jim Graziano shows us how he uses a hammer, a huge knife and piano wire to slice the 85-pound block of cheese at J.P. Graziano, the fourth-generation ...
  • Date: October 10, 2012
  • Source: nymag

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