Deep Dish

Surviving the Hill

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For reasons I won’t attempt to detail in this column, University Hill proves to be a difficult place for many locally grown restaurants (and...

Back in vogue

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Corned beef was one of those foods that sat perennially in the pantry of my parent’s kitchen, opaque jelly covering pinkish meat in an...

Mumtaz Mediterranean Food offers a taste of the Levant

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Bear with me through a very abbreviated history of Lebanon. Situated in a region the Hebrew Bible calls Canaan — the land just west...

Steak, eggs, astronauts and bodybuilders

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Steak and eggs is one of the quintessential American breakfast dishes. It combines the unrivaled satisfaction of eating a juicy steak, a pleasure far...

Making it look simple

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A couple of months ago, Boulder Weekly’s John Lehndorff used his Nibbles column to note Lafayette’s burgeoning food scene. Heeding the sage food writer’s words,...

The wealth of dumplings

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Sometimes you just need some home-cooked food, but, you know, not at your own home. On Broadway, just across from Ideal Market, is Flower Pepper, a...

The end of typecasting for chicken salad

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Much like Steve Buscemi, chicken salad has long been typecast. It plays a supporting role in picnics and Sunday brunches, baby showers and corporate...

Best get the full rack

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A 2016 article in Restaurant Hospitality explored the rising popularity of the family-style restaurant model, the kind of places that encourage people to gather up...

The history of a sandwich

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A quick word of introduction: This will be, as are most things in life, a work in progress. But the goal of this column...

Bob’s in

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If you’re one of the lucky ones, Bob will be in when you are. Bob Thiele is the owner of B.O.B.’s Diner in Louisville....

Nostalgia and scallion pancakes

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I was raised in the South, which meant every Sunday my mother would force me into a petty coat, stockings, dress and patent leather Mary...

Apple pie, baseball and tacos

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I love tacos. I love their simplicity. They are the perfect street food: easy to prepare, filling, messy, delicious. This is no radical statement. It’s pretty...