By Sue Shekut, Owner, Working Well Massage, Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Wellness Coach, ACSM Personal Trainer
Want to find out about Chicago area restaurants, the best food is, reviews, recipes and more? Check out the Tasting Table here. I can’t say that all of their recipes and recommendation are healthy, but reading about food options in your city can give you more options for healthy eating.
What is Tasting Table?
According to their website, it is a free daily email that brings the best of food and drink culture to adventurous eaters in major U.S. Cities. Each weekday, Tasting Table send their subscribers a delicious idea about dining, wine, cocktails, cooking or restaurant personalities. Tasting Table feeds you only first-hand recommendations that they have tested thoroughly themselves—one bite at a time.
In their local editions in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Washington D.C., they’ll alert you to a must-try dish at a forgotten restaurant, a hot new bar, under-appreciated shops for cooks and neighborhood food stores.
The national edition, Tasting Table National, keeps you up to date about the most interesting dining trends and the best new wines, spirits and cocktails around the country. They’ll direct you to essential new websites, kitchen tools and ingredients. And if you like to travel Tasting Table will cover that, too, with weekly updates about where to eat on the road and how to plan your next food-driven vacation.
Twice a week, their other national edition, Tasting Table Chefs’ Recipes, serves up an exclusive recipe adapted and tested for you to cook at home. These recipes offer a behind-the-scenes bonus from the kitchens of America’s hottest new restaurants and a preview of recipes from the latest essential cookbooks.
Read this months offerings to find out what happened to Ukrainian Village eatery Dodo. Also read more about Joeys Shrimp House, Ruxbim and a slew of international restaurants.