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Chicago Gourmet 2010: Outstanding Food Made the Long Lines Worth It

For the second consecutive year, Chicago Gourmet brought together a staggering collection of some of Chicago's best chefs along with an impressive array of alcohol manufacturers and full days of cooking demonstrations. While there were some logistical problems that resulted in inexcusably long lines at times, the variety and quality of food made the waits well worth it. More

The Other CHoW

Not to be confused with the food media site, this CHoW is an acronym for the Culinary Historians of Washington. The club meets monthly to get their geek on about topics like sugar science, orange juice's history, and solar cooking. At February's monthly meeting, members heard from guest speaker Brenda Rhodes Miller, who gave an insightful talk titled, "If You Don't Want Grits, Why'd You Order Breakfast? Church Ladies as Custodians of Culture and Tradition." Foodie history buffs might be the coolest class of nerd that exists. Luckily, Washington isn't the only town with a club like this one. See if there's one near you after the jump.... More

Adam 'Amateur Gourmet' Roberts Reading

We just got word here at Serious Eats world headquarters that SE contributing editor Adam "The Amateur Gourmet" Roberts will be reading his piece "The Food Bully" at a reading series tomorrow evening. Details, Details, Details What: The food lit series Talking With Your Mouth Full, "an evening of food readings to make you drool." When: Thursday, February 22, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Where: Jimmy's, 43 East 7th Street, New York City [map] Cost: $10 per person. Reservation required; email var tg=' var name='chloe.lc'; var at='@'; var host1='ma'; var host2='c.com'; var text='Chloe'; document.write(tg+'a hr'+'ef=mai'+'lto:'+name); document.write(at+host1+host2+'>'+text+tg+'/a>'); --> or call 212-799-8075... More

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