From Too Many Chefs -

March 7, 2004
A Cook's Guide to Chicago

Marilyn Pocius has written the definitive book to aid us Chicago-area would-be-chefs in our search for ingredients, equipment, and services. Do you know where to get good fish in the city? How about where to get your knives sharpened? Are you looking for a good Korean supermarket? It's all in A Cook's Guide to Chicago.

Thanks to this book, I now have a lead on procuring the much-dreaded durian. Highly recommended. I hope she keeps the book up-to-date.

Posted by Barrett in Maryland at March 7, 2004 1:55 PM | TrackBack

What does she say about finding fava beans in Chicago??

Posted by Meg in Paris on March 7, 2004 at 2:10 PM

She says I have a smart-ass co-writer.

Actually, she suggests Italian or Mexican grocery stores. The curse of living in Yup-ville.

Posted by Barrett on March 7, 2004 at 3:27 PM