For those who love Vietnamese food, Xinh Xinh Cafe is more than a welcome addition to Champaign-Urbana — it is a gift.
Don't bother with a jar of old soggy sauerkraut from the store. You can make your own fresh. The difference is staggering.
Zack Grant leads a new effort to grow food for U of I students on U of I land. Will feeding students local produce make them more involved in sustainable agriculture?
When the brothers Davis and their in-laws found that the old Fat City was sitting vacant last year, they decided to offer a new spin on a C-U tradition.
Eating locally = eating healthy = keeping your New Year's resolution alive.
Matt Fender talks about the health benefits of beer in this week's Hop Politely.
A recession is here, and in case a depression is coming, Anna Barnes lets us in on a little secret to beat down that big grocery bill. Behold, The Lentil.
Wine Punk starts a series examining different varieties of grapes by taking a closer look at one of his favorites.
Lisa Bralts-Kelly gets into "Backyard Mode" a bit early this year and encourages gardeners to swap seeds and stories at the First Annual Groundhog Day Eve Seed Swap.
In 1997, the city of Champaign changed its laws to ban the raising of hens in backyards. Locally raised eggs have more than a few benefits. Anna Barnes explains the importance of changing the code back.
Taco Loco has grown up from being a little known taco shop in Mahomet to a big-time taqueria in the North Prospect Ave. shopping district. And for a local business, that's saying a lot.
Looking for a great place to dine? Interested in where to find the best cocktails? Want to know the latest news on restaurant and bar openings? Our Food & Drink Section should always be your first place to look.