Thursday, July 26, 2012
Culinary stars Andrew Brochu (from left), Heather Terhune and David Beran (David Beran photo via Time Out Chicago)
Miracle Whip—that's right, the delicious, mayo-like stuff—hooks up with three local culinary stars for a food truck event that you don't want to miss.
They've teamed up with David Beran (Next), Andrew Brochu (graham elliot) and Heather Terhune (Sable Kitchen & Bar) to roll around town next week in the Miracle Whip. For three days, they'll create original recipes using Miracle Whip as the key ingredient. All dishes will be complimentary, but they will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Here's the schedule:
Grass Fed interior (Photo: Grass Fed)
An Ultimate Insider contacted 312DD Thursday with some curious information that the newly opened Bucktown steakhouse Grass Fed may already be in trouble.
"I'm hearing the entire staff walked out, including the chef," he said.
Now, this is a restaurant that just opened on July 21. This story is starting to sound like the saga of the ill-fated Black Sheep.
Of course I made several calls to the restaurant for comment, but weirdly there was a constant busy signal, so I couldn't get through.
UPDATE: Here's a statement from owner Scott Kay: