Paul writes about how Scorsese’s Goodfellas inspired a dinner at Biaggi’s.
The Scent of Green Papaya is a great film to watch alongside a Vietnamese dinner from Xinh Xinh Cafe and stay in for the night.
Paul visits the ISR Dining Hall on the U of I's campus and tries lamb, Mousaka, paella, and more.
"On weekends, we make the best barbacoa in the area. We start on Friday and cook the meat for over six hours. We make both a pork and a goat version," says Alex Corado of El Progreso, a family-run Mexican store with locations in Urbana and Champaign.
What does food have to do with love? Everything, according to the movie Mr. Church.
The post-pandemic date night: a take-out dinner and a streaming movie in the comfort of your home. This week: In the Mood for Love and some exquisite dishes from Shanghai.
Paul visits the Meat Science Laboratory on campus and finds out more about the affordable meat, the lab practices, and most importantly, the man behind "Meat Mail."
Now that the weather is turning, nothing says Saturday like a hearty stew. In his, Paul explains why lamb makes for a formidable replacement for the traditional favorite — beef.
No beach in central Illinois, eh? Paul Young has the solution to get you as close as you can in the middle of cornfields.
Fly west for a couple few hours, and you'll land in Hawai'i, where you can find a really great dish called poke. Or, you can make it right here in Champaign-Urbana.
Just because it's Summer doesn't mean that it's time to stop with the soup. Paul's partner Bonnie cooks up cabbage right with this easy, robust ever-changing recipe.
In case you weren't looking, Champaign-Urbana has more than a few Korean joints to choose from. The best? Paul Young says it's B-Won.
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