Walk the farm with Hendrick House Farm Director Ann Swanson as she shares about the 15,000 pounds of produce the farm grows annually for C-U, her fine dining experiences, and her goal to reform the food at institutional kitchens.
"I didn't want the Espressos to just die off after working for them for so long," says Doug McCarver, who rescued all of C-U's closing Espresso Royales including the Krannert View location where he worked as a barista in the 1980s.
Alyssa reviews Huaraches Moroleon's huarache, alpastoricito, barbacoa tacos, and more.
After watching the Jamaican film The Harder They Come, Paul enjoyed jerk chicken and more from Caribbean Grill.
This May, Alyssa shares a pastrami sandwich, pulled pork from Sooie Bros, a coffee cocktail, drinks from a dive bar, and a half dozen donuts.
Nina reviews four pizzas from the wood-fired pizza truck Flour and Fire.
Julia tries fresh and fruity acai bowls plus a loaded toast at Just Bee Açaí’s new location in the Illini Union.
Here is a list of tasty cannabis-infused gummies, dark chocolate, and more — and where to find them in Champaign-Urbana.
From Black Dog's smoked wings to saucy Zambian wings at Stango, here are five places to get delicious chicken wings in C-U.
Four very different pizzas whittled down to just two still very different pizzas. Take your pick as we've reached the Championship matchup between two mainstay spots in C-U.
Alyssa tries Mama Meta's Canteen, the new ghost kitchen in Champaign serving African-inspired, American-influenced food.
"People who are fed think better, can make better decisions. That's our real goal, and that's what unites people...It's: feed the hungry," Ruth Ann Evans, a volunteer at the Daily Bread Soup Kitchen says.
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