Oct 152007
 

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Pasta is the big draw at Terragusto.

Pasta is the big draw at Terragusto.

Bridget and I make a return to the Chicago restaurant scene with our review of Terragusto, a rustic Italian eatery in Roscoe Village. Terragusto goes a long way to live by the organic, 100-mile-diet aesthetic, but can they successfully balance their food ideals with an ideal dining experience? Tune in to find out…

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Show Notes:
00:00 – 01:20 Organic
01:21 – 02:40 Grocery vibes
02:41 – 04:22 Testing the wine experience
04:23 – 05:09 Heat in the kitchen
05:10 – 06:00 Menu deconstruction
06:01 – 08:05 Antipasti
08:06 – 10:52 Shiny pasta
10:53 – 11:40 Salmon reflections
11:41 – 13:07 Bring on dessert
13:08 – 15:18 Ratings and sign-off

Terragusto
1851 W. Addison St.
Chicago, IL

Bridget rates Picasso 7/10
Tammy rates Picasso 5/10

Baked Fall Fruit Crespelle - one of Terragusto's seasonal desserts.

Baked Fall Fruit Crespelle - one of Terragusto's seasonal desserts.

Books referenced in this podcast:
Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan
Heat by Bill Buford

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