New Look and Giveaway!

Check out the new look! Eat Chic Chicago is officially online! It’s been a work in progress for about a month now and I am so happy to finally have it up and running for you all to see! In celebration I am going to start off with a giveaway! Don’t pass up this chance to be the lucky winner of an I Love Trader Joe’s Cookbook!


With fall in full swing and Halloween just around the corner, enter the contest by leaving a comment telling me what your favorite fall recipe is! I’ll select a winner from the list of comments and contact them via email. Don’t forget to let me know what you think of the site’s new look, too!


  1. I see others have commented via Facebook, but I’ll get the ball rolling here.

    The Barbacoa chili might be my favorite recipe of Fall 2011, judging by the crockpot-full that I’ve consumed since Sunday evening. (I couldn’t find kombu in my grocery store, but luckily the beans have digested rather … easily…)

    In general though, I’d have to go with green chile chicken stew made with authentic Hatch green chile as my favorite fall dish. Falling leaves, crisp air, football, green chile stew… What a season.

  2. I had fun with the allowed HTML tags and attributes in my prior comment.

    As for the new site, it’s look great. I’ll just pretend the URL is and continue my culinary stalking habits.

    How do I “Get in touch with you via Twitter or Facebook”. I don’t see links, but would love to follow an EatChic Facebook page so that new blog posts are pushed to my newsfeed.

    One piece of constructive criticism: The text when entering new comments is very difficult to read; the gray text doesn’t contrast enough with the background.

    • To connect with me via RSS, Facebook, Twitter is still a work in progress! It will be up soon (as soon as we can get Will on the project :)) I’ll see if I can change the text color to take care of that, thanks for letting me know! PS. Isn’t that Barbacoa chili addicting!? Thanks for the comments 🙂

  3. Obviously the Dr. Pepper ribs recipe you posted is a top weekend football BBQ choice!

    Never heard of hatch green chile that David mentioned. A New Mexico specialty, of course. Perhaps we’ll have to give it a shot! Could make for a great fall/winter transitional meal.

  4. I loved the Dr. Pepper ribs too…. They didn’t taste healthy… 🙂

    Other than that, I love making spicy pumpkin soup in the fall.

    The new website looks great!

  5. I just made the perfect fall salad! Brown rice, carmelized sweet potato, swiss chard, toasted almonds, dried cranberries with an orange-raspberry dressing. YUM!

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