It’s an all-Windy City lineup for this episode. We begin with a conversation with Diana Dávila, recent winner of Food & Wine Best New Chef 1018. She is the chef-owner of Mi Tocaya Antojería, the Logan Square restaurant that’s the epicenter of contemporary Mexican cooking in Chicago. Diana grew up in a restaurant family, and realized that her true life’s calling was in the kitchen after “hearing the sauce” and heeding its call. Na’el Shehade and Via Rosa make up Drama, the talented R&B/dance duo whose musical stylings the Chicago Tribune defined as, “…a more danceable version of The xx’s haunting, minimalist masterpieces mixed with the sensuality of Sade.” They join us in-studio for a live performance.
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