Eat & Drink

For children with visual impairment, food is a way to explore their other senses

For the kids in Classroom 4 at the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired — all visually impaired, most with multiple disabilities and some unable to eat by mouth — food is a way to explore their other senses and enjoy a feeling of trust and community.

Eating for Life

Easy Cioppino is a traditional San Francisco seafood stew

Eating for Life’s Easy Cioppino traces its origins to Italian-American fishermen. Seafood — fish and shrimp in this case — swim in a rich, flavorful tomato broth. Some chefs add garlic, celery and onion. Our recipe adds zucchini, then garnishes the stew with spinach instead of parsley for a bump in nutrition.

Cooking 101

Traditional Italian porchetta gets a Kansas City twist

Porchetta is a traditional Italian dish that consists of layering pork belly with herbs and spices and pork loin, rolling it up, then roasting it in the oven. Jeff Toohey, a second-year student in the Johnson County Community College’s Chef Apprentice and Food and Beverage Management programs, calls his version of this classic dish “Kansas City-fied.”

Come Into My Kitchen

Ann Davis’ Oatmeal cookie recipe contains lots of flavor

Ann Davis’ Brookside kitchen really heats up when she creates nutritious meals for her firefighter husband, Stephen, and their two sons, Owen, 9, and Eli, 8. Davis is a pediatric psychologist and director of the Center for Children’s Healthy Lifestyles & Nutrition at the University of Kansas Medical Center/Children’s Mercy, Kansas City.

Artego puts a modern spin on local pizza in the 39th Street neighborhood

Artego Pizza at 900 W. 39th St. offers a different spin on local pizza in a neighborhood that has seen the ghost of restaurants past. When planning Artego, owner Joe Perez wanted to infuse some local feeling into the pizza experience. From the neighborhood to the ingredients, local can take on many different manifestations in a restaurant.

Artego puts a modern spin on local pizza in the 39th Street neighborhood

Artego Pizza at 900 W. 39th St. offers a different spin on local pizza in a neighborhood that has seen the ghost of restaurants past. When planning Artego, owner Joe Perez wanted to infuse some local feeling into the pizza experience. From the neighborhood to the ingredients, local can take on many different manifestations in a restaurant.

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Easy Cioppino is a traditional San Francisco seafood stew

Eating for Life’s Easy Cioppino traces its origins to Italian-American fishermen. Seafood — fish and shrimp in this case — swim in a rich, flavorful tomato broth. Some chefs add garlic, celery and onion. Our recipe adds zucchini, then garnishes the stew with spinach instead of parsley for a bump in nutrition.

Traditional Italian porchetta gets a Kansas City twist

Porchetta is a traditional Italian dish that consists of layering pork belly with herbs and spices and pork loin, rolling it up, then roasting it in the oven. Jeff Toohey, a second-year student in the Johnson County Community College’s Chef Apprentice and Food and Beverage Management programs, calls his version of this classic dish “Kansas City-fied.”

Tilted Kilt opens in Overland Park

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, a Celtic-themed sports bar chain known for its scantily clad servers, has opened its first area location in Overland Park. The area franchisee also plans to open two more Tilted Kilt locations in the Kansas City region.

Easy Cioppino is a traditional San Francisco seafood stew

Eating for Life’s Easy Cioppino traces its origins to Italian-American fishermen. Seafood — fish and shrimp in this case — swim in a rich, flavorful tomato broth. Some chefs add garlic, celery and onion. Our recipe adds zucchini, then garnishes the stew with spinach instead of parsley for a bump in nutrition.

Traditional Italian porchetta gets a Kansas City twist

Porchetta is a traditional Italian dish that consists of layering pork belly with herbs and spices and pork loin, rolling it up, then roasting it in the oven. Jeff Toohey, a second-year student in the Johnson County Community College’s Chef Apprentice and Food and Beverage Management programs, calls his version of this classic dish “Kansas City-fied.”

Tilted Kilt opens in Overland Park

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, a Celtic-themed sports bar chain known for its scantily clad servers, has opened its first area location in Overland Park. The area franchisee also plans to open two more Tilted Kilt locations in the Kansas City region.

Eat & Drink

Jeneé Osterheldt

Roasterie Factory Cafe perks up your happy hour

Friday nights when the work week ends are usually about cocktails, but the Roasterie Factory Cafe’s coffee happy hour is the perfect way to jump-start your weekend. The Roasterie’s Leawood location is lovely when you’re out shopping in the burbs. And the Brookside location is hustle and bustle. But the Factory has more of a lounge vibe.