Thursday, May 29, 2008

Dine on WGN-TV

Dine’s executive chef, Chris Turano, made his live television debut yesterday on WGN-TV’s Noon News. Chef Chris prepared fresh Grilled Copper River Salmon, served with fresh corn, ramps, and fingerling potatoes.

Copper River Salmon is unique from other salmon in that it has a large amount of fat in the meat, and because of that, it self lubricates during cooking and is much easier to handle on the grill than other fish. The fish has about 7% higher fat content than farmed salmon and contains high amounts of omega 3 fatty acids, which help lower amounts of bad cholesterol.

In case you missed the segment, click here to see it for yourself.

Interested in dining at Dine? The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, and is running a special of the Copper River Salmon this weekend. For reservations, call (312) 602-2100 or visit
Photo credit: Catherine Patterson

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