CHICAGO Nightwood in Chicago, where a custom rotisserie laden with chickens, rabbits or pork racks turns over a live fire at dinner, attracting patrons to the seven-month-old upscale restaurant in the city’s Pilsen neighborhood. —What goes around comes around. It’s a truism at Jason Hammel, executive chef and owner along with his wife Amalea Tshilds, described the couple as “big fans” of cooking foods slowly at low temperatures. ...

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