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The mini cheeseburgers are one of the many rotating entree options at Foodstuffs in Glencoe. Megan Bernard/22nd Century Media
Arrivadolce serves up a variety of flavors of gelato, and are available in a range of sizes, from small ($2.35) to a pint ($10.89). Erin Yarnall/22nd Century Media
Maevery Public House in Lake Bluff offers a side of brussel sprouts ($8), which are tossed with pecans and coated in ancho balsamic vinaigrette. Alyssa Groh/22nd Century Media
One of Marcello’s most popular pasta offerings is its penne pasta with tomato cream sauce ($13.95). Martin Carlino/22nd Century Media
The crostini at Wilmtte’s Convito Cafe & Market come in a variety of options including the caponata. Photo submitted
The Jenniper Salad has mixed greens, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, cucumber, roasted onion and goat cheese at Three Tarts Cafe in Northfield. Photo Submitted
Staff Report
12:53 am CST November 29, 2018

Calories don’t count this time of the year, right?

Although that’s likely a case of wishful thinking on our end, 22nd Century Media editors are taking that claim to heart.

On the heels of everyone’s favorite meal of the year, we’re taking it one step further, loosening our belts once more. And what better way to combat the horrible feeling of finishing off the last of your Thanksgiving leftovers than thinking about more food?