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Top 10 Chicago restaurant recipes of 2010

Geja’s classic cheese fondue.

Geja’s classic cheese fondue, readers' most popular recipe of 2010.

We’re almost at the end of the 2010, so here are the top 10 most-popular recipes of the past year from Dining Chicago’s weekly “Eat this!” column, where we highlight classic, unique and seasonal dishes prepared by Chicago-area chefs.

Happy cooking! What would you like to see in 2011?

  1. Geja’s Cafe, Lincoln Park: Classic cheese fondue

  2. RB Grille, River North: Seafood Cobb salad

  3. Vintage 338, Lincoln Park: Caprese salad

  4. Wave, Streeterville: Longganisa, Filipino breakfast sausage

  5. Texas de Brazil, River North and Schaumburg: Feijoada, Brazilian black bean stew

  6. Elate, River North: Spinach salad skewer with chicharron, molten egg and creme

  7. Las Palmas, Wicker Park: La calabeza rellena, oven-roasted acorn squash stuffed with artichokes, green peas, chile de arbol, mushrooms and saffron rice

  8. Big Jones, Andersonville: Southern-style pickles and relishes

  9. Le Titi de Paris, Arlington Heights, and State and Lake, Loop: Cassoulet, French bean casserole

  10. Piccolo Sogno, West Town: La Ribollita, Tuscan thrice-cooked bread and vegetable ‘soup’