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Monday Night Foodball

It’s chicken and waffle night at Monday Night Foodball

Check out Avrom Farm’s pastured poultry menu, at the Reader’s weekly chef pop-up at the Kedzie Inn.

The chickens roam freely over the pastures at Avrom Farm in Ripon, Wisconsin. But you might have spotted them in the wild this season at the Green City or Wicker Park farmers’ markets, where they nest on warm buckwheat waffles battered with their own eggs. This Wednesday they’re flocking to Irving Park for Monday Night Foodball, the Reader’s weekly pop-up…

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