The cold outside might make you think that farmers’ market season is over, but there are plenty of ways to purchase locally grown and regionally-created food year round. Here are a few upcoming possibilities. Plant Chicago in Back of the Yards offers year-round indoor markets, usually scheduled biweekly, with a limited number of vendors inside […]
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But you have just a few chances this week to try it.
Wisconsin’s Baked Cheese Haus makes epic melted raclette sandwiches.
At the Fifty/50 Group’s latest spot, Chris Davies and Chris Teixeira been given a more prominent stage in the Loop.
Illinois’s dairy heritage has been resurrected by a former pencil pusher who just wanted healthy milk for his family.
Asking Tony Anteliz of Cemitas Puebla about the pungent green herb on his Mexican sandwiches
What to do now that summer is officially here
Events including an AIDS benefit, a benefit BBQ for recently flooded Acadia, a Fourth of July picnic inside Intro, a chance to eat food by Sam Kass, and more.
Where to find the good stuff
Big Jones Cookbook has a release party, the Reader sponsors a Lake FX panel on local food, and other events happening soon.
North Pond chef Bruce Sherman talks about the way chefs and farmers interact at the Green City Market as new green things from spring get ready to appear.
Nearly two centuries of Chicago’s culinary milestones, from its first lunch counter to its first Olive Garden
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