Tired of street festivals yet? You will be by September.
Many people from the Mexican state of Jalisco live in Chicago. Some of them open restaurants and serve traditional Jalisciense food and drink: torta ahogada, birria, carne en su jugo and tequila.
The culinary minds of Oaxaca have contributed to a remarkable range of foods and drinks, perhaps most notably mole and mezcal. This is mezcal’s moment.
Calumet Fisheries, since 1928, has perched on the edge of the Calumet River, 95th at the bridge. It’s good to go in summer.
Building on the CSA business model, Sitka Salmon Shares is a CSF, a community supported fishery. You buy shares of a seasonal catch and receive a monthly supply.
Stuff to do in June…like you don’t have enough to do already. Sheesh.
It turns out that Hackney’s Printers Row was closing to make way for a new version of the old business, to be called Hax.
Do you like to do stuff? Here’s some stuff to do in May.
Roderick Markus finds exotic and wonderful ingredients most of us know nothing about but will soon eat.