Supper Club write up in the Chicago Reader

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I’m giggly excited about the Chicago Reader write up about the Supper Club that my husband are I are involved in. Our group met a year ago on a mushroom foraging trip lead by Iliana Regan of Elizabeth restaurant. We’re a bunch of people who love cooking, eating good food, and genuinely enjoy each other’s company. Since the beginning, the supper club themes varied (Ancient Roman, Viking, Victorian, Mesopotamia, Iron Chef: Sardine, etc.) and the food increasingly continues to improve due to newly learned techniques.

Additional pictures along with menus to the various themes are on our official Sup Club website.

Ciao Chow!

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Collection of Recent Articles/Happenings

I apologize for the randomness of this post but in the past few weeks, I came across a lot of good articles, dinners, happenings, etc. and I wanted to share!

Really enjoyed my recent meal at Thurk and La Sirena Clandestina; drinks at Scofflaw and The Office

Excited about the new website for the Sup Club I helped start

You really should check out Mitsuwa Marketplace not only for groceries (Wagyu, Berkshire pork, Monkfish liver) and Ramen in the food court

Just signed up for this monthly box delivery for a good cause

Chinese food boxes unfold to become plates!!

10 dining trends you need to know

The truth about olive oil found here

This mug is NOT ok

The Taste of Chicago added Food trucks

Thought this list was 1) helpful and 2) cute

Instagramming stranger’s food video prank = hilarious

Food related skit on SNL had me rollin

Oh Magnus. Only chicken can be chicken

EL Ideas received 3 Stars from Phil Vettel. Well deserved!

So proud of Elizabeth restaurant making it on Chicago Magazine’s list of 2013 best new Chicago restaurants

There’s going to be a beer festival in Wicker Park and Bucktown

Ramen!

Super cool TV show in the works about a Food Revolution in Chicago

FOODILY: “Food I love you”

Since we got our iPad, we have been finding new food related apps and websites that are useful. So far, my favorite recipe website has been FOODILY. After typing in an ingredient into the search bar, it pulls recipes from the bazillion food sites on the web and includes a picture and the source it came from. Then you can quickly scroll through the recipes and save them while you search. Another useful feature is customizing your search by including or excluding recipes with a specific ingredient. Sharing via Facebook and email is super easy as well. It’s smart, concise, colorful, and my new one and only recipe search tool!

Here’s a bonus tip: For a new way to quickly read a lot of information within a short amount of time, download the Pulse app to your phone or iPad. It changed the way I read my news every morning. Pulse takes your favorite websites and transforms them into a colorful mosaic. The app also makes it easy to share stories via email as well as Facebook, Twitter, etc.  Happy reading!