Anyone up for a trip to the Chicago History Museum on April 22? The last time I went to a talk there it was to see Audrey Niffenegger speak about the Time Traveler's Wife (a very favorite novel here at TKTC). It was awesome and I signed up for their alerts...something I would recommend even though I usually hate giving out my personal email address.
The Local Option
Tuesday, April 22, 7:00 p.m.
In honor of Earth Day and Chicago’s efforts to go green, join us as we discuss all things local and organic. What does organic and all-natural really mean? How can I support local growers? What is a "locavore" and how can I become one? And what are area businesses doing to improve our food options and assist the local farmer? Featuring Rick Bayless of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo, Sarah Stegner of Prairie Grass Café, and Dave Cleverdon, farmer and owner of Kinnikinnick Farm and Green City Market board member. Moderated by Dimitra Tasiouras, Program Director of the Illinois Humanities Council.
$10; $8 members.
In still more To Kiss the Cook news, I'm going to Club Lucky for dinner tonight. Now how do you like them apples?