What better time than summer to catch up on some of the best food writing you missed over the last year? The Food Book Club—sponsored by Slow Food Chicago and Graze magazine—is here for you.
For our July 14 gathering, we're going to discuss a selection of works curated byGraze magazine, including fiction, nonfiction and more. We'll share the works on our Facebook page over the next few weeks, so you can leisurely read them while you're out and about savoring your summer—at the beach, perhaps, or lounging on a picnic blanket in the park?
As always, the Food Book Club is FREE to attend, drinks can be purchased at Beermiscuous, and BYO-snacks are encouraged!
Our readings are:
"Chicken of the Trees" by Mike Sula of the Chicago Reader
"A Toast Story" by John Gravois of Pacific Standard
"Old School" by Cynthia C. Scott of Graze
"The Empanada Theory" by Lauren Clem of Graze
"The Quinoa Quarrel" by Lisa M. Hamilton of Harper's