2 Area Winter Markets – Nov 8 & 9

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November 4, 2008 at 1:36 pm

This weekend brings the Chicago area the first of two winter markets organized by the team at the Churches Center for Land & People.

  • Chicago / Beverly – Saturday November 8, 2008 – 9am to 1pm – - Church of the Holy Nativity – 9300 S. Pleasant Ave.. Chicago, IL 60643 
  • Elgin – Sunday November 9, 2008 – 1pm to 3pm – Unitarian Universalist Church of Elgin
    39W830 Highland Ave., Elgin, IL 60124

A wide variety of local foodstuffs should be available at these markets:

• Grass- & grain-fed beef
• Pastured pork
• Free-range chicken
• Mushrooms
• Milled flour & cornmeal
• Goats’ milk soap
• Natural tilapia
• Honey
• Basil & other herbs
• Swiss chard, lettuce, kale & other greens
• Onions, garlic & shallots
• Sweet basil vinaigrette
• Raw fibers, yarns & woolen goods
• Yogurt
• Potatoes
• Eggs
• Tomatoes & bell peppers
• Root vegetables
• Hot peppers
• Winter Squash
• Apples & cider
• Beauty & spa products
• Salsas, sauces & preserves
• Infused vinegars, herb blends & rubs
• Cheese & cheese curds
. . . and much more!

 

There is no reason local eating has to stop.

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