Kids Apple Tasting, French Market – 10.2.10

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September 23, 2010 at 10:01 am

Come try some apples!  On October 2, 2010 the Chicago French Market will hold an apple tasting for kids, ages 5-10.  Apples sampled will include the latest apple creation from the folks at the University of Minnesota, the  ”SweeTango.”  Looking to match the runaway success of the Honeycrisp, they created this one.  It combines the texture of the Honeycrisp with the sweetness of the Zestar apple.  Kids (and their parents) should learn how to pronounce the SweeTango.  In addition to tasting it, there will be three other distinctive apple varieties.  There are also plans to train the kids to taste like a food critic

WHEN:
Saturday, October 2, 2010
11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., Apple tasting workshop
11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Make apple slinkies
 
Arrive early for admission! Space is limited.

WHERE:
Chicago French Market
131 North Clinton Street
Chicago, Illinois 60661
 
TICKETS:
$5 donation to The Good Food Project (includes one child and guardian)
Includes tasting of four apple varieties, one apple slinky and 10% off apples at any Chicago French Market produce vendor.
 
Purchase tickets at the door. Arrive early for admission! Space is limited.
For more information, visit www.chicagofrenchmarket.com <http://www.chicagofrenchmarket.com>
 
ABOUT THE BENEFICIARY—THE GOOD FOOD PROJECT
The Good Food Project is a not-for-profit organization that conducts fun and educational food tastings in schools to help children develop a lifelong love of good food and enjoy the benefits of a healthy life.
For information about The Good Food Project or to arrange an apple tasting in your child’s school, visit www.thegoodfoodproject.org <http://www.thegoodfoodproject.org> and contact Susan Taylor at goodfoodchicago@gmail.com or 773-648-0068.

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