Just loving what the Scrumptious Pantry is doing. These guys work with sustainable family farms to make sure that heirloom foods grown the old-fashioned way get into the hands of eaters like us.
On March 2, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Scrumptious Pantry is hosting a warehouse sale. You’ll have a chance to buy Spanish olives and olive oil grown, one must imagine, in a quaint grove somewhere in the south of Spain. There will be bakery from San Francisco, single blossom honeys direct from the bees, and much more.
They’ll be serving complementary virgin Bloody Mary’s, too, so bring a flask of your favorite hooch, if you want to add a bit of a charge.
Visit Scrumptious Pantry for more information, or just show up and see what it’s all about. Saturday, March 2, 3230 W. Fullterton at Kedzie.
Flowers for the Living takes place February 14th — check it out now!
Looking for something different to do this Valentine’s Day? Attend a party and support the organization that brings you the 61st Street Farmers Market all summer. Experimental Station is planning quite a bash — Flowers for the Living features Chicago duo H.N.I.C. and special guests.
The evening begins at 8 p.m. on Thursday, February 14th, and costs $15 per person or $25 per couple, so grab a date and get to Experimental Station at 6100 S. Blackstone Ave.
Experimental Station is a place you can go to get involved — from the farmers market in the summer to the bike shop where you can buy a bike and learn how o fix it — to arts and culture, this is the kind of neighborhood “station” every neighborhood should have.
Enjoy Valentine’s Day with them and give a little love.