New journal Stock explores Midwestern food
Midwestern food is having a moment — with the debut of a certain new book about Chicago dishes, "Made in Chicago," Big Jones chef Paul Fehribach's "Midwestern Food" cookbook, and now, a brand new regional food journal called Stock.
What's happening: Stock co-founders Erin Drain and Ed Marszewski are throwing a launch party for the twice-yearly journal Monday from 5-8pm at Marz Brewing in Bridgeport.
- A $15 ticket gets you a drink and the first issue of the mag.
- Some food will be available for purchase.
First serving: The inaugural issue includes an essay about birria from Jonathan Zaragoza, an interview with chef/author Abra Berens, a piece about fermented foods with Sebastian Vargo and lots more.
What they're saying: "Chicago was built on and for food; forever a site of contact for innumerable cultures and a hub for the exchange of ideas and provisions," Stock founders declare in their mission statement.
- "Chicago has sustained itself over centuries and contains a million more stories yet worth telling. Stock is dedicated to those stories."
What's ahead: The event will kick off a biweekly Stock supper series at Marz Brewing that brings together local mutual aid groups and chefs "to create a community and new conversations about food in Chicago and the greater Midwest," Drain tells Axios.
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