900 Chicago Avenue, Suite 104, Evanston, Illinois 60202
What is a food swap? From what I've learned from watching my friends, it's a whole lot of fun. A food swap brings together food lovers to exchange homemade goods. Swap items are usually homemade, homegrown, or foraged. I'll stick with that first category unless you covet some limp braised frozen collards from our 2013 harvest.
Swappers can bring things like baked goods, pickles, spreads, granola, homemade sausages, eggs, and home brews.
My friend Melisa did a great job of describing her first food swap experience on her blog. I expect this will be run in a similar fashion.
You don't have to live in Evanston or the northern suburbs to attend. The event is open to all. But I'm super excited to know these will be taking place closer to home.
The one thing you have to do, in addition to baking or making, is register (here). Registration is free, but they need to know who's coming. The event will max out at 30 participants, but there are still a few spots left.
Join me and let's swap!
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