Kids are invited to the market for Pi Day (3.14) where they can create their own pie made with local ingredients from Green City Market farmers and crafted by Hoosier Mama Pie.
Sustainable and local food is available year-round. Come visit us at our indoor market located at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum on select Saturdays from November through April.
Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) at Green City Market! Chicago community members are invited to submit a homemade pie into a pie baking competition to be judged by guests from Hoosier Mama Pie Co. and Bang Bang Pie & Biscuits.
What's fresh in February
Fruits: apples, cranberries, pears
Meat/Seafood/Protein: charcuterie, chicken, duck, beef, lake caught fish, lamb, pork, tofu, turkey
All-Season Long: beans, breads, butter, cider, cheeses, eggs, grains/flours, honey, hot sauce, maple syrup, mushrooms, pecans, pesto, pickles, pies, popcorn, preserves, salsas/sauces, vinegar
Ready-to-Eat: apple cider donuts, empanadas, grilled cheese, pastries, quiche, sandwiches, soup
Latest blog posts
Friday, February 14, 2020
This February, the Chicago Chef Council officially joined the food activism scene — with a keen eye on school nutrition. The council is a coalition of twelve local chefs who will help develop wholesome, kid-friendly recipes for Chicago …
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
This week, we're highlighting one this winter's most loyal shoppers and workshop-goers: Ben Kobold! Green City Market hosts cooking and crafting classes on most market days, ranging from Thanksgiving fundamentals like soups, stocks, and pies to the art …
Friday, January 17, 2020
Take a peek at an adorable video of our fourth and fifth grade Edible Education students at Carl Von Linne Elementary tackling the perfect pastry pouch: the empanada! Green City Market is in the classroom at Von Linne and DePaul College Prep every week, …
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