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  1. FEASTIVAL! EA’s Summer Fundraiser 7/26

    July 9, 2014 by Gaea

    feastival flierOur best event of the year–Get ready for a really spectacular night! The Feastival is our favorite season of the year, really. We open Eco up for you to experience, play, dance, eat, drink, and connect with all the other amazing souls in attendance. Don’t miss out! 

    Since Edible Alchemy Foods Co-op began in 2009, we have helped you help us– by providing the best entertainment, talks, workshops, music, dancing, and interactive art all day and all night! Just once a year we open up the entire house at the Electric Company Artist Lofts and Rooftop Garden.

    @Eco Collective 2042 W 21st Street
    Bring your kids! : 2p-10pm
    $20-$30 donation
    (no one turned away, volunteer for your ticket should you need!)

    ***Cooking Workshops & Talks to up your skills***
    ///all workshops yours with donation! Come to all!\\\\
    2-4 Lia : Basil blueberry crepes & Peaches and Corn creme raw cookie
    4-6 Lory : Potato Cauliflower Indian Curry with Rice – served on lettuce
    6-8 Celeste : Aloha Live Pizza & Veggie Sushi with Almond Wasabi Sauce

    ***TREATS for you to Eat*** 7pm-12am
    ///Brought to you by Edible Alchemy Foods Co-op\\\
    brews and alchemy by Michael Egon Schiele
    Kombucha shrubs with Arize
    Green Fairy Cocktails with Dina Beans

    ***MUSIC to make you move your feet!***
    8pm Sunset Kirtan with Amy Ananda & the Bliss Band
    9pm Ben X!
    10pm Anthony Moser & The Fat Tone Blues Band
    +Special Guest Performers: Miss Kitty Oaks, EV Velour, Camille Leon, and more!

    12 -1 || Bromance
    1 – 2 || Easy Jack
    2- 3 || Radiohiro
    3 – 4 || Duke Shin
    4 – 5 || Edamame
    5 – 6 || Chris BZ!BZ!

    ***ART to fascinate your eyes***
    Danger James with Shanghainese Tea Ceremony and Meditation 3p-8p in the Garden
    Matthew Karl Weber’s Junk Monk garage of amazing wonder
    Christopher Breedlove’s Human Avatar installs of might and magic
    Ayda Keshtkar’s flower power deco prowess
    Shrine’s adornment mural on our garden wall
    Dead Jezebel Creations adorns you and your clothes



    All funds raised go into EA co-op programs : our scholarship program for healthy eaters, Feed the Artists for large events and awesomeness, co-op infrastructure and new equipment, and repairing our older equipement (fridges and such). Thank you!

    VOLUNTEER! Our volunteers make everything possible for the Feastival. From food prep & decorating, to playing music & working the door, everyone is a volunteer. Want to contribute? Fill out this form!

    Want to contribute in a bigger way with an art project, as a chef, a workshop leader, or as a musician? Contact us at ediblealchemyATgmailDOTcom.

  2. Cirque des Elementes : EA Underground Dinner 7/19

    by Gaea

    muchamoonflyerEdible Alchemy collaborates with Solaire’s new Circus for July!

    7:00pm DOORS
    7:30pm DINNER
    8:30pm SHOW

    ***Curated cash bar throughout. Libation and libation-free options.***

    Food is integral to community. Eating around a table with others is an innately human form of communication, sharing, celebration, and connection.

    We at Edible Alchemy wholeheartedly believe this, and have thus begun facilitating dinners to encourage connection through food. Our guests are connected to their food through stories, local farms, and the artists who prepare it. The food is sourced seasonally from local Chicago-area farms (within 200 miles, most within 50 miles) as much as possible, and anything else is certified organic. These immersive vegetarian dinner experiences focus on using local vegetables in traditional recipes to create a hyper-modern and truly delicious twist.

    Support local.
    Connect through food.
    Come join us at our table, bring your friends & meet some new ones.

    Cirque Des Elementes :: Edible Alchemy Underground
    Saturday July 19, 2014
    @ CHaus : 1617 N Drake Ave, Chicago
    doors at 7pm
    dinner at 7:30, show at 8:30pm
    $35 for a buffet plate & a ticket to the circus show!

    RSVP HERE! Fill out this form to reserve your seat. Any cancellations must be communicated 24 hours in advance, please. Pre-payment is especially loved! Pay in advance to reserve your spot by sending money to as a ‘gift’, or pre-paying in cash or check on Saturday during EA pickup.

    Act I: Individual Acts TBA
    Act II: “Cirque Des Elements: Danse de Directions”

    “Cirque Des Elements: Dans de Directions” is a multi-disciplinary performance piece presented by the collaborators of Solaire. The piece is created with the help of a grant from Chicago’s Living Loop Festival, a production of the Chicago Loop Alliance. The world premeir performance of “Cirque Des Elements: Dance of the Directions” will take place in Federal Plaza on the SouthEast corner of Adams and Dearborn under the Andrew Calder steel “Flamingo”. The performance is free to the public on Friday July 18th at 12 NOON. The festival is full of great performances and the Solaire collaborators are excited about this wonderful opportunity to share with a new audience!

    More info on The Living Loop:

    Menu Coming Soon!

    **using local ingredients! Eggs, milk, honey, cheese, vegetables, fruits : as much as possible! **


  3. Blueberry Jam Playshops

    by Gaea

    blueberry jamBlueberry Jam Session

    • Andrea Mattson-McGaffey
    • @ The Eco Collective 2042 W 21st Street
    • $35
    • Saturday July 19 1:30pm-3:30pm
    • Tuesday July 22 6-8pm
    • Monday July 28  6-8pm

     Blueberry Jam. Blueberries.

    Small, decadently sweet and tart, and the maker of memories here in the midwest. Picking loads of local blueberries, indulging in this nutrient packed snack, and cooking their tender roundness into pies, cobblers, muffins, and jams.   Creating your own sweet, fruity, and spiced concoctions is liberating.  Think of the happiness a jar of blueberry-cinnamon jam can bring when cracked for morning waffles in those cold winter months. Not to mention that jams make splendid gifts, potluck additions, and will surely brighten up surly mornings.

    Jam was first made in the Middle East & West Indies, where sugar cane grows abundantly. It’s believed that the Crusaders introduced jam to Europe, where it stuck and became a staple of everyday life – perhaps even associative. It was brought to America in the 17th century and is currently undergoing a revival with new blogs, recipes, and books on modern jamming coming out weekly.

     In this jam session class, we’ll focus on our farmer’s current seasonal offering : BERRIES! All participants will travel home with 2 half-pint jars of their very own homemade blueberry jam and the information and recipe to replicate.

     Materials required:

    an apron (or clothes you don’t mind getting sticky)

    comfortable shoes


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