Saturdays and Sundays, May 25, through October 6
1:30 and 2:30 p.m.
Learn to cook with garden-fresh ingredients all summer long at the Garden Chef Series. Noted chefs prepare recipes in the Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden’s open-air amphitheater.
Seating is first-come, first-serve for these free demonstrations. Visitors will need to use sun protection and wear caps in this sunny location. No umbrellas, please.
The Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden is the Midwest's headquarters for fruit and vegetable gardening information. It exhibits the best edible plants to grow in the Chicago area. Interpretive signs explain the organic growing techniques used throughout the garden.
We'll feature recipes from the Garden's participating chefs, past and present.
Chef Series Lineup 2013
Note: The Chef Series schedule is subject to change; the online schedule will be updated as needed but may not be able to reflect all last-minute changes. As there are newly planted trees in the kitchen amphitheater area and it is very sunny, visitors will need to use sun protection and wear caps. No umbrellas, please.
Marc Bernard and Patricia Yeo
Special Events, Museum of Science and Industry
Dirk's Fish and Gourmet Shop
Terry and Dirk Fucik
Margarita Challenger and Jovanny Diaz
Now We're Cookin'
The Noodle - Small Plates & Market
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Juan Carlos Medina Vazquez
Soundings Restaurant at the Shedd Aquarium
Sur La Table
Dave's Specialty Foods
Dining Room at Kendall College
Real Urban Barbeque
Special Events, The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
O'Donovan's Pub & Restaurant
Trattoria No. 10
South Water Kitchen
Shanghai Terrace at The Peninsula Chicago
Culinary Landscape at the Chicago Botanic Garden
My Private Chef, Inc.
Mindy's Hot Chocolate
Diva Chocolates & Confections, Inc
Osteria Via Stato
David Di Gregorio
The Chopping Block
Sable Kitchen & Bar
Garden Café at the Chicago Botanic Garden
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