Watch a Live Cooking Show!

Do you like watching cooking shows? How about watching one Live! You can do this at the Green City Market. Read on and find out more about this exciting event!

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When he opened Lillie’s Q in 2010, Chef Charlie McKenna brought award-winning competition BBQ and timeless Southern cooking to the city of big shoulders. McKenna and Lillie’s Q have garnered critical praise and awards from both local Chicago and national media – including being named “Best New BBQ Restaurant in the Country” by Food & Wine magazine in 2011.

Florida State University alum, McKenna graduated from New York’s Culinary Institute of America in 2000, and cooked under legendary chef Norman Van Aken in Florida, before becoming a sous chef at two of Chicago’s four-star fine-dining landmarks: Tru and Avenues in the Peninsula Hotel. During that time, McKenna also won numerous awards on the competition BBQ circuit including a first place win at Memphis In May – which is widely regarded as the world championship of BBQ. (source: chicagogourmet.org)

On August 27, Saturday, from 10:30 am to 11:30 am there is no reason for you to turn on your television and watch your regular cooking show. Instead, you can go to the Green City Market – Lincoln Park and watch a real live cooking show! The market is at 1817 N Clark St Chicago, IL 60614. Chef Charlie McKenna will be sharing with you some amazing recipes and how to cook them using ingredients that you can find from the Green City Market.

The best part? Of course it is FREE! So, save the date! A free cooking show with Chef Charlie McKenna at the Green City Market – Lincoln Park.

Make the most out of what are for FREE in Chicago!

 

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