Help Build a Food Museum In Chicago

Chicago's food scene continues to grow. First the James Beard awards and now, a food museum? That's exactly what Kyle Joseph, founder of Foodseum, plans to do, with the support of the city's top chefs. Foodseum is a registered non-profit whose mission is to educate, celebrate and inspire through food. The permanent space is set to open in 2017. Two, five month pop-up exhibits will open in 2015 but Kyle needs your help to make it possible. Learn more about Foodseum and donate to the cause here. It's already raised $10k, a third of the way there.

 

 

 

 

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  • But like what they asked about what is going to be in the George Lucas museum, what is going to be in the Food Musuem? The only distinctive things would be an original Uno's Pizza, Vienna Hot Dog, Oscar Mayer Hot Dog, Italian Beef from Taylor St., and maybe a Chronos Gyro. I don't think we need a shrine to Charlie Trotter, and from the links, apparently it won't be. In that case, SuperDawg might already be the food museum. It is similar to I won't go to a Greek Orthodox Church festival, because I can get that food on nearly every street corner.

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