Soup & Bread

A special summer Soup & Bread to benefit the Garfield Park Conservatory - Early Show

Soup & Bread

Swim Cafe, Inspiration Kitchens, La Farine, DJ Michael Slaboch, Big Star, Celestial Kitchens, Milk & Honey

Wed, July 6, 2011

5:30 pm

The Hideout

Chicago, IL

No cover but donations are accepted

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Soup & Bread
Soup & Bread
So Soup & Bread 2018 is on. It kicks off January 3rd at 5:30 pm at the Hideout, and runs every Wednesday through March 28th. Come, bring your kids, bring your appetites, and bring your dollars. As ever all your pay-what-you-can-donations will go to help local food pantries.

This year, we’ve decided to ditch the weekly soup themes in favor of one simple idea: sanctuary. As most of you probably know, Chicago is a “sanctuary city” – and as such is threatened with losing federal funding under a Trump administration. With Chicago’s social services already starved by the state budget impasse, things may be about to get much worse.

So, in that context we’re asking soup cooks to bring soups that celebrate Chicago’s immigrant heritage – either your own or someone else’s. Bring on the pozole, the borscht, the harrira; the shorbit amas and the soupe joumou. We’ll be collecting recipes again and if we get enough we’ll try and put together another cookbook.
Swim Cafe
Since we opened our location in 2005, our passion has been to share the love of great food, creatively conceived and meticulously prepared from the freshest, seasonal market ingredients available. You’ll notice the difference even before you take your first bite – Swim Café’s food is fresh, wholesome and inviting.
La Farine
Providing bread
DJ Michael Slaboch
DJ Michael Slaboch
Michael Slaboch is a multimedia artist living in Chicago. His primary creative endeavors involve post-production sound and his work has been heard on NPR, Animal Planet, Discovery Channel, History Channel, in feature films, and various albums.

Currently he is the talent buyer for The Hideout.

He is also a part of the reissue label The Numero Group. It is here that he has had the tremendous opportunity to share rediscovered music, films, and photographs with new audiences around the world.

He's also a historical judge for the Grammy's & is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia College Chicago & Tribeca Flashpoint Academy in their respective recording arts programs.
Venue Information:
The Hideout
1354 W. Wabansia Ave
Chicago, IL, 60642
http://www.hideoutchicago.com