**NOTE** This post also appears on Just Pick a Place as part of a collaboration project. Imagine living in a big city and being able to simply walk to your roof or community garden for fresh fruits and vegetables—no more pained trips to the grocery store only to find subpar-tasting produce. Sound impossible? We thought…
Finding creative ways to cook with veggies is incredibly difficult when your “kitchen” is only a microwave and a toaster oven.
This purple yam’s mild flavor and hypnotic color makes it a commodity for confections and is landing it as one of the biggest food crazes as of late.
Braving the cold every weekend to go to a small market stocked with acorn squash and radishes does take thick skin and deep-rooted dedication.
Urban agriculture facilities are sprouting up in Chicago food deserts.
The best way to ensure that produce is cheap, fresh and in-season is by growing it yourself.