Chicago’s Monday Night Foodball pop-up aims to expand your palate

If you are taking a look to boost your Monday night time dinners with funky takes on hard-to-find cuisines, glance no additional than Monday Night Foodball.

What: A Monday night time pop-up eating place at Albany Park’s Kedzie Inn, curated through Chicago Reader senior author Mike Sula.

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The way it works:

Previous weeks have integrated twists on Cambodian, Malaysian and regional Indian delicacies.

  • This week the vibe goes Midwestern. Native cooks Eve Studnicka and Alexis Thomas serve up beer-cheese-and-kraut-topped fries, goat cheese walnut creme brulee, a smoky midwest ham and cheese soften and a twist on “funeral potatoes” that includes panko-crusted crammed jalapenos with pimento cheese hash browns, served with kimchi ranch.

The purpose: “I am hoping extra Chicagoans get to take a look at Cambodian or Malaysian meals for the primary time, and even one thing like the definitely singular imaginative and prescient of Midwestern convenience meals that Funeral Potatoes is understood for,” Sula informed Axios.

What is subsequent: “Pizza and donut night time, after which Khmer side road meals from Ethan Lim of Hermosa,” Sula says.

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