Although most of us had never heard of a polar vortex, last winter proved they’re real. And restaurants around the country are still feeling the effects. An extended cold wave this past winter meant farmers got seeds in the ground later than usual, which pushed harvest season to later in the summer. Chef Giuseppe Scurato, who moved Ceres’ Table, an Italian-inspired neighborhood restaurant, into Chicago’s bustling East Lakeview neighborhood in May, hasn’t given up on ...
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