Monthly Archives: July 2015

Chicago’s Signature Food

Shish Kabob

Chicago is the perfect place for food! There’s no city in the country with more places to eat delicious dishes. Chicago and food are so inseparable that many meals that you can find there have become the city’s signature dishes. Whether is due to the styling or the taste, food in Chicago has developed a personality and life of its own. In order to introduce readers to the world of Chicago cuisine, we’re going to take an in-depth look into Chicago’s signature food!

  1. Chicago Deep Dish Pizza

You can keep your foldable pizza, New York! We’ll take deep dish any day. Chicago-style pizza is most often defined by a deep pan of dough filled with cheese and delicious ingredients. After that, a hearty helping of tomato sauce is applied on top. The result is a satisfying and filling meal.

  1. Chicago Hot Dogs

Nothing is better during a game at Wrigley Field and a walk about town that a Chicago-Style Hot Dog. So what separates these dogs from other wieners? An all-beef hot dog is housed between a steamed poppy seed bun. That delicious combo is topped with mustard, relish, tomato, onions, hot peppers, and celery salt. And the cherry on top is rather a pickle spear. That’s what makes this wiener a winner!

  1. Italian Beef

Other sandwiches can’t touch the customizability and taste of the Italian Beef sandwich. Thinly cut slices of roast beef are placed in a long Italian roll. Any way you want this sandwich, it’s yours! Hot and spicy with peppers or soaked in juices, the possibilities are endless.

No matter what you choose to eat, Chicago has the food you are craving!

 

Volkswagen and the Museum of Modern Art Team Up to Expand Art Education

Museum

In nearby Chicago, we have a pretty famous art museum: the Art Institute of Chicago. Perhaps you’ve seen Ferris Bueller spend an afternoon there.

New York also has some very impressive art museums. And one of them just partnered up with Volkswagen.

According to a Volkswagen press release, Volkswagen and the Museum of Modern Art have teamed up to expand art education.

The two groups announced an extended two-year partnership that will support the museum’s education initiatives and exhibits.

Volkswagen has supported the Museum of Modern Art since 2011. The extended partnership will focus on the MoMA Education program. The program aims to enrich artistic understanding through digital learning initiatives.

Additionally, Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, the Chairman of the Board of Management for Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, was honored for by the Museum of Modern Art for his commitment to art education and expansion.

Throughout its activities in the fields of arts and culture, Volkswagen has shared this belief, and we highly appreciate Dr. Winterkorn’s active role in fulfilling this corporate commitment“, said Glenn D. Lowry, Director of the Museum of Modern Art, in the press release.

To drive home in your own piece of art today, visit Sierra Volkswagen!