Imagine losing your job but then enjoying the ultimate comfort food — mac and cheese with baked chicken and cornbread — prepared by a celebrated chef. For free. No questions asked. Ed Marszewski, a.k.a. the unofficial mayor of Bridgeport, a.k.a. the cofounder of the Korean-Polish street food joint Kimski, a.k.a. the brains behind Marz Community Brewing Co., added yet another project to his heaving portfolio when he launched Community Kitchen in June 2020. The mutual aid group provides wages to food workers, supports local farmers, and, most thrillingly, shares absolutely delicious meals gratis (more than 70,000 of them, as of March). If you are in a bad way for grub but can’t get to Kimski, Community Kitchen’s main outpost, you’re in luck: The group is among those stocking the 30 refrigerators set up around the city as mini food pantries, another brilliant pandemic innovation, by the Love Fridge, a collective that plans to continue feeding Chicagoans in need long after “social distancing” fades from our daily vocabulary. If you’re not in need yourself, you can donate funds or leave food in one of the fridges.,