We've done it— missed a farmer's market or artisan food event, and then a few hours later, wished there was somewhere we could get exactly the sort of thing we were too busy to go get earlier that day. Now there's a service that takes away any excuse. Artizone launched in Dallas last year, delivering natural, chef-driven and artisanal food products from well-known stores and suppliers. And as of Wednesday it's now in Chicago, delivering from an eclectic initial list that includes Green Grocer Chicago, Great American Cheese Collection, Katharine Anne Confections and Pasta Putanna. One thing we especially like is that the list respects Chicago's old-fashioned heritage producers— so as well as chichi Gold Coast bakery Hendrickx Belgian Breadcrafter, there's also old school Little Italy baker Italian Superior Bakery, not to mention the northwest side's old Scandinavian fish market Hagen's and traditional butcher Gepperth's Meat Market. We're sure the list will grow, too, but it's off to a good start; check it out here.