Products “may be found intact, or individually in a meat counter display” and are reportedly of the “old fashioned” variety.
Liv a Little: Milwaukee's newest ice cream brand is delivering on dairy-free treats #vegan #dairyfree https://t.co/aZvOKO9UIS pic.twitter.com/4JrlG3PbWd — OnMilwaukee (@onmilwaukee) August 19, 2020
A Wisconsin creamery is keeping a refrigerator outside of its store fully stocked with free milk and other dairy products to help community members struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. https://t.co/dmQdKiVDia — CNN (@CNN) April 26, 2020
State Fair Inn.
It’s amazing how many different diets–including Paleo, Atkins, Mediterranean and Keto–we have at our disposal. I myself have tried Tim Ferriss’ slow-carb diet, though I’m familiar with others. One thing is clear: there’s not a lot of consistency in terms of what you may or may not eat from one diet to another.
Leave it to a chiropractor to figure it out.
In Dr. David Friedman’s recently published book, Food Sanity: How to Eat in a World of Fads and Fiction ($19.99, Turner Publishing), which I accepted an offer to review, he pores over unbiased research to debunk myths and create a definitive list of what foods to eat and what foods to avoid.
Blue Agave opened late last year in the former home of the Bayou, bringing yet another Mexican option to downtown. I’ll probably return for happy hour when the drinks aren’t overpriced and to get more of the delicious guacamole.Similar to the Bayou, Blue Agave turns into a dance club after dinner, featuring Latin music.The menu has the expected chicken dishes, burritos, fajitas, chimichangas and tacos. The entrees here are big and filling.
In this episode of Wisconsin Foodie we travel to Plain, WI to meet master cheesemaker and cheese innovator Bob Wills of Cedar Grove Cheese. Bob gives us a tour of his busy cheese plant and something he calls “the living machine”. Then, we talk with Milwaukee artist John Riepenhoff of the Green Gallery.
For the first time since 1988, a U.S. cheesemaker has won the World Championship Cheese Contest.
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Copenhagen’s big, and Whitewater is small, but we have this advantage that [famous Danish] Chef Redzepi can only match at great expense and effort: we are even now surrounded by fresh, local produce of fine quality and variety. He can – and surely will – find the delicious ingredients he needs for his new establishment.
We, too, have delicious produce, suitable for fine meals, and it’s within our reach even now. Table after table, basket after basket, all around us. Fields, gardens, pastures, greenhouses: we’re brimming with what so many wish they could enjoy.
“Basque fry” is also known as “lamb fries,” or lamb testicles, and is reportedly one of the key ingredients in a stew that’s the main dish at the event.
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Loved by many, reviled by some, but a genuine, privately-created, culinary innovation: the cronut. Via Daily Adams.
Via Packers will sell a 3 1/2 pound 'Big Game Burger' @ JS Hub Bub Blog.
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Chef’s Cut: The Art of Kaiseki with Niki Nakayama from The Art of Plating on Vimeo. Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Via Only a little cheesy: How Scott Walker hams it up on Twitter @ JS All Politics Blog.
Via “Lamb is more Nutritious than any kind of Poultry, Mutton than Lamb, Veal than Mutton, and Beef than Veal; But Pork is more Nutricious than any of these…” @ Althouse.
Ethiopia! from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo. Via Daily Adams.
What was most unfortunate, and why we will never return, was when the food was brought to our table it tasted tonight like the same industrialized version of Mexican food that can be found anywhere else. The special way of preparing it was gone. It tasted like fast food but not at the fast food…
Via “If every state had an official dessert, what would it be?” @ Althouse.
This is what it means to be Wisconsin on a Sunday afternoon in August: sweet corn picked fresh, steamed and dripping with butter; beer and brats at a small-town festival. Via Sweet corn and beer went dow good on a summer Sunday in Hubbleton, Wis. @ Blaska’s Bring It!
Taff was not alone. At least 75 percent of workers in food preparation and service must choose between working sick or losing their paycheck or their job. Twenty-three percent of workers say they have been fired or threatened with firing for taking time off for themselves or a family member. But the movement to change…
“[T]he almond-milk industry is selling you a jug of filtered water clouded by a handful of ground almonds” @ Althouse.
Via Kids react to the new McDonalds Happy Meal box…@ Althouse.