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Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010

Milwaukee company’s quality earns high praise

Americans are becoming increasingly aware of how our nation’s food is controlled by a handful of massive corporations that often put profit ahead of consumer health. In the roughly $4 billion frozen pizza industry, for example, two multinational corporations, the Schwan Food Co. (Red Baron, Freschetta and...
Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010

Paving the way for the frontier

As the adage goes, there are two seasons in Wisconsin: winter and road construction. The noise, delays and labyrinthine detours can be inconvenient, but our road hassles are nothing compared to what our ancestors had to deal...
Film
Monday, Aug. 16, 2010

Kelly Marcott captures ‘The Shocking Story of Deadpit.com’

The Internet, with its blogs, comment boards and chat rooms, is giving voice to what was once a marginalized subspecies of moviegoer: a fringe community of fanboys (and girls) who spent their adolescence renting every horror movie at the local...
Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Aug. 11, 2010
Popular culture is a fickle thing, and the relevance of its entertainers can peak and fade quicker than Snooki’s sobriety. That’s what makes Michael Feldman’s 25th anniversary as host of the “Whad’Ya Know?” radio program so...
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010

Real men in the kitchen for a Milwaukee competition

In the 2005 book Real Men Cook: Rites, Rituals, and Recipes for Living, author Karega Kofi Moyo writes, "Increasingly, African-American men in particular are often portrayed as criminals, drug addicts...
Milwaukee Color
Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010

Wisconsin and the great fish

The muskie may be Wisconsin’s official “state fish,” but it is the almighty sturgeon that is revered by the Menominee and other Wisconsin Indians and is at the heart of a number of time-honored Wisconsin traditions. To spot a sturgeon is to glimpse a fish born of the Mesozoic era, more than 150 million years ago...
Eat & Drink
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
The hamburger is one of the most iconic foods in America’s culinary repertoire, and the city of Seymour, Wis., just 15 miles west of Green Bay, claims primacy of the revered ground beef sandwich. Every year on the first weekend of August the city hosts Burger Fest, a two-day event celebrating its legacy and title...
Cover Story
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Anyone who has ever called Riverwest home can tell you how the East Side neighborhood generates a palpable energy that magnifies when the warm days of summer arrive. The area just west of the Milwaukee River is known throughout the city as a laid-back, affordable community that welcomes...
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Fresh, delicious food at Armenian Fest

When it comes to food, it’s hard to deny the benefits of immigration in this country. Because of the folks who carried with them on their journey into the United States their grandmother’s recipe for meatballs, or papa’s special recipe for making fresh noodles, Americans enjoy an extraordinary selection of ethnic...
Eat & Drink
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
Last weekend Milwaukee Public Television (MPTV) debuted “Cooking Raw,” a new eight-part cooking series that offers plenty of creative alternatives to standing in front of a hot stove to cook a meal this summer. Mother-daughter duo Caroline Carter and Shenita Ray are the hosts of the 30-minute program...

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