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Sunday, Feb. 22, 2009

Online Exclusive

Since this column is starting now in February, I thought it would be nice to begin with one of my favorite fall/winter dishes: a classic chicken soup. Every year when the leaves start to change and there is a chill in the evening, I start to crave a nice, warm soup. This recipe is so basic, and once you've mastered it you can make your soup in about 45 min...
Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2009

Tonight @ Stonefly - 6 p.m.

The members of Eating Liberally, a culinary-themed offshoot of Drinking Liberally, subscribe to a life philosophy of eat, drink and be merry—especially since the November elections have given them something to be merry about. Tonight beginning at 6 p.m., they’ll be chowing down and discussing politics at the Stonefly Brewery in Riverwest, a brew-pub...
Wednesday, Dec. 24, 2008

An airport landmark

General Billy Mitchell was predicting the future of aerial warfare when a restaurant opened near the airfield that would bear his name. Under different names and...
Monday, Dec. 22, 2008
Party Season: the stretch from Thanksgiving to New Year's. Most folks' dance cards fill up early with social engagements -- dinners with groups of friends, notorious office parties, and general gatherings for people to mingle, drink, and be merry. Custom demands you "bring something to the party," and wine's always a good choice. All you need is a corkscrew and a sound system -- you've got yourself an official shindig.
Sunday, Aug. 17, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee County Zoo

The Milwaukee County Zoo isn't most people's first dining destination, but once a year it turns into a culinary powerhouse for its "a la Carte" event, which concludes today. Dozens of Milwaukee restaurants, including The Soup Ladle, West Bank Caf, Texas Roadhouse and Robert's Frozen Custard, set up . . .
Saturday, Aug. 16, 2008

Today @ the Milwaukee County Zoo

The Milwaukee County Zoo isn’t most people’s first dining destination, but once a year it turns into a culinary powerhouse for its “a la Carte” event. Dozens of Milwaukee restaurants, including The Soup Ladle, West Bank Caf, Texas Roadhouse and Robert’s Frozen Custard, set up food tents while national and local . . .
07.10.2008 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nancy Wilkes
You know what I love more than kibbles, more than table scraps even? The food at all of the bars and restaurants on the German Fest grounds, of course. I’ve got my eye on some new menu items, including a smoked beef sausage called the landjäger, and a giant Oktoberfest pretzel imported from the Fatherland in Bavaria. The combination of a nice salty, smoked landjäger and a warm pretzel is “...
Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Le Repertoire Culinaire & Vin

America may have had its differences with the French—think freedom fries—but we must give credit where credit is due: The French really know how to enjoy the delicacies of life. This year’s Bastille Days will give the rest of us four days to do the same. Milwaukee has one of the largest Bastille Days celebrations in the country...

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