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Eat/Drink
Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013

Making noise in the frozen food aisle

 In recent years we have seen more options and higher quality in the food we can buy in stores. You may have to pay a little more, but often the improved quality will be
Eat/Drink
Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013

Home cooking at Best Steak Burger Catering

Entrepreneur and chef-owner of Best Steak Burger Catering Denise Burnham isn’t sitting around waiting for things to happen. She’s going out and making things happen. After more than 25 years in a secure job as a medical coder, Burnham decided it was time to follow her heart and do
A&E Feature
Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013

Winter is no barrier for mountain biking, rock climbing or golf

 Wisconsinites are well aware how precious and fleeting the warm months of the year can be. In the not-so-distant past, activities like mountain biking, rock climbing
Eat/Drink
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2013

Food trucks gather in Third Ward

 When you’re running a restaurant on wheels, you can move your operation wherever a hungry crowd gathers. On Friday, Sept. 13, food trucks (and the hungry crowds) will come together on Catalano Square for the Shepherd Express’ first Street Eats Mobile FoodFest
Eat/Drink
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013

Locally sourced and sure to please

 As condiments go, mustard is a spicy frontrunner here in Wisconsin. Perhaps it’s because mustard pairs so well with our much-loved German and Polish food legacies. To that end, Sara Wong, owner and mastermind
Dining Out
Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2013

History, heritage and food

 The Summerfest grounds host several ethnic festivals throughout the summer months. Now that the Polish, Italian, German and Irish fests are in our rearview mirror, it’s time for the annual lakefront festival
Eat/Drink
Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013

New Belgium Brewery’s Clips Beer & Film Tour

 Four years ago New Belgium asked customers to submit short films, starring beer or not, and traveled around to cities with large hipster enclaves like Portland, Austin and Seattle. The host cities have expanded to 21 over the years, and on Aug. 15, Milwaukee will join their ranks. For one
Dining Out
Monday, Aug. 12, 2013

Millioke serves Milwaukee’s favorite food

 Downtown Milwaukee has a brand new option for Wisconsin-inspired cuisine. Millioke (pronounced Mi-li-wo-ké) is from the Algonquin word from which Milwaukee was