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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Thinking Big with Small Plates

 Chef/owner Peter Sandroni opened La Merenda in February 2007. Customers were instantly wowed with his selection of international...
Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013

La Canoa is one of a kind in Milwaukee

 At most local Mexican restaurants seafood takes up little of the menu, and is usually limited to shrimp fajitas, maybe a seafood cocktail and, if lucky, a ceviche appetizer. But that changed dramatically in the autumn of 2009
Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

Short Orders

Kiku (202 W. Wisconsin Ave.) is a favorite Japanese restaurant among Shepherd Express readers. Although the restaurant has two bars, the space is not especially large. The menu has a breadth of seafood entrée options
Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012

Milwaukee landmark serves food again

 In 2010 the restaurant at Turner Hall closed its doors. Quite a shame as the Hall, constructed in 1882, has a lot of charm. The restaurant reopened a few weeks ago and a few improvements have been made. The wood floors
Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Milwaukee pub in a class of its own

The exterior of Fritz's Pub looks like many corner bars in Milwaukee. And upon entering, it still fits the bill, with its dark, windowless interior, sheet-paneling walls and imitation brick. But Fritz's menu, which includes some Serbian items...
Monday, June 15, 2009
I came home from work the other day and my wife and a friend had cooked up some tempura battered shrimp and made tacos. Although relatively simple, they were so satisfying after working a 10 hour shift that I had to have the recipe to pass on to you. You can vary the recipe by adding diced pineapple to the pico de gallo...
Monday, July 21, 2008
One of my favorite Mexican foods is camarones a la diabla—the devil’s shrimp. In theory means shrimp in a fiendishly spicy red pepper sauce, but even in Mexico the level of spicing varies considerably. A simple beachside restaurant at Zihuatanejo served camarones lived up to this fiery reputation.
Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Fiendish Food

One of my favorite Mexican foods is camarones a la diabla—the devil’s shrimp. In theory means shrimp in a fiendishly spicy red pepper sauce, but even in Mexico the level of spicing varies considerably. A simple beachside restaurant at Zihuatanejo served camarones lived up to this fiery reputation.

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