Tag: wisconsin

Amazing 2-Inch Thick Ribeye Steaks from Peterson Farms

The Best Thing I Ate Last Week By Andrew Zimmern The best thing I ate last week was dinner on Saturday night. Tomato and feta salad, crispy twice-cooked potatoes with thyme from the garden, and these amazing grass-fed, corn finished 2-inch thick ribeye steaks from Peterson Farms cows. Peterson’s raise Limousin cattle exclusively on their…  Read More

Feast! Local Food Network

The largest celebration of local foods in the region. Next Sunday, November 2, check out the best of local food by producers and makers from Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin at Feast! in Rochester, Minnesota. With more than 100 exhibitor booths, you’ll find a variety of specialty foods such as sauerkraut and kimchi, artisan cheese, African simmer sauces,…  Read More

Eat, Drink & Party in Madison, Wisconsin

Madtown Recommendations By Molly Mogren Wisconsin’s capital city is also its biggest college town. While Badgers are known to party hard, this hippy-dippy town also offers up amazing ethnic restaurants, classic German bars and locally-driven fine dining. Without further ado… The Classics Tornado Steak House An old-school steak house serving up classic cuts (T-bones, ribeyes…  Read More

Speed Queen Bar-B-Q

Milwaukee’s Best In 1956, owners Betty Gillespie and Leonard Partee opened a barbecue joint with their family’s secret recipes, and after gaining a reputation for their sauce and quick service (hence the name Speed Queen), they moved to their current location and built the biggest barbecue pit in the city. I love the pulled pork…  Read More

Speed Queen Bar-B-Q

Milwaukee’s Best In 1956, owners Betty Gillespie and Leonard Partee opened a barbecue joint with their family’s secret recipes, and after gaining a reputation for their sauce and quick service (hence the name Speed Queen), they moved to their current location and built the biggest barbecue pit in the city. I love the pulled pork…  Read More

L’Etoile

Celebrating Midwest Flavor James Beard award-winner chef Tory Miller combines old world technique with modern flavor in a menu that pays homage to Midwestern farms. Most of his seasonal cuisine is sourced from local providers, even during the cold Wisconsin winters when Miller utilizes cellared root crops and produce canned and stored from the summer…  Read More

L’Etoile

Celebrating Midwest Flavor James Beard award-winner chef Tory Miller combines old world technique with modern flavor in a menu that pays homage to Midwestern farms. Most of his seasonal cuisine is sourced from local providers, even during the cold Wisconsin winters when Miller utilizes cellared root crops and produce canned and stored from the summer…  Read More