Eat Local Milwaukee Dinner

Kate Oscarson
www.wilocavore.blogspot.com

 

The Eat Local Milwaukee Challenge is coming to an end, and I certainly used it as an opportunity to try some of Milwaukee’s locally sourced restaurants.  In two weeks I visited more restaurants that I usually would in twice that long.  Both I and my budget are on an eat at home diet for a little bit, but I feel the Challenge is worth supporting!

But, even after all that eating out, the best meal was still the one that kicked it all off: The …

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World Class Wisconsin Cheese, Saxony Roots in the Soil

World Class Wisconsin Cheese, Saxony Roots in the Soil

Saxony, The Featured Cheese

Jerry Heimerl

Saxon Homestead Creamery may be the next frontier for a unique understanding of the terroir of Wisconsin. The combination of location, geology of the soil, average humidity, rainfall, wind, and other climate conditions that can make a wine distinctive, also make the creamery’s namesake cheese, Saxony, distinctive.

“I never really believed it when people talked about the terroir of foods, or recognizing the region of origin of a cheese just by its taste, but now I know it’s true,” Jerry Heimerl …

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