Discover how to prepare Korea’s famous pickled dish, Kimchi. Join local Home Cook and Korean Culture Consultant, Saehee Chang, to understand the unique history and tradition of Kimchipreparation and make a basic Napa Cabbage Kimchi. This class will also explore the healthy benefits of Kimchi, ranging from probiotics and other nutritional properties. The best part about this class is that each participant will receive a small sample of homemade Kimchi to take home and enjoy! Please bring a small 12-16 oz jar to class with …Read More »
Terra Madre, or Mother Earth in Italian, is a day dedicated to the celebration of local foods. You can join in the celebration by enjoying our locally produced foods or an endangered food item. Like endangered animals, many unique traditional foods are facing the risk of disappearing. In order to slow this process down and highlight these unique food products, Slow Food has established the Ark of Taste. The Ark of Taste is a living catalog of distinct foods that are vanishing. Over 200 foods …Read More »
What’s in Season in Wisconsin?
Communities around the state are bustling at local farmers’ markets. Within the last week, I visited two of them, one in Sheboygan and the other in Madison, Wisconsin. The fruits and vegetables at Farmers’ Markets can sometimes be overwhelming, and it can be a challenge to think of no-fuss ways of getting that fresh market food onto the table. This article features what’s available and shares a few ideas for meal planning.
Berries and Rhubarb: The Pies Have It
Rain hit the earth …Read More »