Foraged Food Fun at the Braise Supper Club

Join Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast for a night featuring items foraged in Wisconsin. The Braise team will be showcasing the foraged items in a 3-course meal.

Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast is a non-profit volunteer run organization that is dedicated to celebrating and preserving the amazing bounty of local, seasonal and delicious foods and food traditions our area has to offer. Their goal is to help our community work towards ensuring Good, Clean, Fair Food for all.

These family-style dinners will be held monthly at Braise on Tuesday nights, open …

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Slow Social and Annual Meeting 2014

Join us at Sugar Maple on Wednesday, April 30 at 6 pm for our next Slow Social. This one is special for a few of reasons.
Bos Meadery will be providing samples of their newly released Mead, it’s Milwaukee Beer Week (where else would you rather be during Beer Week?), and we’ll be celebrating our 2014 Annual Meeting.

 

You’ll get to vote for our incoming board members at 6:30 pmin back room of the Sugar Maple.  The short meeting will include an introduction of new board candidates, the vote to make them board members, and a highlights of this year’s Slow …

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Slow Food WiSE Slow Social at Prodigal Gastropub

Join us for a Slow Food “Slow Social” happy hour at Prodigal Gastropub on March 13, from 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. Learn about Slow Food WiSE’s upcoming events, volunteer opportunities and our happenings for 2014.Prodigal offers the following Thursday Specials: $5 Select Apps, $5 Select Craft Beers, Cocktails & Wine Pours.

Please register in advance, so we know how many to expect.

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If you have any questions about Slow Food WiSE, this particular event or registration please contact Brooke Seipel at …

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Farm to Fork

Farm to Fork

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 …

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