If you’re an admirer of all things cooked to perfection, Tandem, located at 1848 W Fond Du Lac Ave., is worth a night out. But this new restaurant in Lindsay Heights offers more than a menu of family favorites—everything from steak chimichurri to what patrons are calling the best fried chicken in town—it offers jobs and food service training to neighborhood residents in an area with an unemployment rate of roughly 22 percent. And it’s only a taste of the inspiring neighborhood development projects in …Read More »
Cabbage, salt, and a container—that’s all you need to make lacto-fermented sauerkraut. During a recent Community Cooks class held at The Body and Soul Healing Arts Center in Milwaukee, fermentation instructor Julie Toman explained the essentials of fermenting vegetables.
Lacto-fermentation is a means of food preservation that’s been around for centuries. Recently, fermented foods, and some beverages, too (think kefir and kombucha), have gained momentum as a health food, largely due to the beneficial …Read More »
Join us on Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 from 6 pm to 9 pm for Slow Soup, a Slow Food WiSE Fundraiser! Plan to sample soups from over 12 different local restaurants, hear from a few of our community’s great Food Leaders and learn more about the current Slow Food Programs. With the money we raise at this event, we are able to make a difference in our local community. Our mission is to:
Connect people with good, clean and fair food.
Make slow food accessible to everyone. …
Need a last-minute gift idea? When in doubt, just say cheese. And local live music… Throw in a craft brew or two and call it the best 2nd and Bruce Street gift around. Our friends at Clock Shadow Creamy in Walker’s Point are offering this eventful and tasty holiday package, which includes:
2 vouchers for a tour at Central Standard &
Milwaukee Brewing Co.
2 vouchers for a concert at Anodyne Coffee
2 vouchers for a cheese tour at Clock Shadow Creamery (plus a …Read More »
“Who here has tried soju?” asks Chef Karen Gill, as she pours a round of shots for the thirteen cooking students (all over 21) in her living room. “It’s about 20% ABV, made from rice.” In Korea, it’s not uncommon to walk the streets sipping on a bottle, she explains. But we stop after a modest taste and move into the kitchen, where we’re introduced to …Read More »
The Eat Local Resource Fair is an annual opportunity to celebrate local food. It offers tools, tips and ideas to take the Eat Local Challenge and to eat locally all year long.Meet & buy food directly from local vendors i…ncluding Angelic Bakehouse, Becky’s Bissful Bakery, The Noisy Kettle, Really goods, Stone Creeek Coffee and Top Note Tonics. Get your canning supplies & equipment from Blifferts Hardware.
Participate in useful workshops:
• 12:00 pm: Eating Healthy and Local with Slow Food WISE
Learn how to go beyond produce as …