Let me be the first to apologize to you…Sorry…we at the Wisconsin Foodie HQs have been on a mission since August to bring you 13 brand new episodes of the show and have neglected to put them online. As we start winding down to the end of our production marathon the goal is to enhance your Foodie experience through our website. Some new features to look out for in the next couple of months will be the release of all the new Foodie episodes, the new WMMB Cheese-maker profiles and Garrett Weber-Gale’s AthleticFoodie segments. Also, we plan on opening a Foodie store were you will be able to purchase DVD’s of your favorite episodes, T-shirts, Mugs, etc. After this current season comes to an end our focus will be on improving the website and making it more interactive for our fans. Whether it’s sharing recipes, writing articles or uploading your foodie videos and pictures, wisconsinfoodie.com wants to be your destination for local food information.
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