Sheboygan chef and restaurateur Stefano Viglietti will be featured Thursday on the Wisconsin Public Television program “Wisconsin Foodie.”
The show, which will air at 7 p.m. on Channel 38 in Green Bay and at 7:30 p.m. on Channel 10 in Milwaukee, highlights Wisconsin’s culinary world by profiling localfood treasures and unique travel destinations.
Viglietti, 42, said he watches the show regularly and has always been impressed with the focus on locally and regionally grown ingredients and innovative ideas in Wisconsin farms and restaurants.
“I think I stumbled upon it by accident running one Saturday morning,” he said. “I really was drawn to it. It features a lot of small artisan food-related people from around the state. I personally love PBS, I love the quality of what they do and I love this show. I was kind of flattered when they called.”
Viglietti took the “Wisconsin Foodie” crew to three of his four restaurants — Field to Fork, Il Ritrovo and Trattoria Stefano — explaining what makes each one unique and ended cooking a special dish at Stefano’s for them.
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