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Cocktail Friday: Bittercube Mulled Wine

Each week we to talk to Ira from Bittercube about cocktails. This week he shares a seasonal recipe for mulled wine.

by: Ira Koplowitz

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RECIPE: The Birthday Sandwich

Your special day calls for a special sandwich. Make this for a birthday, or anytime you want something really special. This is great packed up for an autumn picnic!

by: Myrica Von Haselberg

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RECIPE: Wisconsin Cheese Curd Tacos

Recipe by Myrica Von Haselberg of Horno Magico

by: Myrica Von Haselberg

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On Location at ACS: Meet the Cheesemaker

Jeanne Carpenter of the Cheese Underground takes us to the American Cheese Society conference in Raleigh N.C to get a behind the scenes look at the biggest cheese gathering in the county.

by: JCapenter

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Soil Sisters Farm Tour Day

From eggplants to emus, sheep to solar energy, bed & breakfasts to beef – seven Wisconsin farms offer a unique diversity of farm experiences in one afternoon.

by: Arthur Ircink

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Local food entrepreneurs battle

A Food Network-style battle is coming to Milwaukee Area Technical College on Tuesday to celebrate the college’s new Entrepreneurship Center.

by: Arthur Ircink

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Five questions with Arthur Ircink

Creator & Director of Wisconsin Foodie Arthur Ircink sits down with onmilwaukee.com Blogger, Chef Jason Gorman, to discuss Film and Food.

by: Jason Gorman

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Wisconsin Foodie wins “Best Food Blog”

The 2nd Annual Shephard Express Web Awards are in and Wisconsin Foodie is among the winners!

by: Arthur Ircink

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Food & Wine: Milwaukee Bars – Cocktails with Attitude

The city known for Pabst Blue Ribbon and Schlitz has a surprisingly awesome cocktail culture.

by: admin

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Cheese Declared Best In The World Auctioned For $8,400

A 24-pound Dutch cheese named the best in the world last month at the World Championship Cheese Contest has been auctioned off for $8,400, or $350 per pound, in Wisconsin.

by: Arthur Ircink

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