Tag Archives | food

Better than French, it’s Western Dressing

Growing up, we’d visit my grandfather who lived on a dairy farm in western Wisconsin. I have fond memories of drinking raw milk, served out of glass Miracle whip jars no less, eggs cooked in lard, and Western Dressing. Western Dressing, produced by Richelieu Foods was his favorite and I loved its sweet and tangy […]

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Chewy Italian Ciabatta Buns

What’s everyone’s favorite from the grill? Hamburgers, of course. But the problem with hamburgers is watching your bun melt away when you put a big, thick, juicy burger on it. Ciabatta to the rescue! Ciabatta is a soft and chewy Italian roll with with plenty of big holes that will soak up just about any […]

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Daily Digest for February 14, 2014

What we are reading: Can’t get a reservation at that fancy restaurant for Valentine’s Day dinner? Why not make your own romantic dinner for two. (via Bon Appetit) Wow, how did I miss this one: Turn your range into a brick pizza oven for $40 (via LA Times) The Facebook advertising Fraud video has been […]

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Daily Digest: January 31, 2014

What we are reading: 1,000 local jobs created in California when it legalized selling food baked at home. Not only can cottage food laws free entrepreneurs from Kafkaesque government inspections, using their own kitchens to bake means they no longer have to rent out commercial kitchens, which can be expensive and not available in every […]

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YWCA Wausau 2014 Men Who Cook Event

I’m excited to once again be invited to participate in the Wausau YWCA’s 12 annual Men Who Cook event. Those that follow this blog will know that this is my fourth year participating in this popular event. Celebrity chefs, both amateur and professional create a fine dining experience for a table of eight. This event […]

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