In this Edible Journey, we travel to the Wickman House in Door County, where owner Mike Holmes grows and sources as much of the restaurant’s ingredients locally or from its own backyard.
Cider and cheese are a match made in heaven, and we now have some great local ciders to choose from.
Aronia berries (aka chokeberries) are easy to grow, safe for wildlife, and so high in antioxidant vitamins and phytonutrients that they are one of the next hip super-fruits.
At its simplest, yogurt is merely the bacterial fermentation of milk. But just one look at the dozens of brands, types and varieties available today proves yogurt is so much more.
We only get to enjoy this one-of-a-kind event every two years, so don’t miss out! One of the oldest and largest heritage festivals in the U.S., honoring the area’s Swiss heritage and cheesemaking and dairying traditions.
In its second year, the farmers market provides a place where Madison’s southside community can share their cultural heritage and culinary traditions.
Summer 2013 Issue
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by Jessica Luhning
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by Terese Allen
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