Notable Edibles Fall 2012 Issue

Fall 2012 New Book Releases

By Wendy Allen | Photos By courtesy of Wisconsin Historical Society Press & Gingko Press 0

The Flavor of Wisconsin - For Kids

Even as an adult, opening The Flavor of Wisconsin for Kids made me smile right away. Authors Terese Allen and Bobbie Malone bring boring ol’ history lessons to life with a tone that’s anything but textbook and oldtimey photographs of Wisconsinites and their food. (One from 1945 of kindergartners wearing paper chef hats baking a “yummy pumpkin pie” was particularly adorable.) Especially interesting is the section on the foods of our Native American and immigrant ancestors and how communities across the state are keeping these important traditions alive. But this book won’t be relegated to the history bookshelf after reading—fully half the book is kid-friendly recipes, which means you’ll be keeping this one in the kitchen, preferably on a low shelf so certain little fingers can join the cooking fun.

Order online at the Wisconsin Historical Society Press.


2013 Wisconsin Local Foods Journal

The 2013 Wisconsin Local Foods Journal by Terese Allen and Joan Peterson is now available, with all proceeds once again benefitting REAP Food Group. This year’s journal features Wisconsin chefs and restaurants that emphasize local foods and sustainability. Get more info and purchase at wisconsinlocalfoodsjournal.com.

Wendy Allen is digital editor, copy editor, and a writer for Edible Madison. She reads style guides for fun, believes stories have power, and is fascinated by the evolution of the English languageā€”for better or worse. Her mission: to wrestle the wily comma into submission.

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