When you think of cranberries, your next thought is probably Thanksgiving and Christmas…or urinary tract infections. I guess it makes sense that cranberries are a staple of the holiday season, because that’s about the time we harvest them in Wisconsin. But these tart little berries deserve way more credit than a side dish at your […]
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Sweet, tart, and slightly tangy, kombucha tea is the latest craze among the people-that-like-to-make-fun-things crowd. Made with with tea, water, sugar, and a living culture called a “SCOBY”, it’s fun to make, tasty, and full of wonderful probiotics. For a peek into this latest trend, I grabbed my smartphone and begged a friend to let […]
One of my favorite parts of summer is shopping for produce at the farmers market. This summer, my wife and I have been trying to do most, if not all, of our weekly shopping at the Saturday Farmers Market in downtown Green Bay. List free and with our weekly grocery budget in hand, we’ve managed […]
You’ve been watching those tomato plants growing in your garden since Memorial Day. It seems like it’s been forever since you saw the first green tomatoes appear on the vines. Then – all of a sudden – the tomatoes ripen all at once. You’re almost overwhelmed by the crop that’s coming in. How do you […]
CAUTION: If you make this beverage, your husband will mock you. Your parents will think you are crazy. And your dog will turn away in disgust. Make it anyway.
It’s not often you’ll find people licking the bottom of their salad bowl. But I guarantee this recipe for Caesar salad dressing will rarely leave you with leftovers. This is a salad that my mom has been making as long as I can remember. It became such a popular side-dish at extended family gatherings, she […]
It’s a mouth-watering Green Bay tradition that’s been around for a century – Chili John’s chili. The legendary dish is most-often served over a bed of spaghetti noodles, topped with kidney beans and occasionally shredded cheese, onions and oyster crackers. But the real star is the spicy chili itself. The recipe has remained a secret […]
Of the many foods Northeast Wisconsin is known for – none is as recognizable as the bratwurst. The best – and in the opinion of many – the only way to eat them is grilled and soaked in beer and onions. Travel outside of Wisconsin and you’ll soon realize that not everyone really knows how […]