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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014

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Lori Fredrich

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Lori Fredrich (Lo) is a writer, wonderer, bon vivante, traveler, cook, gardener, blogger and girlwonder. Born and raised in the Milwaukee area, she has tried to leave many times, but seems to be drawn to this quirky city that smells of beer and alewives.

Some might say that she is a little obsessed with food. Lo would say she is A LOT obsessed with food. After all, she has been eating and enjoying food for over 36 years, and she has no plans to retire anytime soon. When she's not searching for the next big food story or planning events for her MKEfoodies group, you're bound to find her in her tiny urban kitchen cooking up fantastic dishes for Peef, her darling husband/dedicated muse.

Lori's recipes and writing have been featured in GO: Airtran Inflight Magazine, Cooking Light Magazine, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and others. You can read more about Peef and Lo's fantastic adventures in the kitchen on the award-winning blog, Burp!.



Recent Articles
 
 Dining - October 20, 2014
 Eat chocolate to fight breast cancer? Yes, please
 I'm always a big advocate for supporting great causes. But, I'll admit it's all the more gratifying when you can eat chocolate while doing it.
 
 Dining - October 20, 2014
 Marcus launches 2014 Fall Chef Series
 Taste-and-learn classes will allow guests to get to know some of the city's culinary leaders, enjoy perfectly paired beverages and sample each chef's seasonal preparations and take away great tips to use in their home kitchens.
 
 Dining - October 20, 2014
 Warm up with autumnal beer dinners
 There's a chill in the air. So, it's time to put away the rose and pull out the heftier beverages. Get started with one of these creative beer dinners at Wolf Peach and c.1880.
 
 Dining - October 17, 2014
 Sustainable seafood presents opportunities, challenges for area restaurants
 Look around, and you're likely to find "sustainable" seafood just about everywhere. But, what are some of the issues with sustainable sourcing, and what can you do to help local restaurants to make positive changes to their menus?
 
 Dining - October 15, 2014
 Hue Tosa now open for lunch
 The Wauwatosa location of Hue Vietnamese restaurant debuted at 6519 W. North Ave. on Sept. 29. This week, owner Mark Nielsen has announced, the restaurant will add lunch service to its offerings.
 
 Dining - October 13, 2014
 The Vanguard to open later this month
 Sausages, beer and cocktails will be the name of the game at The Vanguard in Bay View.
 
 Dining - October 13, 2014
 Upcoming dinners celebrate personal journeys and artisan Wisconsin cheese
 Hungry for grilled cheese? Or maybe you'd prefer five courses for a cause? Either way, we've got you covered with two very different dinners. One celebrates the work of area chefs, while raising money for a cause. The other pays homage to Wisconsin's finest artisan cheese and cheesemakers, along with some of Milwaukee's best beer.
 
 Dining - October 13, 2014
 Give back Thursday: Delicious fundraisers going on this week
 Looking for something to do on Thursday, Oct. 16? Well, here are three options that will satisfy your taste buds while giving you the satisfaction of supporting a great cause.
 
 Dining - October 10, 2014
 There's nothing fishy about Sitka Salmon Shares
 Alaskan salmon travels over 2,000 miles to get to the Milwaukee market. It's at least five days before a fish like salmon enters the marketplace, and that's even with modern air freight and overnight flights. When you consider that salmon has a shelf-life of about eight days, that doesn't bode well for freshness. But, companies like Sitka Salmon Shares are working to change that.
 
 Dining - October 8, 2014
 Sunny Slope brings heritage apple products to market
 Unlike the ordinary apples you can find at the supermarket, heirloom/antique apples possess unique flavor profiles. Some taste of pears. Others of spices like clove or anise. And others are tart or berry-like. And thanks to a new Milwaukee company called Sunny Slope, their prized characteristics will now be showcased in a variety of preserves and sauces, including apple marmalade.
 


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