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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Friday, Sept. 19, 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 - September 17, 2014
 She's a Sweet Genius: Rocket Baby Bakery's Sarah Mironczuk
 Over the past couple of years, Rocket Baby Bakery in Wauwatosa has gotten to be quite a rock star bakery. And now, thanks to the recent hire of Sarah Mironczuk as pastry chef, it has got staff to go along with it.
 
 Dining - September 15, 2014
 Don't forget to get your tickets for the Kohler Food and Wine Experience
 Food and wine lovers won't want to miss the 14th annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience, a four-day extravaganza of food, wine and fun. In fact, if you haven't already purchased tickets for select events, now is the time, as many events are already sold out.
 
 Dining - September 15, 2014
 Upcoming events spotlight beer and local and Tuscan wine
 Don't miss upcoming events at the Blind Horse Winery, Salotto Zarletti and Odd Duck.
 
 Dining - September 12, 2014
 Featured Chef: The Cheel's Joseph Sandretti
 Chef Joe Sandretti, formerly of Buckley's and Port of Call, talks about the joys and challenges of helping to open the new Nepalese restaurant in Thiensville.
 
 Dining - September 10, 2014
 A chat with Nourri chef Christian Schroeder
 We profiled Chef Christian Schroeder back in 2012, after he'd taken over in the kitchen at Von Trier, launching a tapas program at the otherwise beer-centric bar. But, since his time at Von Trier, Schroeder has taken the helm at Nourri. So, we sat down to catch up with him and find out a little bit more about the man behind the apron.
 
 Dining - September 8, 2014
 Engine Company No. 3 to open Tuesday in Walker's Point
 Chef Peter Sandroni of La Merenda will see a long-time goal come true this week, as he opens a long-awaited breakfast restaurant in Walker's Point.
 
 Dining - September 8, 2014
 Upcoming dinners focus on game, chocolate and beer
 The upcoming weeks feature three unique dinners at area restaurants, including an evening focused on award winning wines and game, six courses of chocolate-inspired fare with French wines, and a very special Ale Asylum beer dinner.
 
 Dining - September 5, 2014
 Movida aims to challenge and delight Milwaukee diners
 Even if you can't make it to Madrid, you can glimpse a bit of the cuisine you're missing just by traveling to Walker's Point.
 
 Dining - September 3, 2014
 Our Daily Salt opens in Silver City
 Our Daily Salt, 3519 W. National Ave., specializes in handcrafted items for the home and kitchen. Products include endgrain cutting boards, hand-turned wooden bowls, rolling pins, salt cellars, spice mills, bottle stoppers and a variety of utensils including hand-carved tongs, spoons, scoops and rack pullers.
 
 Dining - September 1, 2014
 First Look: The unconventional world of Milwaukee Dinner Lab
 Milwaukee's first Dinner Lab -- held in an old warehouse in Bay View -- left me with a feeling of intrigue.
 


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