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Milwaukee's Daily Magazine for Saturday, Nov. 1, 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 31, 2014
 New vendors & a new location for Milwaukee County Winter Farmers Market
 The Milwaukee County Winter Farmers Market will kick off its sixth year on Saturday Nov. 1 in a new location with six new vendors.
 
 Dining - October 29, 2014
 Featured chef: Millioke's John Rudolph
 What kind of a chef is excited to take on a restaurant that carries the tagline: "Meat. Cheese. Beer?" That's what I sought to find out when I interviewed Millioke's new executive chef, John Rudolph.
 
 Dining - October 27, 2014
 Wham! Bam! Pow! Competing chefs talk smack about Serve Taste Give
 What are you doing on Nov. 2? Planning to attend Serve Taste Give, I hope. The event, which takes place from noon to 4 p.m. at Milwaukee Rail Hall, 131 W. Seeboth St., sounds like it's going to be an afternoon of raucous fun, especially if the competing chefs have anything to say about it.
 
 Dining - October 27, 2014
 Frightfully delicious events feature food, wine and free shaves
 As October wanes and the holidays loom, it's the perfect time to get out and enjoy some of the city's best food events, including a frightfully good time at Lakefront Brewery, a wine tasting for a cause, and two delicious events at the Iron Horse Hotel, including free post-Movember shaves.
 
 Dining - October 27, 2014
 Lombardi Food & Wine Experience celebrates 11 years
 Through events taking place on Nov. 7-8, the Lombardi Food & Wine Experience will celebrate 11 years of raising money for cancer research and care. This year's line-up includes Nancy Longo, renowned chef and owner of Baltimore's Pierpont restaurant, and James Meehan, UW graduate and James Beard Award-winning mixologist and owner of the legendary cocktail bar, PDT, in New York.
 
 Dining - October 24, 2014
 The Vanguard offers Milwaukee-style fun seven days a week
 Another long-awaited restaurant will open as early as next week. And it sounds like loads of delicious fun.
 
 Dining - October 22, 2014
 Rustico gets an overhaul
 If you stopped over at Rustico for lunch or dinner on Monday, you may have noticed a closed sign in the window. That's because the restaurant is getting a bit of a facelift. Changes start with a brand new menu, which rolls out on Tuesday, October 21.
 
 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.
 


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