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101. 9 ways to celebrate Pi Day in Milwaukee
Most likely, it isn't going to bring out hordes of rollicking partiers like that other holiday happening this week, but today is Pi Day which is a day of celebration for math geeks and pastry lovers alike.
102. Chef Talk: Company Brewing's Rosy Rodriguez
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek heads over to Company Brewing in Riverwest to chat with chef Rosy Rodriguez about life as a line cook, the similarities and differences in restaurants, her family and more.
103. World Championship-winning cheese from Wisconsin? Yes, please.
It's been almost 30 years since it happened the last time, but a U.S. cheese just won the World Championship Cheese Contest. And guess what? It was a cheese made right here in Wisconsin.
104. Palomino closed for kitchen expansion; reopens Thursday
If you've driven past and noticed that Palomino in Bay View is dark, your eyes have not deceived you. But, the closure is just temporary, says Valeri Lucks, co-owner of the bar and restaurant.
105. Cooking stage showcases tasty side of Realtors Home & Garden show
The Realtors Home & Garden show is on its way, starting March 18. In addition to home improvement and design ideas, some of Milwaukee's best chefs will be sharing tips and tricks on the Fresh Cookie Patio stage.
106. How much do you "loaf" it? Milwaukee skylines made from bread
If you thought Milwaukee was a town made of cheese, beer and bratwurst, you just might be wrong. In fact, in this particular case, the city is made of bread.
107. New Chick-fil-A locations prompt grand opening promos
Wisconsin will gain Chick-fil-A locations in both Oak Creek and Racine this week. In celebration, there will be breakfast giveaways, overnight parties, giveaways and book drives beginning March 8.
108. In search of the perfect pizza: Albanese's Roadhouse
In addition to pizza, Albanese's offers a slew of specials, including wings, Sicilian style pork chops and Italian style fish fry on Fridays. They also happen to have gluten free pizza that's worth seeking out.
109. Clean Wisconsin to host Epicurean Evening Milwaukee event in June
Clean Wisconsin, the state's oldest environmental organization, will host its gala fundraiser, Epicurean Evening Milwaukee, on Thursday, June 16.
110. Fresh Farm Bowls will close at end of March
Milwaukee loses another food truck, as Fresh Farm Bowls makes decision to close down its business beginning at the end of March.
111. Greatest Milwaukee sandwich ever? The Pabst Blue Reuben
There are a lot of great sandwiches in Milwaukee. But I may have found one that blows away just about every other sumptuous creation you've ever eaten. And it's arrived just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
112. Wit and wisdom from a great morning with Dan Sidner of Black Shoe Hospitality
This morning's edition of East Town's Coffee Connections with Dan Sidner, co-owner of Maxie's, Blue's Egg and Story Hill BKC, was both informative and inspiring. Here's the gist, in case you missed...
113. Milwaukeeans donate $79,000 through Outpost Buy-a-Bag program
Thanks to the generosity of Milwaukeeans, a whopping $160,000 in grocery items from the Outpost Natural Foods 2015 Holiday Buy-A-Bag program will be delivered this winter to Hunger Task Force.
114. Help Five O'Clock Steakhouse uncover its history and you could eat free
The beloved near West Side restaurant is inviting customers to share their earliest, fondest memories, along with photos of Five O' Clock Steakhouse. The winners will receive complimentary dinner once a month until the end of the year.
115. Chef Talk: Peggy Magister and Justin Anthony of AP Bar & Kitchen
In the latest episode of Chef Talk, Kyle Cherek interviews Peggy Magister and Justin Anthony of AP Bar & Kitchen in Walker's Point.
116. Oh, my: Treat Bake Shop launches #CookieFriday at Third Ward kitchen
If you're hankering for a cookie this Friday, you'll want to hightail it over to the Treat Bake Shop Kitchen at the Marshall Building in Milwaukee's Third Ward. Why? Read on, my friends. Read on.
117. Fixture Pizza expected to open in April in Walker's Point
Fixture Pizza has been in the works for a while ....
118. New restaurant could be on docket for Ardent chef Justin Carlisle
Plans may be in the works for a new east side restaurant from James Beard Award nominated chef, Justin Carlisle, according to a story posted today by Corinne Hess of BizTimes.
119. Dreaming of frozen custard
Despite the fact that it's cold outside, I wake up in the middle of the night a lot these days thinking about frozen custard. That's because I'm co-authoring a book about this delicacy at the moment and it's consuming me even more than I consume custard, which is saying something.
120. New Shorewood Metro Market opens Feb. 16
The new Shorewood Metro Market, 4075 N. Oakland Ave., opens Feb. 16, less than a year after the company bulldozed its old Pick 'N Save location that stood just north of the new building.
121. Requiem for a brie: Researchers find cheese triggers the brain like hard drugs
Want to know why you crave those cheese curds? According to a recent study from researchers at the University of Michigan, cheese triggers the same part of the brain as several hard drugs do.
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122. MPS launches new two-year culinary program for high school students
Thanks to a new two-year culinary program launching this fall in Milwaukee Public Schools, students will soon be able to get a head start on future careers in the hospitality industry.
123. Joey Buona's closes, plans to reopen
Today it was announced that, after 14 years, Joey Buona's closed its doors, but there are plans for it to reopen in the future.
124. In search of the perfect pizza: Doc's Dry Dock
Rick Rodriguez says the 25 minute drive to Doc's Dry Dock in Pewaukee is worth the trip, especially for their BBQ chicken pizza, which sported a crisp crust with spicy sauce and a special secret seasoning.
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125. Colectivo's Lakefront Cafe closed for updates on Wednesday, Feb. 3
Colectivo Coffee's Lakefront Cafe on Lincoln Memorial Dr. will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 3 to accommodate a number of updates to the space, most of which aim to bring additional efficiency to the operation.