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Making no duh no-knead pizza dough

Published July 21, 2014

With tomatoes and all sorts of mid-season vegetables coming into the markets, my mind immediately goes to pizza. We make at least two pizzas a week in my house, and I've got a no-knead dough that couldn't be simpler.

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A trip into Thai cuisine with steamed dumplings

Published July 7, 2014

As the tiny shallots, baby bok choy and dried birds-eye chilis begin to appear in local markets, I start to get excited about Thai food. So this week, I thought I'd try a spin on steamed dumplings.

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How to make a farmers market showcase dinner starring mushrooms

Published June 24, 2014

Early summer at Milwaukee area farmers markets is always kind of a mixed bag, even more so this year after the long, persistent winter. We ventured out to the Tosa Farmers Market this weekend and were pleasantly surprised. I wanted to make something that showcased the mushrooms from the market and made use of the avalanche of spring onions at every produce stand, so I thought a tart was a nice choice, topped with some fresh chèvre.

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Mr. Perkins' still the place for soul food

Published Feb. 21, 2013

Apparently some of my friends who work Downtown was surprised to discover their favorite soul food restaurants was still open. As it turns out, they've been missing out on some wonderful food at Mr. Perkins' Family Restaurant, 2001 W. Atkinson Ave.

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Marcus announces Milwaukee's favorite cookie

Published Dec. 19, 2012

How does salted caramel strike you? It struck gold for Mary Lamb, this year's winner of Milwaukee's Favorite Cookie Contest, sponsored by Marcus Restaurants.

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Reader blogs:

Even in Wisconsin: Chile Roasted Salmon

I'll admit it, I've become a spoiled brat when it comes to salmon. And it's all Peef's fault.For years, he made regular trips out to Seattle in the late spring to meet with one of his major sales accounts. And every time he visited, he'd bring me something delicious from the market. Sometimes h...

Seared Scallops & Creamy Spring Ramps

For me, spring is truly marked by the arrival of certain spring vegetables -- asparagus, morel mushrooms, fiddleheads... and, of course, the ubiquitous ramp.Ramps (Allium trioccum), often called wild leeks or wild garlic, are a member of the lily family -- which also includes garlic, leeks, and o...


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