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Articles tagged with 'chefs'

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Featured chef: Red Dot's Alex Johnson

Published March 17, 2014

The Red Dot, 2498 N. Bartlett Ave., has a new chef and his name is Alex Johnson. Johnson, along with longtime employee Carol Armstrong, is in the process of revamping the menu. (Don't worry, he's keeping the poutine.)

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Featured chef: Port of Call's Adam Pawlak

Published March 14, 2014

Milwaukee is blessed with a number of highly trained chefs who have garnered widespread attention thanks to things like the Beard Awards. But we've also got a lot of home-grown chefs who have followed a different route, starting out young in local restaurants and working their way up through Milwaukee kitchens, honing their craft along the way. One of the latter is Chef Adam Pawlak who runs the kitchen at Port of Call Bistro and Beer Garden Downtown.

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Ardent, Aprahamian, Swanson are Beard semifinalists

Published Feb. 19, 2014

Justin Carlisle's new Ardent, Sanford's Justin Aprahamian and Braise's Dave Swanson are semifinalists for the James Beard Award for "Best New Restaurant" in the country. The nominations were announced this morning in Orlando, Fla.

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Featured chef: Andrew Miller of HOM Woodfired Grill

Published Jan. 29, 2014

While a good percentage of chefs choose the profession after going to college for something else, Andrew Miller, executive chef at HOM Woodfired Grill in Brookfield, took a different approach. He started off in the culinary world, and then returned to school for a degree in accounting.

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Feast of the seven fishes - Milwaukee style

Published Dec. 23, 2013

Though I've yet to get the gumption to try and do my own feast of the seven fishes at Christmas Eve at my house, I do dream. And, this year, I asked seven of Milwaukee's best chefs to ante up a recipe that I could include on my menu, should I decide to take the plunge. Here's what they served up ...

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Featured chef: Daniel Pope of AP Bar and Kitchen

Published Dec. 13, 2013

Even at 15 years of age, there was something special about the way Daniel Pope made sandwiches at his local sub shop. These days he's delivering the goods at AP Bar & Kitchen in Walker's Point.

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Will celebrity chef Michael White open a Milwaukee restaurant?

Published Dec. 9, 2013

Wisconsin-born celebrity chef and restaurateur Michael White won't be straitjacketed by expectations. That's what makes his seven restaurants in New York, New Jersey, Washington DC and Hong Kong so popular. It's also the underlying theme of his weighty new cookbook, "Classico e Moderno: Essential Italian Cooking." We talked to him recently and here's what he had to say, including his thoughts on opening a restaurant in Milwaukee

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A chat with world famous pastry chef Jacquy Pfeiffer

Published Nov. 27, 2013

I had the opportunity to propose a few questions to Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer about his life's work, his book, "The Art of French Pastry," which will be published in December, and his experience as a mentor to pastry chefs around the world. Here's what he had to say.

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Featured chef: Carnevor's Jarvis Williams

Published Nov. 19, 2013

Even if you follow Chef Jarvis Williams on Twitter - where he's very active - you might not know that he is perhaps, unofficially speaking, the Packers' favorite chef. His restaurant, Carnevor - part of the SURG Restaurant Group - is a favorite among athletes who roll through the state, though the chef is too modest to boast about it or let it go to his head.