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Published Oct. 27, 2013
Clock Shadow Creamery, the first urban cheese factory in Wisconsin, opened in April 2012 on the ground floor of the "green" Fix Building, 138 W. Bruce St. Recently, we went on a tour of the facility and learned all sorts of fun facts like "what makes a cheese curd squeak?"
Published Feb. 25, 2013
This week in the Nibble: chef departures, tasting events, and new spirits, magazines, and food tours.
Published Dec. 5, 2012
Do you care about reducing your carbon footprint? How about supporting local producers? Creating a holiday dinner that's both delicious and sustainable? If you said "yes" to any one of these questions, it might be worth your time to consider sourcing all or most of the products for your holiday meals locally.
Published Sept. 25, 2012
Chef-turned-travel expert Andrew Zimmern is probably best known for his adventures criss-crossing the globe as the creator and host of Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods." His desire to gain an intimate understanding of culture through food drives his travels, and that same desire is reflected in one of his latest projects, "Appetite for Life."
Published June 28, 2012
Clock Shadow Creamery Cheesemaker Ron Henningfield and his wife, Josie, grew up in East Troy. Although the two have very different day jobs, they are united by a passion for delicious Wisconsin cheese and a common desire to make a difference in the Milwaukee community.
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