Results tagged with 'comfort food'
Published Nov. 12, 2012
As the weather grows chilly and the holiday season approaches, our desire for comfort food increases. I invited a few Milwaukee chefs to share some of their own favorites, and give me a sense of which dishes they're making in their restaurant kitchens that carry those same comforting qualities.
Published Oct. 10, 2012
Though it was close, this year's winner of the Best Comfort Food category also won in 2010 and 2011. Can you guess who took home this comfy threepeat?
Published Oct. 7, 2012
These days, comfort food is everywhere, including on catering menus. Guests' year-round menu expectation of spiral ham, green beans and boxed mashed potatoes is long gone (unless, of course, you want to serve it!). If you're a food-lover who's planning a party, Milwaukee is the place to be.
Published March 11, 2012
Since the John Ernst Cafe opened in 1878, Milwaukee has scoffed at "big city" food bent on fussiness and ostentation. In time, this style gave way to a new crop of chefs and food, showing us that fine dining is possible in the city known for brats and cheese. While these new dining experiences are well documented, there is little known among the public about how that food becomes reality. "The Engine Room" looks into the kitchens of some of Milwaukee's coolest restaurants, led by some of its most relevant chefs.
Published Feb. 8, 2012
Motor dishes up its fish fry every day, and all day Fridays it's all you can eat, for $12.95. We went down in the valley recently to give it a try.
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Our undercover foodies are plowing through the dining in Wauwatosa and Milwaukee and their last stop was Maxie’s Southern Comfort…If you’ve say you’ve had Southern food but it was at the Cracker Barrel, keep reading—you’ll be doing yourself a favor. Literally ...
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