Results tagged with 'fish'
Published April 18, 2014
Why don't you cook more fish at home? It's Good Friday, so let's talk fish. Milwaukee's relationship with fish and, of course the fish fry, is unique and wonderful. I'm guessing here, but I bet we consume more fish than the average American.
Published Dec. 10, 2012
With over 32,500 animals, representing nearly 1,500 species including fish, marine mammals, birds, snakes, amphibians and insects, Chicago's Shedd Aquarium has the most diverse collection in the world. Visiting the Shedd is a completely do-able day trip for Milwaukeeans.
Published July 12, 2012
It's a common belief among European immigrants that eating herring on Christmas Eve or at the stroke of midnight on New Year's will bring good luck in the coming year. But, why is it that herring is relegated to the winter months?
Published Jan. 19, 2011
The urban fish and vegetable farm Sweet Water Organics is hosting it's first workshop of the year and if you are into the idea of urban farming you should check it out.
Published May 14, 2009
The Milwaukee Brewers today completed a three game sweep of the Florida Marlins. The Crew's bats came up big in the series with Prince Fielder getting hot, among others. But, according to Marlins' media it might have been the ghosts of The Pfister Hotel that helped knock the Fish off its game.
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Three Lions Pub recently opened in Shorewood taking the place of North Star Bistro that relocated right across the street. After countless days of driving by and trying to peek in I decided to actually stop, park and venture inside to have a look around. I had received a number of questions...
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...
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