Results tagged with 'food'
Published April 5, 2014
If you don't want to do the cooking this Easter, a number of local eateries are willing to do the work for you and let you kick back and relax with family, friends or just that special someone. Choose from traditional sit-down meals to buffet-style set-ups, and keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny (he's scheduled to hop into more than a few spots listed below!).
Published March 13, 2014
Beer has never been my drink of choice, and I don't know anything about craft beers. If I have three beers a year, you could say I am on a real binge. So it was with more than a little curiosity and trepidation that my wife and I went to dinner at the Milwaukee Beer Bistro. Imagine my surprise then when I had a great dinner, including the best Brussels sprouts I have ever had. And I mean by a big margin.
Published Jan. 23, 2014
The world of nutrition and dieting is filled with fluctuations and trends. As a result, OnMilwaukee asked local registered dietician Laurie Meyer, MS, RDN, CD - also the president of her own nutrition consulting firm - to help poke holes in some common nutrition myths and misconceptions.
Published Dec. 30, 2013
Six year-old Lili Malone, of Wauwatosa, is one of 14 kids in bonappetit.com's "Kids Share Their Funny New Year's Resolutions About Food" feature story that was posted today, December 30.
Published Dec. 16, 2013
Sriracha has always had a cult following, but it has reached huge proportions in the past few years - and the combination of the two events put some sriracha extremists into a panic. Trendy or not, Huy Fong's version of sriracha really does it for my tastebuds, and I, too, was alarmed by the thought of not having access to the goods.
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Paging through this week's ad circular from Pick ‘N Save I came across this gem of WTF design layout. Pick ‘N Save ads have always entertained me whether it be their "new look" to try to cater to the more green-organic-natural small co-op shopper or their infamous "Back...
This one is not to be missed. Bacon, the Chuck Norris of cured meats, has just been elevated to epic status thanks to one of the world’s largest food company’s embrace of surplus productivity. If you aren’t aware by now, Kraft Food’s Oscar Meyer brand of meats has introduc...
Smile and All the Ketchup Will Smile Back at You - February 2nd, 2014by Paul WinghartIn 1998, Heinz Company spent a lot of money to run an ad during the Superbowl. At that time, the ketchup maker was rolling with a campaign that touted using 25 tomatoes in every bottle for a "richer, thicker...
Where's the Beef? Naw, Where's the Love? - January 22nd, 2014by Paul WinghartIt is hard to believe that it has already been 30 years since actress Clara Peller bellowed out that famous catch phrase. "Where the beef?" went on to to become one of the 10 greatest ad slogans of the 20th cen...
In an industry where the odds are stacked against the artist, Brett Newski is weathering the storm. From 2011-2014 he toured six continents, playing over 600 shows in America, South Africa, Australia, Asia, and Europe. Newski’s hard-driving folk energy has been compared to t...
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