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Published April 26, 2013
Despite the acclaim heaped upon their mentors, we very seldom hear from the unsung heroes of the restaurant kitchen. Sous chefs aren't lauded with awards. Or mentioned in most restaurant reviews. They seldom get credit for dishes they've created that make it onto a restaurant menu. And - in most cases - there are few restaurant patrons who even know their names. In fact, I'd venture a guess that most people, unless they've worked in the service industry, don't have a very clear understanding of what a sous chef (French for "under chef") really does.
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 April 11, 2012
For his continuing series, "The Engine Room," Justin Johnson paid a visit to another 2012 James Beard nominee and marquee Milwaukee gastropub, Hinterland - home to Chef Dan Van Rite. Here, classic dishes get worked over like dusty rummage wear into chic designer threads.
Published Jan. 19, 2012
Unless you've been living under a rock, you'd be hard-pressed not to have noticed that the Brew City has stepped up the game with regard to beer and food pairings. The explosive nature of the craft beer market has everything to do with this growing movement. And now, thanks to Wisconsin craft beer enthusiast John Lavelle and his Best of Milwaukee Beer Dinners, the movement has become local.
Published Nov. 10, 2011
When was the last time you giggled with delight at the thought of head cheese? Or possessed a craving for beef liver frying in a bath of fried onions? Have you ever tried tripe sausage? Tongue? Or brains?
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