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Thai-Inspired Ice Cream Shop Hits Milwaukee

Thai-Inspired Ice Cream Shop Hits Milwaukee

Fro Zone, the first restaurant of its kind to offer these Thai-inspired ice cream rolls in Milwaukee opened its doors on June 1. Since then, the line has been consistently out of the door. Fro Zone gets its name from a Disney "Incredibles" character with freezing abilities.The trend has been all over Instagram and Facebook [...] The post Thai-Inspired Ice Cream Shop Hits Milwaukee appeared first on Media Milwaukee.

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Dining at and around MU
Sick of dorm food? Soxedo giving you stomach aches again? Well, you're in luck you as you've found OnMilwauke's Marquette dining guide - a curated list of all the best restaurants from 6th Street to 23rd Street and Kilbourn to the north to St. Paul to the south. There are also links to several dining guides in Third Ward, Downtown and Old World Third St., if you are feeling adventurous or if the parents said they are buying a nice dinner for you and roommates!
Grimaldi's at The Corners
When Grimaldi's Pizzeria opens at The Corners of Brookfield, 20119 Lord St., on Friday, Nov. 10, it will be something of a rarity: one of just three coal-fired pizzerias in the area, along with Elkhorn's Holi Cannoli and Dick's Pizza, 730 N. Milwaukee St.
Flip over a package of Usinger's braunschweiger and you'll find a minimal list of ingredients: pork liver, pork, salt, beef, onions, spices. And that old fashioned, no frills ingredient list is a pride-point for company, which has produced traditional sausages and meat products for over 130 years.
Building your bug-out bag
Building a bug-out-bag is a smart idea. Whether preparing yourself for a tornado or something more sinister (like the zombie apocalypse, for example), experts suggest you have three days of supplies on hand for whatever life throws you. Publisher Andy Tarnoff did the taste testing so you don't have to.