By Amy L. Schubert Food Writer Published Dec 11, 2007 at 1:35 PM's Jeff Sherman suggested a lovely idea for a blog. He asked what recipe from a Milwaukee restaurant would I give anything to have.

This is actually a great topic, because it would have to be something I wouldn't automatically be able to guesstimate the ingredients and reproduce on my own.

For me, there are a couple I would like, and I'm sure readers have many, many more. Maybe if we compile them here, some of the restaurants will humor us and provide the recipes.

Mine are the lobster bisque from Belleview Bistro, which was simply too rich and delicious to estimate all the ingredients (although I highly suspect at least a pound of butter may be involved), and the cold raspberry soup served at the Boulevard Inn.

What recipes would you care to have? Please use the talkback feature below.

Amy L. Schubert is a 15-year veteran of the hospitality industry and has worked in every aspect of bar and restaurant operations. A graduate of Marquette University (B.A.-Writing Intensive English, 1997) and UW-Milwaukee (M.A.-Rhetoric, Composition, and Professional Writing, 2001), Amy still occasionally moonlights as a guest bartender and she mixes a mean martini.

The restaurant business seems to be in Amy’s blood, and she prides herself in researching and experimenting with culinary combinations and cooking techniques in her own kitchen as well as in friends’ restaurants. Both she and her husband, Scott, are avid cooks and “wine heads,” and love to entertain friends, family and neighbors as frequently as possible.

Amy and Scott live with their boys, Alex and Nick, in Bay View, where they are all very active in the community. Amy finds great pleasure in sharing her knowledge and passions for food and writing in her contributions to