By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Sep 18, 2014 at 3:02 PM

Welcome to #WeWant, a weekly selection of the stuff editors and staffers love.

Wear it: Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm
Sorry ladies, winter is indeed coming. I can already feel the shift in my skin and lips, maybe you can too! You will rarely find me without Burt's Bees Tinted Lip Balm in my bag during the colder months and you should certainly it to yours too. My favorite color is the red dahlia, but I also really like the hibiscus.  Carolynn Buser

Eat it, love it: Grebe's crullers
There is no donut above the cruller, and no cruller above Grebe's. The south side bakery's version is perfect  dense crumb, a textured crust, and just the right amount of frosting. They are the standard to which all donuts are measured and I've never found better. You can get them at Sentry, Woodman's, and a number of other stores, but I prefer the bakery at 5132 W. Lincoln Ave. Go on Sunday and get a buttercream filled coffee cake or some hot ham and buns for the game while you're at it.  Nick Barth

Rev it: "Cadillac: 110 Years"
My grandfather wanted a Cadillac his entire life. He worked very hard, but my grandmother told him he couldn't buy one – even when he could afford it – because they just weren't "Cadillac people." I think I got my Caddy adoration from Gramps and I really love older Cadillacs – DeVilles, Eldorados, Fleetwoods – basically anything with fins. I have owned a couple of beater Caddies, and regardless of the wear and tear, I found them to be the ultimate in cool and comfort. A "coffee table book" filled with photos and information about my favorite vehicle would serve as auto porn for me. Seriously, it would totally rev my engine.  Molly Snyder

Grill with it: Charcoal Companion
Recently I met with a nutritionist to talk about  what else  food and food preparation. She was fanatic about vegetables and equally fanatic about grilling as the healthiest way to prepare food. So I started grilling all manner of vegetables, but I was troubled by some (green beans for example) falling through the grate. And the vegetable grilling tray I had was too small. So I found a porcelain coated grilling grid that’s perfect. It’s about 18 x 12 inches and I can put a whole variety of veggies on it and get that great grilling flavor without losing them to the bottom of my grill. At less than $20 here it’s a real bargain and with two sturdy handles easy to move from the grill to the kitchen.   Dave Begel

Read it: "The Teacher Wars: A History of America's Most Embattled Profession," by Dana Goldstein (Doubleday Books) 
This extremely engaging and readable history of teaching in America could've been called "What Comes Around Goes Around," because as she traces the vicissitudes of teaching across 200 years in the United States, following the changes from a male-dominated to a female-dominated profession to unionization and innovation, she links the changing trends to current trends, helping to show that while we think the approaches of Teach for America, Harlem's Children's Zone and others are new and fresh, most have been tried at least once  and sometimes more  in our history. Smart, level-headed and eye-opening, this is essential reading for anyone interested in K-12 education.  Bobby Tanzilo