Results tagged with 'Made in Milwaukee'
Published April 14, 2017
In 1937, Alfred Woelbing began making Carmex by hand, pouring the lip balm into the familiar yellow-capped jars in his Milwaukee kitchen. Today the company is based in Franklin and owned by Woelbing's grandson who says, despite rumors, the product is not addictive.
Published Feb. 23, 2017
Once again, Usinger's neighbor, Old German Beer Hall, joins the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County in celebrating Feb. 23 - today! - as Fred Usinger Day. That means free brats, free beer, free live music and more.
Published Aug. 8, 2016
Thanks to Sara Dahmen, Port Washington-based craftswoman and owner of Housekeeper Crockery, hand-crafted items - including tin-lined copper cookware and cast iron seasoned over an open flame - are being returned to the kitchens of Wisconsin.
Published March 18, 2016
Believe it or not, Saz's didn't start off in the barbeque business. In fact, when Steve Sazama opened Saz's State House in March 1976, it was a pretty simple bar that served a bit of pretty simple pub food.
Published Jan. 6, 2016
Wisconsin is more than beer, brats and cheese. But, we've got to admit it, our cheese is pretty darned good. And "USA Today" thinks so too, judging from their slideshow of dishes from area restaurants.
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