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E-cookbooks will never replace the real thing

Published Jan. 27, 2016

Dining Writer Lori Fredrich makes the case for the enduring value of print cookbooks, a medium she finds valuable even in a world that's become increasingly filled with e-books and online cooking apps.


Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten enchants The Riverside

Published Nov. 30, 2012

Ina Garten, a.k.a. the Barefoot Contessa, was originally scheduled to come to Milwaukee Nov. 2, but her appearance was postponed due to Hurricane Sandy. Thankfully, the show was not cancelled and Garten made her first-ever trip to Milwaukee on Thursday night for a chat at the Riverside Theater.


Chef Thomas Keller returns to Milwaukee for October event

Published Oct. 8, 2012

Thomas Keller, the acclaimed chef-owner of The French Laundry in Napa Valley and winner of almost every culinary award given in America, is coming to Milwaukee for a book tour and dinner to promote his latest book, "Bouchon Bakery."


A tasty trip through Wisconsin cookbooks

Published Oct. 7, 2009

Even in this Internet age, when you can find 40 variations of almost every recipe with a few clicks of the mouse, cookbooks hold a prominent place in most bookstores. One of the many sub-genres is "regional," which means if you're looking for ways to make traditional Wisconsin dishes like sauerbraten, a fish boil or even "booyah," you'll find plenty of help.


Show me the love

Published Oct. 1, 2009

For those of you who show people you love them by cooking for them, like I do, my husband very well may have found the perfect cookbook. Scott's in independent sales, so he periodically brings home samples from manufacturers that spark my interest, but this one takes the cake.

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