I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to get this podcast off the ground, but now that it is, I can’t wait to keep going! I have had this idea rolling around in my head for a while now, and Mary was the perfect first guest to have on the show.
Being cooped up in the house has been really interesting for the past month. I was one of the first people to opt to stay home from work, and I haven’t left the house much since. Here’s how The Glass Pantry is helping me stay safe at home.
At the beginning of fall last year, I took a visit to Willoway Farm, an 8 acre farm located in Fredonia, Wisconsin. Below is information I gathered from the conversation I had with one of the co-owners of the farm, Jacqui. Peppered through this post are a few updates that I received from Jacqui this […]
I wouldn’t normally post two interviews in a row, but this one has a very timely nature to it. A few days ago, I sat down with Casey Lanto, co-founder of the gluten-free startup Pairdd, to talk about the company and what’s next for them.
In Milwaukee, Braise stands for many things. Whether it’s the RSA, home delivery, culinary school, CSR, or restaurant that comes to mind first, all elements of Braise are special and enhance the community aspect of food in the city.
Are you frustrated with the lack of dairy-free, gluten-free, or vegan food trucks in Milwaukee? Recently, I was lucky enough to chat with Steve Perlstein and Jennifer Block, purveyors of delicious soups, salads, sandwiches, and anything else they can dream up for the fabulous new food truck, Simmer Milwaukee. Their truck has a wealth of […]
Earlier this year, I wrote a review about The Good Bean’s Sweet Cinnamon Chickpea Snacks. I liked them so much that I reached out to the company to conduct an interview. Below is part of a phone conversation with The Good Bean CEO, Sarah Wallace. Sarah was nice enough to chat with me and share […]