Archives by Tag 'Recipe'

A Spin on the Cold-Weather Classics for The Holidays

11/29/18
Submitted by Alyssa Selle
 

November in Wisconsin is the commencement of the chilly season, here in Wisconsin.  The leaves have made their final departure and winter coats, warm alpaca socks, wood piles, snow shovels, and our favorite comfort foods make their appearance. As the temperature continues to drop, warm and savory dishes find their way to the dinner table.  […]

End-of-Summer Smoky BLT Blast

09/14/18
Submitted by Megan
 

Once the temperatures start dropping in The Northwoods, the garden tomato season comes to halt. Mornings are chilly and fall colors start appearing in the hardwoods. Summer is short lived in Wisconsin, but we do everything we can to prolong the season and to savor every last bit of summer. BLTs are especially satisfying this […]

Nueske’s Mexican “Corn” Dog recipe… it has everything that represents summer in Wisconsin… Big Dogs, fresh corn, cheese, and a touch of Serrano pepper heat, if you desire!

These are one of our favorite appetizers right now because they taste like summer, especially if you can get your hands on some really good little grape tomatoes.  We’ve been getting lucky and have been able to get tomatoes that don’t taste like they were grown in the deep freeze.  The sweet-tart tomato, creamy-milky mozzarella, smoky […]

National Clam Chowder Day… with Bacon

02/25/11
Submitted by Megan
 

We were just told that today, February 25th, is National Clam Chowder Day.  You might wonder why we bring this up.  That’s simple: chowder is really, really good – but it’s even better with bacon.  Here in Wittenberg, we generally don’t make it any other way. You may not think of the Midwest when you […]