No more new vs. old world confusion
A bartering food cart founder finds a mission
I want to tell you about a sweet little place over on the east side that is perfect for having lunch with friends. La Kitchenette, which took over the space of Chez Nanou back in September, has been open now for nine months, serving French-inspired comfort food dishes under the direction of owner and cook Virginie Ok.
Recently, I met a few friends there for lunch. It's cozy inside with a handful of bistro tables and bench seating along the back wall, which holds a chalkboard illustrated with...
Learn how to handle your kitchen knives properly with these 6 essential tips.
What's the difference between flatbread and pizza? One might argue it's the artisanal toppings or that fact that you wouldn't be out of line eating it with a fork and knife. If pizza were to have an opinion, he'd probably refer to flatbread as his classy cousin. Enjoy yours at the following locales.
Group to host first event this weekend
This Saturday, there's an event taking place in Madison that showcases more than 50 years of contributions that Indian Americans have made to the city in areas including science, medicine, research, technology, business, the arts and food.
The women behind Landmark Creamery are cheese maker Anna Landmark and food writer Anna Thomas Bates, who, together, make and market artisan cheese. The friends' old-world style crafted product can be found at cheese shops and fine restaurants throughout Madison and Milwaukee and on Saturdays at Madison's Westside Community Market.
In Landmark's fourth year of production using cows' and sheep milk from local Wisconsin farmers, they are ready to expand —their goal is to raise $25,000 through a...
A taqueria and tequila bar—could there be a better restaurant with such a concept to open its doors right before Cinco de Mayo?
Francesca Hong on ramen and thriving in the kitchen.
Have you ever sighed heavily while asking yourself yet again, "What am I going to make for dinner?" We all feel the weight of the question, and while we want to cook a wholesome dinner and bring our family to the table every night of the week, who has time? You'd be surprised how much time and energy it takes to come up with a relatively quick to make, easy and delicious meal.
Macha Tea Company offers this vibrant confection.
There's been a lot of buzz about these new shops.
There are some coffee trends stirring up change in Madison. We asked Michael Johnson, founder of JBC Coffee Roasters, to spill the beans.
You'll long for summer after ordering this dish.
The holidays are fast approaching, but there is still time to get the foodie on your list the perfect gift.
We're starting a wish list of some of Madison's tastiest dishes.
Humble Sweet & Savory Pie's new owner Jennifer Mans offers a couple things to keep in mind when making your Thanksgiving Day pie.
Comfort food takes us back to our childhood kitchens, to home cooking and foods that are familiar. It’s no surprise there are many different ideas about what qualifies as a comforting dish. Madison—with its diverse flavors, textures and aromas—is a place where family recipes and traditional ways of eating are proudly shared. But these local restaurants’ comfort dishes, as different as they may be, all have one thing in common: They have the ability to bring you home.
Isaiah Schroeder Knifework's Japanese chef's knives mix beauty with function for a tool fit for chefs and serious cooks.
Virginie Ok of Paris continues legacy of French bistro on Williamson Street with opening of La Kitchenette.
Explore the East African flavors Markos Regassa offers at Buraka.
Austin Ashley is the founder and CEO behind the colorful local label that's made with organic ingredients.
Expanded bar at Williamson Street eatery is a must-see improvement.