Madison Magazine - March 2020 February 20, 2020 7:43 AM Maija Inveiss Posted: February 20, 2020 7:43 AM Updated: September 10, 2020 8:31 AM by Maija Inveiss FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrint Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineDan Curd: the making of a food snob Dan Curd, I have always adored food, and after a 70-plus-year romance, I like to think I have a discriminating palate, one that has evolved and matured over time. Columns, Madison Magazine, Neil Heinen, Top StoriesHeinen: Education is a shared concern Neil Heinen, The change in our relationship to our civic institutions has been one of the most important issues of the last 30 years and one of the biggest challenges we face as a civil society. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesTicket splitters: Some Wisconsin voters may cross party lines in this year's elections JR Ross, If you’re looking for an early clue on which legislative races to watch this fall, check out incumbents such as state Rep. Todd Novak. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesIn archery, Oregon's James Lutz is on top of the world Doug Moe, It all came down to one arrow, and the pressure should have rendered James Lutz a bundle of nerves. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesHerbiery Brewing eschews from hops in exchange for herbs Erica Krug, Nick Ryan, founder and brewmaster of Herbiery Brewing, has always done things a little differently. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesKiu Leung: A global Madisonian Karen Lincoln Michel, Kiu Leung, a native of Hong Kong and a U.S. citizen, taught bioscience at two prestigious research universities before building a career in the private sector. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesCampo di Bella invites you to slow down for an Italian experience Andrea Behling, Husband and wife Marc and Mary Ann Bellazzini do a little bit of everything. Arts & Culture, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesTwo Madison area women developed a friendship in fabric Joel Patenaude, Enthralled by the story quilts of Rumi O’Brien, Bobbie Malone wrote the book on her. Earth Day, Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMeet four modern farmers in the Madison area Hannah Wente, A new generation of farmers is cropping up, and they are doing things differently. Home & Lifestyle, Madison MagazineHot List: 6 things to check out this March in Madison Madison Magazine, Take a look at what our editors' top picks are this month. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesSabrina Madison working to launch accelerator program to help black women change the face of leadership Maggie Ginsberg, Women make 85 cents for every dollar a man makes — white women, that is. Home & Lifestyle, Madison Magazine, Shopping & Style, Top StoriesVerona's The Purple Goose introduces makerspace Maija Inveiss, Since moving to Verona’s historic Matt’s House in 2018, the owner of The Purple Goose, Halley Jones, has been figuring out how to best utilize the upstairs space. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories11 under the radar restaurants in Madison Dana Munro, Get out of your food rut and try one of these restaurants that might be flying under your radar. Columns, John Roach, Madison MagazineRoach: The switch to remote Fridays John Roach, A few weeks ago, we made a modest change in the way our little creative shop does business. City Life, Madison Magazine, Top Doctors, Top StoriesRelief at last for patients with the 'worst pain in modern medicine' Holly Marley-Henschen, Retiring UW Health surgeon Dr. Hans W. Sollinger pioneers an operation for patients with the ‘worst pain in modern medicine.’ Columns, Editor's Note, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesOld-fashioned fare at Madison's The Old Fashioned Andrea Behling, We shot this issue’s cover at a little Capitol Square tavern you may or may not have heard of before, The Old Fashioned. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesEat like a Madisonian Andrea Behling, Maija Inveiss, Madison is known to many as the dining capital of Wisconsin, despite the fact that it isn’t the state’s largest city. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe 4 Bs of Wisconsin foods Andrea Behling, Maija Inveiss, In the category of classic regional food, we must first address the obvious Wisconsin food groups: beer, brats, bloodies and brandy Old-Fashioned sweets. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineMeet Mary, the ultimate Madison bloody Maija Inveiss, We tried to dream up the absolute best bloody mary we could think of. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top Stories18 fin-tastic places to get fish fry in the Madison area Maija Inveiss, Whether you want cod, walleye or perch, or you like your fish beer-battered, lightly breaded or sans coating, stop by to try one of these fish fries. Dining & Drink, Madison MagazineEat Rush Creek Reserve like a local Andrea Behling, It’s creamy, it’s rich, it’s funky — it’s damn near a Wisconsin delicacy. Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesMadison restaurants go beyond the average cheese curds Andrea Behling, We couldn’t get away with creating an “Eat Like a Madisonian” section without mentioning cheese curds, could we? Dining & Drink, Madison Magazine, Top StoriesThe Wisconsin kind of clubbin’ Dan Curd, Nothing quite says Wisconsin cuisine like a supper club.