Wisconsin Supper Clubs and Morning Roundup

The New York Times takes a tour of Wisconsin supper clubs (here’s our own spin through the genre); a new check-out scheme at the East Lake Target raises customer ire (also: this is apparently the “ghetto” Target, for those not aware); a new video by Saffron demos how to use Spice Trail‘s Exotic Blend on roasted chicken; Bill Roehl raves up Ramadan Restaurant in Burnsville; Tricia (now apparently the de facto City Pages food critic?) reviews Pittsburgh Blue; details on the Fulton and Lift Bridge tap rooms; Well Fed Guide to Life heads to Cuzzy’s; beer reviews of New Glarus Raspberry Tart, New Glarus Laughing Fox, and Schell’s Burton Ale; deer hunting and processing in a nutshell; an old diner in Baraboo, WI, gets a big overhaul; and a taste of Spain at Solera.

By James Norton

James Norton is editor and co-founder of the Heavy Table. He is also the co-author of Lake Superior Flavors, the co-author of a book about Wisconsin’s master cheesemakers, and a regular on-air contributor to Minnesota Public Radio.