Giant Pancakes and Morning Roundup

Why Wisconsin havarti kicks the ass of its Danish counterpart (yeah, them’s fightin’ words), giant pancakes at the Rockin’ Horse Cafe in Richville, Rick interviews some Kenyan farmers working in Wisconsin, memories of the Kin Chu Cafe on Hennepin Ave. (circa 1926-61) tasting notes for Bell’s Oarsman, more gushing about the baked goods at Patisserie 46 (read our gushing here), Bill Roehl didn’t really dig the pig uteri at Destiny Cafe, Michael Agnew on Schell’s Firebrick, wine dinners around town (including one featuring cheese from Faribault Dairy), some details on Summit’s upcoming Imperial Pumpkin Porter, Milwaukee artisan butcher Scott Buer will be featured in the new book Primal Cuts: Cooking With America’s Best Butchers by Marissa Guggiana, and there’s a Crispin Lansdowne cider tasting at The Four Firkins tonight at 6pm.