Morgan Marsh-McGlone of Belleville launched her virtual lemonade stand last spring as a fundraiser for pay-what-you-can restaurant Little John’s. On Wednesday, she’ll share her cause with millions of viewers on Joe Biden's Inauguration Day broadcast.
President-elect Joe Biden is recognizing 8-year-old Madison-area resident Morgan Marsh-McGlone for her online lemonade stand that raised more than $50,000.
Little John's would be the first fully sliding-scale restaurant in the Madison area.
Two Madison restaurateurs are taking over the space that housed Charlie's on Main in Oregon.
In this panel discussion, food editor Lindsay Christians talks with two chefs and an industry advocate about where they’re finding hope in this moment of upheaval.
Starting this week, Liliana’s debuts a redesigned menu with smaller plates and lower prices. Changes were inspired by ongoing plans for a pay-what-you-can cafe.
Liliana's Chef/Owner Dave Heide is holding a launch party for his newly-minted nonprofit at his Oregon restaurant, Charlie’s on Main.
Chef Dave Heide has a vision for a casual, counter service restaurant that uses food that would be thrown away and turns it into a "pay what you can" lunch. The kitchen manager could train new cooks, perhaps military veterans who are looking to expand their skill set.
It's enough work to get through the holidays without having to worry about putting out a great feast or two.
Two area chefs turned what would have been wasted food into a buffet-style Sunday dinner that fed nearly 100 people to raise awareness about food waste.
Oregon has a new restaurant that would be a winner by Madison standards or any standards.
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Heide is the chef and owner of Liliana’s Restaurant in Fitchburg, opened in 2008 and named after his daughter. Charlie’s, open since mid-October, is named for his son.
Charlie's on Main will open this fall in Oregon where Mason's on Main used to be.
The Madison Children's Museum is introducing edible insects as a next-generation sustainable food group.
The five month old Madison Area Chefs Network is planning a new food festival for September in the new Central Park.
A new wine preservation system called Le Verre de Vin gives Liliana's an astonishing 21 days to use a bottle of wine once it’s open.