Saucy, cheesy and full of herbs — this stuffed manicotti with coppa and rustic pesto is sure to please.
Elena Terry is the founder of a food-focused nonprofit called Wild Bearies based in the Wisconsin Dells and a lead mentor for the Native Ameri…
Elena Terry, a Ho-Chunk chef, educator and founder of Wild Bearies, continues her culinary advocacy for sustainable, Indigenous foods.
The Sow's Ear, a hybrid yarn store and cafe, has benefitted from an increased interest in knitting during the pandemic. It also has a good selection of food.
A consortium of investors is expected to acquire La Crosse-based City Brewing Co., which will acquire the closed former Miller Coors brewery in Irwindale, Calif., from Pabst Brewing Co., City Brewing announced Tuesday.
A couple with experience in golf and restaurants is opening an indoor golf club and restaurant near Garver Feed Mill on Madison's East Side.
Launching March 24, Spring Greens, a six-part video series, has fresh takes on classic dishes.
Take Togolese food to-go from La Casserole, whose meat pies, chicken dishes, hibiscus juice and beignets offer a taste of West Africa.
The Beer Bracket is an NCAA-style tournament in which folks from all over the state advance and eliminate a field of 64 beers, round by round, until we have Wisconsin’s favorite beer.
Pasture and Plenty, a café, meal kit service and retail space, plans to open a production kitchen focused on businesses owned by women and people of color.
Hone's menu will feature international foods, including budae jjigae, "army base stew," a Korean dish from the Korean War era; and six types of lumpia, or Filipino spring rolls.
Having the same head chef for 29 years has ensured consistency, and Louisianne's excellent Cajun/Creole food has won over many fans.
The Wisconsin Dells Plan Commission approved the site plan and conditional use permit for Latte Stone Brewery to set up outdoor seating with food and beverage service.
Dane County’s latest emergency order allows bars to reopen and restaurants, venues and movie theaters to increase capacity. But not everyone is ready to return.
Zoup!, a soup, salad and sandwich restaurant in Middleton, has closed due to COVID-19, a spokesman for the company said.
“The community has responded to us outstandingly,” said Jeykell Badell, owner of La Taguara, a Venezuelan restaurant in Madison.
The food sold from this refurbished bus on the East Side takes the MELTED sandwiches we all know and love and greatly expands on them.
The Cap Times wants to know how comfortable readers are with dining inside.
The commercial kitchen’s physical storefront on Madison's east side was a bust, but an online store has kept sales flowing to more than 70 businesses.
This week, make a dinner party dish for yourself, your partner or your immediate family. Do the extra steps. Make all the banchan for the bo ssam! Go all out.
“There’s still a lack of confidence,” said Craig Culver, co-founder and retired CEO of Culver’s, the fast food franchise. “It’s very safe to eat in the restaurant.”