In 2011, Growing Power's Will Allen had this to say about Lake Effect contributor Kyle Cherek:
"Eating food is what we all have in common. It’s important that everyone has access to the same good food, regardless of their economic standing. This is about social justice. Kyle gets this."
It was a very nice thing to say, but two years later, Cherek isn't quite so sure he did get it:
Combining African cooking traditions with Milwaukee's local food movement is Yollande Deacon's mission.
Milwaukee's dining scene is growing up.
Is it possible to eat out and not break the bank? Dining contributor Ann Christenson says yes - and you don't even have to eat fast food, or at the buffet restaurant, or even at a church supper.
A week-long conference includes and awards cheese makers from all over the world and Wisconsin comes away with the most awards.
For many of us, summer cuisine means steaks, or chicken breasts, or kebabs, or brats, outside, over an open flame.
Many cookbooks claim to speak to our busy lives and the need to simplify cooking without compromising quality and flavor.
Nigella Lawson may be a household name, bestselling author and TV show host, but she describes herself quite simply as "a food enthusiast."
Milwaukee is in something of a food renaissance, for restaurants, ingredients, and simply for the interest of people in what goes onto their plate.
This month, a new quarterly magazine launches with a specific focus on food in Milwaukee.