Issue #385 May 29, 2019

The Taste of Learning

CVTC culinary program plans regular lunch service next spring

Lauren Fisher

The Culinary Management Program at Chippewa Valley Technical College will spend the next two semesters preparing students for the ultimate test of knowledge and skill. In the spring of 2020 ...

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Issue #384 May 15, 2019

The Marigold

rooted in sisterhood and sandwiches

Lea Kopke

Upon retiring from their respective jobs as an insurance industry worker and a conservation warden, sisters Joy and Sue Miller decided to fill their time with an entirely new venture: the food industry ...

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Issue #384 May 15, 2019

Calzones on Wheels for a Good Cause

The Community Table launches its very own food truck

Nealy Corcoran

The Community Table recently announced the newest addition to its outreach program: This spring they celebrated the launch of a food truck. With the help of local organizations and a diverse group of volunteers, throughout the summer the food truck will travel around to low-income ...

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Issue #384 May 15, 2019

Nacho Average Restaurant

let’s taco ’bout the Paraíso Escondido Seafood expansion

Natalie Rosenkranz, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Attention Chippewa Valley Foodies: If you swoon at the mere thought of Mexican food, then you need to head to Paraíso Escondido Seafood ASAP. This hidden gem – located in the back of La Misma Luna Mexican Supermarket ...

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Issue #384 May 15, 2019

Crafting Something Special

whatever your taste, Chippewa County breweries, distilleries, and wineries have something to savor

Lauren Fisher

Whether you’re in the market for a Summer Shandy at the Leinie Lodge or a sip of something stronger from Chippewa River Distillery, Chippewa Falls has got the drink for you. Chippewa has craft ...

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Issue #384 May 15, 2019

Meat Me in Menomonie

Cut Rite Meat Shoppe offers local selection & expert advice

Danielle Zinsli, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Brent Hanson has been cutting meat since he was 16 years old. “I worked in a grocery store – worked my way into the meat department. And I’ve been doing it ever since,” said Hanson, who owns Cut Rite Meat Shoppe in Menomonie ...

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Issue #383 May 1, 2019

Rosy’s Texas Outpost

making super-good super tacos for 20 years

Rebecca Mennecke

Featuring tacos, super tacos, burritos, super burritos, chips and cheese, taco salad, and fiesta chips, you won’t walk away hungry from Rosy’s Texas Outpost this year at their first Food Truck Friday ...

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Issue #383 May 1, 2019

Wine Ice Cream? Why Not?

V1 editor experiments with alcoholic ice cream

Lauren Fisher

With comments ranging from “I can’t taste the wine in this at all,” to “I won’t eat this, because it tastes like wine,” this recipe is a great conversation starter for family gatherings.

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