Issue #352 Feb. 21, 2018

Growlin’ to Go

get your growler filled at this new Eau Claire spot

Samantha Kobs, photos by Andrea Paulseth

If there’s one thing that’ll get me in the door of a local business, it’s a five-foot, sheet metal beer can. Call it gimmicky or call it ingenious; either way, it’s catching glances from its sidewalk perch on London Road ...

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Issue #352 Feb. 21, 2018

Food Done Slow

UW-Stout students publish slow food cookbook

Kendra Lamer

In a world where fast food rules and drive-thrus loom around every street corner, a new movement is changing the status quo: slow food. The Slow Food club at the University of Wisconsin-Stout created the Good Harvest Cookbook ...

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Issue #349 Jan. 10, 2018

Murder and a Meal

Zach Schultz, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Fun, murder, and food? Sign me up! (Especially because nobody actually gets murdered.) Deb’s Café in Chippewa Falls is hosting a 1960s-themed murder mystery dinner party on Jan. 13. This dinner ...

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Issue #348 Dec. 27, 2017

Grandma’s Coffee Pot

a story of family, loss, and how we grow up without even realizing it

Cassandra Kyser

love coffee, so it’s easy for me to forget that I used to abhor the stuff. I started drinking it in my early 20s, as a way to cope with being a night owl in an early bird’s world. I had previously worked ...

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Issue #346 Nov. 29, 2017

So, What Makes a Craft Cocktail?

Thom Fountain, photos by Andrea Paulseth

Let’s cut to the chase here: We’re going to spend a lot of time here just talking about booze. But booze plays an important role in our culture. We gather in bars to watch sports and talk politics and go on first dates ....

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