Wow your next party with Nueske’s take on a traditional recipe.
Just as there are many types of bratwurst, there’s also different ways to cook them.
This is a how-to guide on where and how to cook the perfect bratwurst.
We found a delicious honey dressing to go with your springtime spinach this year! Learn to make it here.
April sees the start of baseball season, not just in Wisconsin, but across the United States. For Wisconsinites, this is a time to start celebrating the Milwaukee Brewers. Or, as we lovingly call them, the Brew Crew.
Reading about the people who immigrated to Wisconsin during it’s pioneer years (1800s-1890s) is an interesting read. I’ve come across plenty of factoids that would impress people at cocktail parties. For instance, Wisconsin’s main industry in its early days as a state wasn’t cheese; it was lead and lumber. I touch a little on it,Continue reading Recipe: Cheesy Potato and Bratwurst Casserole
What makes a supper club a supper club? We explore that and more on the latest from the Sconnie Days blog!
Marieke Gouda provided this mouth-watering recipe. Read how to make it here.
If you can’t get through the holidays without homemade holiday cookies, this is the recipe for you!
Orange-glazed baked ham makes a great alternative to a traditional Thanksgiving meal. The best part? It uses coffee as an ingredient!
The WisconsinMade staff agrees: Northwoods’ Cranberry Cheddar/Broccoli Soup is the perfect dish for a working luncheon. Get the recipe here!