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!
This week we extend our Wisconsin county culinary tour to Forest and Grant Counties. They are on opposite sides of Wisconsin — far northeast and far southwest.
This week’s Wisconsin county culinary tour visits Dunn and Eau Claire Counties. Interestingly, not only are they next to each our alphabetically but they are also next door neighbors.
Here in Wisconsin winter is usually a bit longer than some of us would prefer. But this year in mid-December the temps are in the 40’s. There is no snow on the ground. Walks outdoors around the neighborhood are pleasant. And each pleasant day like this gets us one day closer to March. Christmas decorationsContinue reading Christmas in the Air