In the following Q&A, the owner of Door County Cherryland’s Best details his history, what he likes about WisconsinMade Artisan Collective, and his plans for the future.
This woman started a company to help her son, who has an intellectual and developmental disability.
When life brought him lemons, Ken put them in a gift basket. Except instead of lemons, it’s maple syrup.
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
STF Enterprises is known for soup mixes and rum cakes, but their company mission is to support the community.
Linda grew up in Canada and trained as a chef in Vermont, so why does she call Wisconsin her home? Read her story here.
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.
History plays an important role for O&H Danish Bakery. After all, it celebrates 70 years in 2019.
We send off 2018 with some special moments that happened at WisconsinMade this past year.