This week on Quarantine Kitchen Chefs' edition, we'll be cooking with Chef Barkha Limbu Daily of the cheel. She will be making two types of aachar and offering plenty of her kitchen wisdom for the taking.
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Opening a new restaurant is tough work. But it's even more difficult when you're also introducing your dining audience to a cuisine they've never encountered before. On this week's podcast, we chat with a restaurateur who's successfully done both.
There's nothing more all-American than a burger. In this series, we ask chefs to divulge the mouthwatering details behind their favorite restaurant burgers.
How will 5 local chefs fare when challenged to create delicious dishes in another restaurant's kitchen? We'll find out on Sept. 27 when five area restaurant owners showcase their talents on the new Food Network show "Bite Club."
In March, we brought you the news that the cheel be rolling out a beer garden and community gathering place in the lot just behind the restaurant. Today we have a few more details to share.
There's no shortage of articles and television shows that showcase the dishes that chefs love to cook at their restaurants. But, what do they love to eat at the end of their exhausting 16-hour days? Or on their days off?
As the weather warms, it's time to start dreaming of afternoons spent in the beer garden. And that's exactly what the owners of The Cheel have been doing. In fact, today marks the groundbreaking for an exciting new project called The Baaree.
We asked chefs to describe their restaurants in their own words and recommend three dishes that embody the best of what they offer. In this edition, we talk with Barkha Limbu Daily of the cheel in Thiensville.
The Cheel, 105 S. Main St., in Thiensville, is raising funds to support victims of this weekend's earthquake in Nepal through a program called "Hope For Nepal."