In what is a perhaps a comforting the-world-still-turns moment, We Energies shared photos this week of the first egg of the peregrine falcon nesting season to be found in a nest at the Port Washington Generating Station.
Currently, the Wonderland menu is slightly abbreviated, allowing for the kitchen to settle into a rhythm. But there's still plenty from which to choose for both breakfast and lunch, all at impressively reasonable prices.
I know very few people who haven't eaten the dish often referred to as "egg in a hole" or "egg in a basket." In fact, nearly everyone I talk to has a fond memory of eating eggs fried in toast, the deceptively simple dish comprised of modified slices of (usually) buttered bread encasing a fried egg. But very few, I've found, can agree on the name.
After reading through the new brunch menu at Kompali, it sounded so good, we decided to try it out for ourselves. That was a very good decision. Not only are the brunch options delicious, they're also incredibly affordable.
Fiesta Cafe, the new breakfast and lunch spot from the owners of Fiesta Garibaldi and Chicken Palace, opened quietly this weekend in Walker's Point. And we've got a preview of the space and the menu, which offers options for breakfast, lunch and brunch.
If you're looking for a new place to brunch this weekend, you're in luck. The Oak Barrel Public Housem will launch its inaugural weekend brunch on Saturday. Here's what's on the menu.
We got a first look at the brunch at Birch + Butcher, which offers a smattering of creative dishes in both small and larger plate formats, along with a nice selection of brunch-worthy drinks.
Will Blue's Egg win the title of best breakfast yet again - its fourth victory out of the last five years? Did Engine Company No. 3 catch fire with the voters? Or was it some other Cream City breakfast joint? Read on to find out!
John Brunnquell, President of Egg Innovations, has launched an ethical egg brand called Blue Sky Family Farms, which promises "Ethical eggs for the humane race."
I'm no food artist, but for some reason, I have a penchant for expressing myself with sriracha on omelets.
Sometimes, a story is just so complicated that reporters, editors and producers are just not smart enough to present it. And, sometimes, journalists are just too lazy and go after the easy story rather than the difficult one.
Organic eggs, sweet soundsystems, premium wine and more, all in this week's OnMilwaukee.com Recommends.
Sometimes it's the little things that make a meal worth remembering. Miss Katie's Diner, one of the Picciurro boys' places, does it right with the dish Bill Clinton made famous.
We all have our routine in the morning. I have a new one that's working pretty well and also tastes great.
I know that breakfast a tough economic nut to crack for restaurant owners, but if you build it people will come, if nothing else -- I will. I'm hungry for a killer breakfast in my Downtown. Let me have it!