This week on FoodCrush, we're chatting with Nic Mink, Wisconsin native and co-founder of Sitka Salmon Shares, a company which delivers Alaskan seafood straight to Midwestern doorsteps through its community supported fishery program (CSF).
This week, FoodCrush co-hosts Matt Mueller and Lori Fredrich will be chatting with Emerald Mills, owner of Diverse Dining, a company which offers curated training programs and unique cultural dining experiences that serve to dissect biases and develop diversity and inclusion solutions that impact change.
This week on FoodCrush, we talk with Amy Narr, co-owner of Triciclo Peru, a Peruvian restaurant which opened just four months before COVID-19 resulted in the mandated shutdown of businesses across the nation.
Passion is the heart of nearly every conversation we entertain on the FoodCrush podcast. But few guests come to the proverbial table with a more passionate stance than Chef Luke Zahm, co-owner of Driftless Cafe in Viroqua, Wisconsin and host of "Wisconsin Foodie.â€
This week on the FoodCrush podcast, we are treated to the inspiring success story of a single mom whose passion for flavor resulted in the launch of a seltzer brand which is now available in all 48 contiguous states.
On this week's episode of Quarantine Kitchen, Lori will be sharing her technique and recipe for creating delicious smash burgers at home. Even better, I'll be joined by a very special guest: Matt Mueller, her cohost on the FoodCrush Podcast. During the episode, I'll be teaching him everything I know about smash burgers as we cook side by side in our respective home kitchens, exchanging witty remarks, friendly jabs and (hopefully) creating amazing burgers.
Join us for a new FoodCrush Live video series with area chefs and restaurant owners! This week, we'll be engaging in candid conversation with the owners of Iron Grate BBQ & Dandan about factors impacting restaurant recovery amid COVID-19.
The FoodCrush podcast was designed to give you an inside look at the chefs, restaurant owners, makers, movers and shakers who make the world of food and drink an exciting place.
Milwaukee is home to a long, storied history in food and beverage. This week, we're highlighting some of the conversations we've had on the FoodCrush podcast that showcase the folks who are working every day to preserve elements of our food and beverage culture, often while telling behind-the-scenes stories you've likely never heard before.
It's been two years since we started the FoodCrush podcast. We've laughed. We've cried. And we've talked to some of the most awesome folks in the city. Join us in looking back on some of the best of the best.
It's been two years since we launched the FoodCrush podcast. Nearly 70 episodes in, we thought it was time to reflect on some of our favorite episodes thus far. Here are co-host Matt Mueller's top five favorite episodes.
In this episode of FoodCrush, we delve into the world of craft cocktails with longtime bartenders, consultants and Bittercube founders Nick Kosevich and Ira Koplowitz. We chat about the beauty of bitters, the changing world of craft cocktails and the excitement of launching both their very first bar and a brand new line of Heirloom Liqueurs.
In this episode of FoodCrush, we sit down with John Dye to discuss his background, his motivation for taking on the curation of historic bars and the challenges he faces in keeping those spots alive.
Natural wine is definitely having a moment. But what is it? How is it different from "regular" wine? And why is it swiftly becoming one of the most sought-after categories in the beverage market? On this week's podcast, we're going deep with Allison and Bradley Kruse, owners of Nonfiction Natural Wines, about exactly that.
In this week's podcast, we talk with Doug MacKenzie and Jason Neu, owners of SoulBoxer Cocktail Co. They share with us the story of SoulBoxer's beginnings, as well as its future. We also discuss the history of canned and bottled cocktails, the art of creating them and the status of future of these oh-so-convenient beverages.