The Milwaukee Bucks Milk House returns to Wisconsin State Fair for the 31st year and an eight-ounce cup of flavored milk remains 50 cents.
During a recent visit to the State Fair, I plopped down my $2 to get samples of all but the root beer. My plan to mix the flavors and see which made for the best combinations.
The Milwaukee Bucks Milk House is, unsurprisingly (after 29 years in a row) but happily, back at the Wisconsin State Fair this year and as is becoming tradition there is a new flavor on tap.
It's become a beloved annual tradition for dairy lovers, young and old, to grab a fresh, cool cup of milk from the Milk House on the State Fair grounds. In fact, each year, more than 160,000 cups of milk are sold during the fair.
Hunger is real in the Milwaukee area. A new program at Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative will allow customers to pay it forward with the purchase of vouchers for nutritious wholesome milk which will be distributed by Hunger Task Force to local families.
Milwaukee's first Insomnia Cookies opened at 11 a.m. today at 1804 E. North Ave. The chain specializes in late-night delivery of freshly baked cookies.
Nearly 95 percent of food banks in the U.S. don't have enough milk to meet the need for hungry constituents. Here's how you can help.
This week, OnMilwaukee.com asked the Social Circle members what food or drink item they'd like to see for sale at Miller Park. Any suggestions of Hank the Dog were not posted. What would you like to see on the concessions menu?
The reporting by WISN-TV's Nick Bohr and the work done by Sherrie Tussler of the Hunger Task Force, led to the donation of 128,000 gallons of milk from the closed Golden Guernsey plant in Waukesha.
For most people, memories of a milk man delivering fresh milk to their door or milk chute are fuzzy to non-existent. Other Milwaukeeans remember the milk man clearly or still have milk delivered to their home via a small, family-run dairy plant called LW Dairy.
A lactose intolerant Wisconsinite should be an oxymoron. And yet, it's a reality for me.
Metro Market, 1123 N. Van Buren St., did a huge overhaul of its aisles recently. I like the new aisle line up and it only took one visit to get used it. But, changing the routine is never easy.
it is a perfect time for a film like "Milk." And it is a nearly perfect film for the time. There is great performance by Sean Penn. Less of the operatic intensity of "Mystic River" and more of the whimsy and joy of "Sweet and Lowdown." But the seriousness of purpose is there. Sean Penn is the best leading man as character actor that we have right now.
Nothing is cheap anymore. The prices at the pumps hurt, but OMC's Andrew Wagner has no problem shelling out a couple of extra cents to meet rising milk prices.
It's "Cheese Week" at OMC and Wisconsin's only Dairy Lama kicked off the celebration with an exclusive interview and a few spontaneous cheese haiku. Stay tuned for more cheese-related articles this week!