Is there anything better than chocolate? We don't think so. But what goes into creating one of the world's most indulgent treats? We dive deep with Indulgence Chocolatiers owner Julie Waterman.
Earthy. Pricey. Irresistible. On this week's FoodCrush podcast, we sit down with Mike Jozwik (Mushroom Mike) to pick his brain about one of the world's most indulgent foods: truffles.
Tag along as we take a closer look at Don's Diner & Cocktails, from the stories behind the decor and inspiration behind their upscale comfort food dishes, to The Naughty Angel, the diner's retro whiskey bar.
White truffles can cost up to $2,000 a pound. But, you can get five courses for less than $200 next week at Salotto Zarletti.
Selling for hundreds and even thousands of dollars or more per pound, truffles are among the most expensive foods in the world. Yet, many people don't understand what the fuss is all about.
Freese's Candy Shoppe has been family owned and operated, with the same recipes being passed down, for three generations. Otto Freese opened the store in 1928 with a soda fountain just down the street from its current location in West Allis.
Earlier in the week I told you about the Piemonte regional dinner at Il Mito Enoteca and now it's also time for Bartolotta's annual white truffle extravaganza, too. It seems "my region" is bursting out all over Milwaukee ... or at least all over Wauwatosa!
In this edition of OnMilwaukee.com's "Milwaukee Challenge," the editorial staff went for the sweet stuff and tempted its taste buds with two varieties of locally made truffles.