Walnut burger


Busy Beans & Barley is always worth the wait

Published Jan. 5, 2009

Though business is steady for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the atmosphere at Beans & Barley, 1901 E. North Ave., always quiet and calming. Even the people waiting for tables seem at peace (unlike the frenetic crowds you find in some restaurant waiting lines). Once seated, you'll find a pleasing variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian sandwiches, soups and dishes made with fresh ingredients that will leave you pleasantly stuffed.


Perrot State Park is a well-kept secret

Published April 20, 2008

Perrot State Park is one of the relatively well-kept secrets of the Wisconsin State Parks system. The park consists of more than 1,200 acres of land surrounded by bluffs, where the Mississippi and Trempealeau Rivers meet.


Walnut burger is a Wisconsin invention

Published Sept. 7, 2006

Sweet, yummy and addictive, the walnut burger is a Badger State invention. More specifically, it is an invention of the Historic Trempealeau Hotel in Trempealeau.