Chef Kyle Sweet from Lake Arrowhead’s Pine’s Restaurant and Lounge, shared the details of his “Market Vinaigrette,” which works well as a dressing or marinade. Chef Kyle recommends that dried spices work best in the dressings, as they allow the vinegar and oil to mix and not separate so readily.
Who knew?! What started as a bold idea back in 1986 has transformed into a 27-year-long tradition and a mainstay of Midwest tourism – making Discover Wisconsin the longest-running travel TV show in the U.S.
In Wisconsin, winter can last three to five months (some years maybe longer). Many of us tend to stay indoors and hide from the cold, wind and snow. It’s time to break that habit. Enter ice fishing in Wisconsin.
It’s often said that the destination is the journey. We believe that to be very true. Lucky for us, there are infinite ways to explore Wisconsin. Read on for five of our preferred modes of travel:
Wisconsin sure is gorgeous. Browse through 25 of her most stunning moments:
Bright lights, festive music and over-the-top celebrations…there’s nothing quite like ringing in the New Year! Wisconsinites are known for throwing a good party so rest assured: wherever you celebrate here, you’ll be in good company. Here’s my countdown to a few fabulous ways you can welcome the arrival of 2014:
Our state has a history – how might you say it? – brimming with alcohol. Adult beverages are simply in our hereditary makeup.
Milwaukee, as we all know, was made famous by the likes of Schlitz, Pabst and Blatz. (Miller too, I suppose.) We’ve collectively redefined one of the titans of mixology – the Old Fashioned – to fit our own very particular, brandy-centric mold. Today, we continue to establish ourselves at the forefront of today’s greatest bar obsession: the artisanal cocktail.
Lakeview Road winds through the Wisconsin countryside, twisting and turning without a care in the world. It meanders past farm houses and groves of blue spruce, their branches groaning under craggy foliage. The road dwindles to a single asphalt lane, and then it curves sharply to the right and leads its travelers past a hidden treasure – Sand Lake.
Wisconsin families love a good tradition. For many it’s the annual pilgrimage to Deer Camp. Or it’s opening day tailgating at Miller Park. Traditions abound in this state—especially around the holidays—which is why this year, I decided it was time to finally partake in Wisconsin’s most popular Christmastime ritual: The Diedricks packed up the ol’ artificial tree and embarked on a quest for the perfect real Christmas tree. We were all pretty excited and my wife and I figured our daughters, aged 12 and 9, would remember these memories over what they actually received from Jolly Old St. Nick. Little
Our recent Wisconsin snowmobiling episode has us in the mood for another adrenaline rush. Luckily, Wisconsin has lots of outdoor and indoor extreme activities guaranteed to keep your heart pounding!