Results tagged with 'pizza'
Published March 5, 2014
Palermo's updated its cafe at Pizzeria 3301 with a wood-burning oven made in Italy using ashes from Mount Vesuvius and by sending its executive chef to Washington to become a certified pizzaiolo. But does the pizza live up to these lofty measures?
Published Feb. 24, 2014
Beginning today, Angelic Bakehouse, the only producer in the central U.S. of fresh, sprouted grain products, will add a new offering to its product line.
Published Feb. 15, 2014
I officially have a new favorite family friendly restaurant in the area. It's modern, yet cozy and welcoming. It's packed with kids and families, but not obnoxious or sticky (you know what I mean).
Published Feb. 5, 2014
Maybe I should have started with the Caradaro Club, but better late than never.
Published Jan. 1, 2014
Nine years ago, an office discussion turned to favorite pizzas, and a co-worker announced that his favorite pizza was Lalli's Pizza, 8826 W. North Ave. A couple of weeks later, I tried Lalli's pizza, and I really liked it. I recently visited Lalli's Pizza again, and I enjoyed the pizza as much as I did on my first visit, which speaks to their consistency.
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Tuesday February 21st, 2012 - Fox Lake, IL And then…it all came crashing down. This whole survival thing is getting to be a rather nasty pursuit these days out here in the trenches - even nastier than usual. I for one am not fond of this developing trend, but my vote means abou...
Every big city has its claim to fame "pizza joints." Of course, there are always the boring old giants in Pizza Huts and Domino's, but surely you prefer your very own hometown-type pizza joint, don't you?
I'm a self-proclaimed pizzaologist. A pizza aficionado. Simply put, a pizza...
I'm fairly certain some people thought we were crazy when we went out and bought a chest freezer -- primarily because this freezer wasn't the smallest one on the market. Nope -- we have 20+ cubic feet of gorgeous freezer space, complete with storage bins that we can lift in and out. We went with ...
hirst and Vine recently opened in Shorewood and is definitely being welcomed by the locals. I have made several trips in there and I have not been disappointed. They have an extensive wine menu and a “wine lady”, Jenna that has enough knowledge of wine in her back pocket to blow your ...
While it seems a large portion of Milwaukee was rushing over to Ian’s Pizza I decided to take a venture over to Brick 3 on Old World Third St. I was determined to grab a taste of some authentic New York style pizza that I had been hearing about. Brick 3 takes their name from the...
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