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Wisconsin Foodie is a weekly Emmy-nominated television program dedicated to educating, entertaining and connecting the community to the engaging stories and people behind their food. Each show dives into Wisconsin’s unique culinary world –profiling local food treasures and highlighting the passionate and hardworking individuals responsible for the burgeoning “Good Food Movement”. Wisconsin Foodie artfully blends food, cooking and travel while showcasing local businesses, restaurants, purveyors and farmers – telling their story and helping to promote a local, sustainable economy.

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S01E01 Pig Roast with David Swanson 07/10/2010 Travel to Oak Creek, WI and join Chef David Swanson at Pinehold Gardens for a pig roast. Chef Swanson is preparing a dinner on the farm for 50 people. We also meet the farmers at Pinehold Gardens - Sandy Raduenz and David Kozlowski and get a tour of their land.
S01E02 LotFotl | Beans & Barley 14/10/2010 Follow farmer Tim Huth of LotFotl Farm in East Troy, WI as he prepares produce for his weekly CSA & restaurant deliveries. We also visit Beans & Barley restaurant and get a behind the scenes look at how they use local produce on their menu.
S01E03 Kohler Food & Wine Festival 21/10/2010 Visit the annual Kohler Food & Wine experience to meet up with several top chefs and tour the area with Chef Ulrich Koberstein.
S01E04 Wild Rice 28/10/2010 Travel north to Bayfield, WI to visit the Wild Rice restaurant and meet with owner Mary Rice and Chef Jim Webster.
S01E05 Dane County Farmers Market with Tory Miller 04/11/2010 Visit Madison, WI and tour the Dane County Farmers Market with Chef Tory Miller. Chef Miller introduces us to some of his favorite vendors at the market.
S01E06 Sanford Restaurant | West Allis Farmers Market 11/11/2010 Visit the West Allis Farmers Market with Chef/Owner of Sanford restaurant Sandy D'Amato and his Chef de Cuisine Justin Aprahamian. With the bounty purchased at the market we cook up lunch at the restaurant.
S01E07 Lakeview Bison Farm 18/11/2010 Travel to Belgium, WI to meet farmer Al Wyker of Lakeview Buffalo Farm. Al takes us on an adventure around his farm to feed the Bison. We also join Olympic Gold-Medal winner and Wisconsin native Garrett Weber-Gale at Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee for an evening of celebration.
S01E08 Tour de Farms 25/11/2010 We get on our bikes and ride through Sheboygan and Ozaukee counties with Chef David Swanson. We tour several of his favorite farms: Jeff-Leen Farms, Wellspring Farms and Evergreen Lane Farm ending in a dinner shared by farmers and cyclists.
S01E09 Sweet Water Organics 09/12/2010 Visit Urban Agriculture upstart Sweet Water Organic in Milwaukee, WI. Founder Jim Godsil gives us a tour and tells us about the past, present and future of Sweet Water Organics.
S01E10 Spirit Creek Farms 16/12/2010 Travel north to Cornucopia, WI to meet a family living off the grid and making Kim Chi. Jennifer and Andrew Sauter-Sargent run Spirit Creek Farm, a lacto-fermented foods company.
S01E11 Elkhart Lake 23/12/2010 Travel to Elkhart Lake and visit with Chef Lynn Chisholm of the Paddock Club. Chef Lynn tours though the Elkhart Lake Farmers Market and then walks us across the street to prepare lunch at her restaurant. We also visit the Osthoff Cooking school and the Lake Street Cafe.
S01E12 Growing Power 30/12/2010 Visit with local food icon Will Allen of Growing Power in Milwaukee, WI. Will gives us a tour of his farm which is the last remaining farm in the city and located in a food desert. We then follow a shipment of greens from Growing Power to Meritage restaurant in Wauwatosa were Chef Jan Kelly prepares a dish that incorporates the greens.
S01E13 Strauss Veal 06/01/2011 Travel to Platteville and tour BJB Cattle Company with Farmer Barry Brodbeck. Barry has partnered with the Strauss Veal Company to "free-raise" veal calves. We also meet the family behind Strauss veal and hear their philosophy behind "free-raised" veal. Later, we visit Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee where Chef Adam Siegel is putting together an 8 course dinner that features "free-raised" veal.
S02E01 Coffee Culture 06/10/2011 Travel from the ground to the cup and learn the story behind a cup of coffee. Meet coffee roasters around the state and hear their philosophies on roasting, fair trade and the importance of community. Then, travel with Alterra Coffee to visit farmers and see firsthand how coffee is grown and selected. Finally, we get a lesson on making the perfect Espresso with award winning barista Scott Lucey.
S02E02 Pop-Up Dinners 13/10/2011 Follow Chef Tory Miller of L'Etoile as he and his crew travel to Willi Lehner's Bleu Mont Dairy to cook a meal for 250 hosted by Outstanding in the Field. Join Madison's Underground Food Collective as they take over the L'Etoile kitchen to put on a 100 person dinner. Finally, Myrica Von Haselberg of the food blog Horno Magico puts on a secret Valentines Day dinner at Milwaukee's Best Place.
S02E03 The Nouvelle Farmer 20/10/2011 Meet farmer Jonathan Stich of One Guerrilla Farmer. Jonathan is a new breed of farmer that not only grows heirloom products of his own, but sources from the best farmers in his community and brings it directly to restaurants like Alinea and Next in Chicago and La Reve and Cafe at the Plaza in Milwaukee. Follow Jon on one of his routes to Chicago and back - meeting his chefs along the way.
S02E04 European Homemade Sausage 27/10/2011 Celebrate the "Old World" and the "New School" tradition of craft sausage making. European Homemade Sausage has been a staple on Milwaukee's southside since the 1970's. In 2010, master sausage maker Frank Jakubczak tried to retire only to have his customers demand he return. Then, meet up with the Underground Food Collective and see what a new generation of sausage makers are up to.
S02E05 Chef Stefano Viglietti 03/11/2011 Travel to Sheboygan to visit with Chef Stefano Viglietti and tour three of his restaurants. After traveling to Italy, he and his wife Whitney returned to their roots and opened Trattoria Stefano 19 years ago. Visit his newest restaurants Field to Fork, Il Ritrovo and also the original Trattoria Stefano where Chef Stefano prepares us a southern Italian dish using mostly local ingredients.
S02E06 Washington Island 10/11/2011 Travel to Washington Island to meet with Ken Koyen, a 5th generation farmer/fisherman who supplies wheat to companies like Capital Brewery and Death's Door Spirits. Spend the day with Ken and his brother Tom fishing for White Fish, harvesting wheat and preparing a traditional boneless fish boil. See how to make the perfect Manhattan and visit Nelsen's Hall to join the Bitter's Club.
S02E07 Willow Creek Farms 17/11/2011 Travel to central Wisconsin to visit with Tony and Sue Renger, owners of Willow Creek Farms. Willow Creek produces some of the best award winning Berkshire pork in the state and they process and smoke all of their own meats. Tour their charcuterie facility, smokehouse and the pastures where the happy pigs roam free. Then, visit the Madison Club for the first SlowPig event put on by chef Dan Fox.
S02E08 Tony Mantuano - Spiaggia 24/11/2011 Meet Wisconsin native and award winning chef Tony Mantuano. Regarded internationally as an influential culinary force, Mantuano is the chef/partner at the only four-star Italian restaurant in Chicago. Mantuano worked in several Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy before opening Spiaggia in 1984. Visit Mantuano at his Kenosha restaurant Mangia as he hosts the 19th annual Masters of the Grill.
S02E09 Capital Brewery, Ed Janus and The Wheat Movie 01/12/2011 Kirby Nelson gives us a tour of Capital Brewery and a glimpse into beer making. Then, meet Ed Janus, author of "Creating Dairyland." He is joined by cheesemakers Sid Cook of Carr Valley Cheese and Jerry and Elise Klessig Heimerl of Saxon Creamery. Finally, a clip from the documentary by William Wroblewski titled "The Wheat Movie," where we meet craft baker Dave Bauer of Farm and Sparrow Bakery.
S02E10 Next Generation Cheesemakers 15/12/2011 Get a behind the scenes look into the art of cheese making with award-winning cheesemaker Andy Hatch of Uplands Cheese. Then visit La Merenda restaurant in Milwaukee where Chef Peter Sandroni is hosting a dinner to celebrate Wisconsin cheese. Finally, catch up with writer Gordon Edgar of Rainbow Grocery Cooperative in San Francisco for a reading of his book, "Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge."
S02E11 Truffle Dinner, Paul Bartolotta and Bittercube 29/12/2011 Visit Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee with double James Beard Award-winning chef Paul Bartolotta as he hosts their annual Truffle Dinner. The Bartolottas get together all of their chefs and put on a multi-course dinner using the rare white truffle. Then, visit the Hamilton Bar, where Nick and Ira of Bittercube Bitters are hosting an event that pays tribute to forgotten cocktails and rare .45s.
S02E12 Morel Hunt 05/01/2012 Visit Kettle Moraine with chef David Swanson from Braise Restaurant and Culinary School to hunt for spring morels. Also meet publisher and editor-in-chief of Fungi Magazine, Britt Bunyard. Britt serves as our foraging guide, maneuvering us through the forest and pointing out what is edible and what is not. Later, chef Swanson uses only foraged items to cook a completely local and seasonal meal.
S02E13 Braise Restaurant, Chef David Swanson and Gordon Edgar 12/01/2012 Visit chef Dave Swanson and get a tour of his freshly opened restaurant - Braise. David Swanson has been running a traveling cooking school for the past several years, cooking in barns and out in open fields. Then, meet the author of "Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge," Gordon Edgar. Gordon also runs one of the best cheese shops in the country, Rainbow Grocery Cooperative in San Fransisco.
S03E01 Pig Roast with David Swanson 07/10/2010 Travel to Oak Creek, WI and join Chef David Swanson at Pinehold Gardens for a pig roast. Chef Swanson is preparing a dinner on the farm for 50 people. We also meet the farmers at Pinehold Gardens - Sandy Raduenz and David Kozlowski and get a tour of their land.
S03E02 LotFotl | Beans & Barley 14/10/2010 Follow farmer Tim Huth of LotFotl Farm in East Troy, WI as he prepares produce for his weekly CSA & restaurant deliveries. We also visit Beans & Barley restaurant and get a behind the scenes look at how they use local produce on their menu.
S03E03 Kohler Food & Wine Festival 21/10/2010 Visit the annual Kohler Food & Wine experience to meet up with several top chefs and tour the area with Chef Ulrich Koberstein.
S03E04 Wild Rice 28/10/2010 Travel north to Bayfield, WI to visit the Wild Rice restaurant and meet with owner Mary Rice and Chef Jim Webster.
S03E05 Dane County Farmers Market with Tory Miller 04/11/2010 Visit Madison, WI and tour the Dane County Farmers Market with Chef Tory Miller. Chef Miller introduces us to some of his favorite vendors at the market.
S03E06 Sanford Restaurant | West Allis Farmers Market 11/11/2010 Visit the West Allis Farmers Market with Chef/Owner of Sanford restaurant Sandy D'Amato and his Chef de Cuisine Justin Aprahamian. With the bounty purchased at the market we cook up lunch at the restaurant.
S03E07 Lakeview Bison Farm 18/11/2010 Travel to Belgium, WI to meet farmer Al Wyker of Lakeview Buffalo Farm. Al takes us on an adventure around his farm to feed the Bison. We also join Olympic Gold-Medal winner and Wisconsin native Garrett Weber-Gale at Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee for an evening of celebration.
S03E08 Tour de Farms 25/11/2010 We get on our bikes and ride through Sheboygan and Ozaukee counties with Chef David Swanson. We tour several of his favorite farms: Jeff-Leen Farms, Wellspring Farms and Evergreen Lane Farm ending in a dinner shared by farmers and cyclists.
S03E09 Sweet Water Organics 09/12/2010 Visit Urban Agriculture upstart Sweet Water Organic in Milwaukee, WI. Founder Jim Godsil gives us a tour and tells us about the past, present and future of Sweet Water Organics.
S03E10 Spirit Creek Farms 16/12/2010 Travel north to Cornucopia, WI to meet a family living off the grid and making Kim Chi. Jennifer and Andrew Sauter-Sargent run Spirit Creek Farm, a lacto-fermented foods company.
S03E11 Elkhart Lake 23/12/2010 Travel to Elkhart Lake and visit with Chef Lynn Chisholm of the Paddock Club. Chef Lynn tours though the Elkhart Lake Farmers Market and then walks us across the street to prepare lunch at her restaurant. We also visit the Osthoff Cooking school and the Lake Street Cafe.
S03E12 Growing Power 30/12/2010 Visit with local food icon Will Allen of Growing Power in Milwaukee, WI. Will gives us a tour of his farm which is the last remaining farm in the city and located in a food desert. We then follow a shipment of greens from Growing Power to Meritage restaurant in Wauwatosa were Chef Jan Kelly prepares a dish that incorporates the greens.
S03E13 Strauss Veal 06/01/2011 Travel to Platteville and tour BJB Cattle Company with Farmer Barry Brodbeck. Barry has partnered with the Strauss Veal Company to "free-raise" veal calves. We also meet the family behind Strauss veal and hear their philosophy behind "free-raised" veal. Later, we visit Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee where Chef Adam Siegel is putting together an 8 course dinner that features "free-raised" veal.
S04E01 Coffee Culture 06/10/2011 Travel from the ground to the cup and learn the story behind a cup of coffee. Meet coffee roasters around the state and hear their philosophies on roasting, fair trade and the importance of community. Then, travel with Alterra Coffee to visit farmers and see firsthand how coffee is grown and selected. Finally, we get a lesson on making the perfect Espresso with award winning barista Scott Lucey.
S04E02 Pop-Up Dinners 13/10/2011 Follow Chef Tory Miller of L'Etoile as he and his crew travel to Willi Lehner's Bleu Mont Dairy to cook a meal for 250 hosted by Outstanding in the Field. Join Madison's Underground Food Collective as they take over the L'Etoile kitchen to put on a 100 person dinner. Finally, Myrica Von Haselberg of the food blog Horno Magico puts on a secret Valentines Day dinner at Milwaukee's Best Place.
S04E03 The Nouvelle Farmer 20/10/2011 Meet farmer Jonathan Stich of One Guerrilla Farmer. Jonathan is a new breed of farmer that not only grows heirloom products of his own, but sources from the best farmers in his community and brings it directly to restaurants like Alinea and Next in Chicago and La Reve and Cafe at the Plaza in Milwaukee. Follow Jon on one of his routes to Chicago and back - meeting his chefs along the way.
S04E04 European Homemade Sausage 27/10/2011 Celebrate the "Old World" and the "New School" tradition of craft sausage making. European Homemade Sausage has been a staple on Milwaukee's southside since the 1970's. In 2010, master sausage maker Frank Jakubczak tried to retire only to have his customers demand he return. Then, meet up with the Underground Food Collective and see what a new generation of sausage makers are up to.
S04E05 Chef Stefano Viglietti 03/11/2011 Travel to Sheboygan to visit with Chef Stefano Viglietti and tour three of his restaurants. After traveling to Italy, he and his wife Whitney returned to their roots and opened Trattoria Stefano 19 years ago. Visit his newest restaurants Field to Fork, Il Ritrovo and also the original Trattoria Stefano where Chef Stefano prepares us a southern Italian dish using mostly local ingredients.
S04E06 Washington Island 10/11/2011 Travel to Washington Island to meet with Ken Koyen, a 5th generation farmer/fisherman who supplies wheat to companies like Capital Brewery and Death's Door Spirits. Spend the day with Ken and his brother Tom fishing for White Fish, harvesting wheat and preparing a traditional boneless fish boil. See how to make the perfect Manhattan and visit Nelsen's Hall to join the Bitter's Club.
S04E07 Willow Creek Farms 17/11/2011 Travel to central Wisconsin to visit with Tony and Sue Renger, owners of Willow Creek Farms. Willow Creek produces some of the best award winning Berkshire pork in the state and they process and smoke all of their own meats. Tour their charcuterie facility, smokehouse and the pastures where the happy pigs roam free. Then, visit the Madison Club for the first SlowPig event put on by chef Dan Fox.
S04E08 Tony Mantuano - Spiaggia 24/11/2011 Meet Wisconsin native and award winning chef Tony Mantuano. Regarded internationally as an influential culinary force, Mantuano is the chef/partner at the only four-star Italian restaurant in Chicago. Mantuano worked in several Michelin-starred restaurants in Italy before opening Spiaggia in 1984. Visit Mantuano at his Kenosha restaurant Mangia as he hosts the 19th annual Masters of the Grill.
S04E09 Capital Brewery, Ed Janus and The Wheat Movie 01/12/2011 Kirby Nelson gives us a tour of Capital Brewery and a glimpse into beer making. Then, meet Ed Janus, author of "Creating Dairyland." He is joined by cheesemakers Sid Cook of Carr Valley Cheese and Jerry and Elise Klessig Heimerl of Saxon Creamery. Finally, a clip from the documentary by William Wroblewski titled "The Wheat Movie," where we meet craft baker Dave Bauer of Farm and Sparrow Bakery.
S04E10 Next Generation Cheesemakers 15/12/2011 Get a behind the scenes look into the art of cheese making with award-winning cheesemaker Andy Hatch of Uplands Cheese. Then visit La Merenda restaurant in Milwaukee where Chef Peter Sandroni is hosting a dinner to celebrate Wisconsin cheese. Finally, catch up with writer Gordon Edgar of Rainbow Grocery Cooperative in San Francisco for a reading of his book, "Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge."
S04E11 Truffle Dinner, Paul Bartolotta and Bittercube 29/12/2011 Visit Bacchus restaurant in Milwaukee with double James Beard Award-winning chef Paul Bartolotta as he hosts their annual Truffle Dinner. The Bartolottas get together all of their chefs and put on a multi-course dinner using the rare white truffle. Then, visit the Hamilton Bar, where Nick and Ira of Bittercube Bitters are hosting an event that pays tribute to forgotten cocktails and rare .45s.
S04E12 Morel Hunt 05/01/2012 Visit Kettle Moraine with chef David Swanson from Braise Restaurant and Culinary School to hunt for spring morels. Also meet publisher and editor-in-chief of Fungi Magazine, Britt Bunyard. Britt serves as our foraging guide, maneuvering us through the forest and pointing out what is edible and what is not. Later, chef Swanson uses only foraged items to cook a completely local and seasonal meal.
S04E13 Braise Restaurant, Chef David Swanson and Gordon Edgar 12/01/2012 Visit chef Dave Swanson and get a tour of his freshly opened restaurant - Braise. David Swanson has been running a traveling cooking school for the past several years, cooking in barns and out in open fields. Then, meet the author of "Cheesemonger: A Life on the Wedge," Gordon Edgar. Gordon also runs one of the best cheese shops in the country, Rainbow Grocery Cooperative in San Fransisco.

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