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The ROAR News & Updates
Super Spaghetti That Supports the Community - On Saturday, April 4, VFW Post 1879 in Fort Atkinson held their annual spaghetti supper. This has been a popular event in the community for more than 20 years, and hungry folks flock to the Post to get their fill of all-you-can-eat pasta with meat sauce, meatballs, garlic bread and salad. Spaghetti is spaghetti, right?... Read more »
Wisco Pop: Bubbly Beverages With a Local Twist - Austin Ashley began experimenting with making craft beverages at his home in Viroqua in 2003. His small-batch ginger beers and fermented fruit drinks became wildly popular with this friends and family, and he soon found himself struggling to produce enough bubbly beverages to keep everyone happy. Together with his wife Hallie, Austin perfected his craft... Read more »
What is Slow Food? - Slow Food USA is part of the global Slow Food network of over 100,000 members in more than 150 countries. Through a vast volunteer network of local chapters, youth and food communities, they link the pleasures of the table with a commitment to protect the community, culture, knowledge and environment that make this pleasure possible.... Read more »
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Landmark Creamery: A Tale of Two Annas - Only in Wisconsin could a successful business partnership be forged between two friends enjoying a couple of Old Fashioneds around a kitchen table. That’s exactly how Landmark Creamery got its delicious start! Based in Albany, Landmark Creamery is run by Anna Landmark and Anna Thomas Bates. The pair met at a potluck for Green County... Read more »
St. Patrick’s Day Food at Its Finest - Wearing green. Hitting the bars at 10:00 a.m. Proclaiming “Kiss Me, I’m Irish,” even though you’re not. St. Patrick’s Day means different things for different people. In my family, the tradition involves heading to What’s the Point in Fort Atkinson for corned beef and cabbage — and perhaps a green beer or two. Yep, it’s... Read more »
In the Mood for Something Spicy? - When Mandy Shipler’s husband started working out of town for extended periods of time, she would send him care packages filled with homemade treats. One of those treats was a bottle of hot sauce, which he shared with a group of coworkers at a cookout. Soon after, requests for Mandy’s hot sauce came pouring in, and she... Read more »