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by Jerry Minnich


Informatively written by Jerry Minnich (a professional restaurant critic regularly published in the Madison, Wisconsin newspaper "Isthmus"), Eating Well In Wisconsin is an expert survey of more than 250 of the very best Wisconsin restaurants.

Informatively written by Jerry Minnich (a professional restaurant critic regularly published in the Madison, Wisconsin newspaper "Isthmus"), Eating Well In Wisconsin is an expert survey of more than 250 of the very best Wisconsin restaurants. Whether one prefers outdoor dining, light meals, birthday parties for children, vegetarian food, or other specialized culinary interests, Eating Well In Wisconsin has a top-quality recommended locale suited for the occasion.

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Eating Well in Wisconsin book. Author Jerry Minnich offers sure guidance to all long-time residents, newcomers, travelers, and business pe From the sour cherry pies of Door County to the Cornish pasties of Mineral Point, from Friday night catfish fries on the Great Mississippi to elegant dining on the shore of Lake Michigan, this revised popular guide to Wisconsin restaurants has something for everyone. Author Jerry Minnich offers sure guidance to all long-time residents, newcomers, travelers, and business people.

Jerry Minnich, author of Eating Well in Wisconsin). Besides superbly chronicling the recent changes in Wisconsin's foodways, Allen has strengthened the text's culinary history throughout and at the same time revamped the book's format

Jerry Minnich, author of Eating Well in Wisconsin). Besides superbly chronicling the recent changes in Wisconsin's foodways, Allen has strengthened the text's culinary history throughout and at the same time revamped the book's format. Some of the original as well as new text is presented in sidebars, and subheadings have been added, which provide both a fresh look and a much more readable book. This incredible compilation ought to be in every home, library, and classroom in the state, and in the hands of culinary historians and other foodies everywhere.

Jerry Minnich is the best-selling author on gardening, cooking, travel, and living the good life in Wisconsin. His books include Wisconsin Garden Guide, Eating Well in Wisconsin, North Woods Cottage Cookbook, and others.

Robin Shepard is author of Wisconsin’s Best Breweries and Brewpubs . If you want to examine a book for possible rights licensing, please see Rights & Permissions. Jerry Minnich, author of Eating Well in Wisconsin.

Robin Shepard is author of Wisconsin’s Best Breweries and Brewpubs, which was awarded the Quill and Tankard Writing Award of the North American Guild of Beer Writers, and Best Breweries and Brewpubs of Illinois. edu or (608) 263-0734.

Eating Well in Wisconsin Jerry Minnich From the sour cherry pies of Door County to the Cornish pasties of Mineral Point, from Friday night catfish fries to elegant dining, this revised popular guide has something for everyone

Eating Well in Wisconsin Jerry Minnich From the sour cherry pies of Door County to the Cornish pasties of Mineral Point, from Friday night catfish fries to elegant dining, this revised popular guide has something for everyone. More than 250 restaurants including the best for nonsmokers and vegetarians, romantic dining, dancing, outdoor dining, birthday parties, and more.

2009 USA National Best Book Awards Finalist in the Cookbooks: Regional Category. Terese has captured the many positive changes that have occurred in Wisconsin's food landscape and woven them creatively into the recipes. 2010 Living Now Book Awards Silver Medalist in the Cookbooks/General Category. 2010 National Indie Excellence Awards Winner in the Regional Cookbooks Category. 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist in the Cookbook Category Finalist in the Home/Garden Category. The result is a fitting tribute to our cultural and culinary heritage. Jerry Minnich, author of "Eating Well in Wisconsin".

From the sour cherry pies of Door County to the Cornish pasties of Mineral Point, from Friday night catfish fries on the Great Mississippi to elegant dining on the shore of Lake Michigan, this revised popular guide to Wisconsin restaurants has something for everyone. Author Jerry Minnich offers sure guidance to all long-time residents, newcomers, travelers, and business people. More than 250 restaurants are described with helpful cross-listings identifying restaurants best for nonsmokers and vegetarians, romantic dining, dancing, outdoor dining, birthday parties, and more. Minnich is a restaurant critic based in Madison, Wisconsin. This is a completely revised edition.
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Here is one fantastic guidebook on restaurants that makes the whole state of Wisconsin seem like a delicious destination. The book has a perfect layout, very easy to use and understand. Each restaurant featured is given with thorough information which includes the street address, telephone and/or fax numbers, web addresses, general cost, hours when open and what signature dishes they're known for. Also noted is if the restaurant has a bar/cocktail lounge, vegetarian entrees, a children's menu, wheelchair accessibility, smoking/non-smoking, if reservations are recommended or if the restaurant is available for private parties and for what maximum amount, plus what credit cards are accepted or if out-of-town checks are okay with ID. Not to mention the inviting personal description of menu choices and ambiance presented by the author. He even brings some humorous insight to explaining the "fish fry" phenomenon of the Midwest, particularly Wisconsin as well as the variance in super club definition to the locality.

After the great introduction comes the list of restaurant recommendations, which are sectioned off by regions and arranged in chapters titled: Madison, Just Beyond Madison, Middleton, Baraboo Area, Southeastern Gateway, Milwaukee, Just Beyond Milwaukee, Lake Geneva & Vicinity, Beloit & Janesville, East Shore, Green Bay, Fox River Valley, Door County, WI Dells & Lake Delton, Central WI, North Woods, Lake Superior Shore, Southwest, La Crosse & Vicinity, and finally Eau Claire & Vicinity. What follows next is an index of restaurants in each region grouped for easy reference according to special accommodations, with such preferences as vegetarian, outdoor dining, birthday parties, senior discounts, early bird specials and light menus. On the final few pages is a very handy town/city index plus a separate restaurant index.
With a pinch of humor and a dash of genuine honesty from the author you can be sure to locate a great place to dine in Wisconsin, either casual or not quite so. You'll find that the restaurants featured here are surely above the ordinary in everything you could ever ask for in a good place to eat. Every imaginable type of cuisine is represented, from French to Italian to Swedish to German, from Mediterranean to Mexican, American Steakhouse to Midwest Regional and Contemporary, from Chinese to Thai to Seafood and Sushi, from Supper Club and pub to family dining. There is a scrumptious variety of restaurant choices served up to truly satisfy the hungry traveler. A recommendable, one of a kind guidebook.
Realistic
This book contains excellent reviews of all kinds of Wisconsin restaurants. It's well-written and very logically organized and easy to use. I've used many recommendations in this book and have found them accurate -- which is more than I can say for many a restaurant guide. I wish there were a more recent edition of this book.
Eating Well in Wisconsin ebook
Author:
Jerry Minnich
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Trails Books; 2 edition (August 1, 2003)
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216 pages
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4.4
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