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Upcoming Events

Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 6-7 pm. "The Flavor of Wisconsin: Our Culinary Traditions, Past and Present." New London Public Museum, New London, Wisconsin.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017, 6:30 pm. "Fish Fries, Rib-Eyes and Highballs, Oh My! The History and Lore of Supper Clubs in Wisconsin." Brookfield Library, Brookfield, Wisconsin

Thursday, October 19, 2017, 2 pm and 6 pm. "Enduring Food Traditions: Wisconsin's Small Town Cafes, Church Picnics and Supper Clubs." Fond du Lac Public Library, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.

 

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In the Media

Terese is interviewed in "Supper Clubs 101" a documentary from Wisconsin Public Television

Terese is interviewed about the history and culture of Wisconsin supper clubs on Wisconsin Public Radio. Listen in!

"Historical Flavor." Milwaukee Journal Sentinel food editor Nancy Stohs features recipes and stories from The Flavor of Wisconsin.

Listen to an interview with Mitch Teich about Wisconsin's culinary culture and The Flavor of Wisconsin on Milwaukee Public Radio.

Terese and co-author Bobbie Malone are interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio about their book, The Flavor of Wisconsin for Kids. Listen here (scroll down to May 31 interview with Judith Sears-Poisson).

Read about the Wisconsin Local Foods Journal, by Terese Allen and Joan Peterson in Nancy Stoh's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel column.

"The Appeal of Wisconsin's Farmers' Markets," interview on the Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio, April 18, 2014.

"Madison food culture feeds culinary expert," The Badger Herald, March 10, 2014

Read about the wonderful array of specialty cheese shops in northeastern Wisconsin in Terese's guest blog for travelwisconsin.com: The Wedge Way: Wisconsin Cheese Shops. October, 2013.

Nancy Christy and Neil Heinen wax poetic about the 2014 Wisconsin Local Foods Journal: Cheese Edition in the September issue of Madison Magazine. Read "Cheers for Cheese" here.

Interview with Terese about the 2014 Wisconsin Local Foods Journal: Cheese Edition, on "Wisconsin Cheese Talk," Summer, 2013. Click here.

Listen to Wisconsin Public Radio's interview of Terese Allen by Joy Cardin, about the 2013 Wisconsin Local Foods Journal. Tuesday, 10/2/2012, Program # 121002A

The Flavor of Wisconsin gets a starred review from Publisher's Weekly. (See Lifestyle section to read the review.)

Watch a video interview of Terese on Wisconsin Eye as she tells stories from her new edition of The Flavor of Wisconsin (see program 06.23.09). Cooking demonstration included.

"Allen's Update is a New Testament for Badger Foodies," by Bobby Tanzilo, OnMilwaukee.com.

"Passing the Baton on State's Culinary Bible," Wisconsin State Journal's Susan Troller interviews Terese about the new edition of The Flavor of Wisconsin.

View two videos at FarmstoFood.com, one with Terese preparing Spiced Meat and Lettuce Roll-ups and one of her being interviewed by Bill Lubing about The Flavor of Wisconsin.

"Terese Allen's Porno for Foodies," book review by Jason Albert at the Onion's Decider.com.

"Cheese Wars," Terese is interviewed in this documentary film about cheesemaking in Wisconsin and California.

"Green Living," Madison Magazine. Terese shares ideas for "eating green."

“Slice of Life the Daily Special at Small-Town Cafés”
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel food editor Nancy Stohs interviews Terese about Wisconsin diners.

“Wisconsin’s Crown of Cheese Is Within California’s Reach”
See Terese’s cheesy quote in the New York Times.

"Always In A Food Mood: Eating Not a Fleeting Interest for Terese Allen”
Capital Times columnist Mary Bergin features Terese’s take on the meaning of food.

• Tastes of Wisconsin video, Wisconsin Eye
See 5.8.08. Terese is interviewed about foodways, sustainability and other food passions.

• Wisconsin In Words: "Café Wisconsin Cookbook" video
See 6.5.07. Terese talks about the food and folklore of Wisconsin’s small-town diners.