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Taste of Wisconsin

Edible Madison Magazine

Celebrating the abundance of local foods in southern Wisconsin.

Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin (CHEW)
A non-profit, educational organization dedicated to the celebration of food, ethnic cuisines and culinary customs from all parts of the world.

Speakers Bureau, Wisconsin Humanities Council
Brings educational humanities presentations to communities throughout Wisconsin

Roads Traveled
Website of syndicated columnist and Wisconsin-ophile
Mary Bergin.

Classic Wisconsin
Travel, history and culture in America's Dairyland 

The Bratwurst Pages
“Because bratwurst is the party food of Wisconsin.”

 
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Cheese Underground
Blog by an artisan cheese lover.

Savor Wisconsin
Online guide to Wisconsin food products.

Wisconsin Made
Wisconsin cheese, gift baskets, bratwurst, gourmet foods, bookstore and more

Wisconsin Food Security Project

Information about food security, economic well-being, and access to affordable and nutritious foods.

Second Harvest Wisconsin
Feeding the hungry by obtaining and distributing food to non-profit programs

Itchy Cat Press
Wisconsin and regional books that unusual, quirky and fun.

 


     
 

 

 

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Food and Sustainability

Organic Valley Family of Farms
Organic dairy, meats and vegetables from the country’s largest organic farmers’ cooperative. Sign up to be a “Farm Friend” and get Terese’s monthly recipe column.

REAP Food Group

Building a regional food system in southern Wisconsin by connecting producers, consumers, policy-makers, educators, businesses and organizations.

Wisconsin Homegrown Lunch
Bringing nutritious, sustainably grown food to school children in southern Wisconsin and develop a stable market for local farmers and processors.

Farm Fresh Atlases of Wisconsin

Regional guides to farms, farmers' markets, restaurants, stores and other businesses that sell local food and use sustainable production and business practices.

Buy Fresh, Buy Local
Connecting farmers, restaurateurs and consumers.

Madison Area Community Supported
Agriculture Coalition (MACSAC)

The Madison Area Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) - More than 30 subscription farms in southern Wisconsin that bring sustainably grown foods to urbanites

Partner Shares Program
Raises funds to subsidize CSA memberships for households on a limited income.

Slow Food International, Slow Food Wisconsin, and Slow Food Wisconsin Southeast
Promotes the cultural, social and economic benefits of a food system that is “good, clean and fair.”

Local Harvest
Find farmers' markets, family farms, and other sources of sustainably grown food in your area.

Sustainable Table
The whys and hows of buying local foods

Food Routes
A national non-profit dedicated to reintroducing Americans to real food.

Savor Wisconsin
Online guide to Wisconsin food products.

Wisconsin Food Security Project
Information about food security, economic well-being, and access to affordable and nutritious foods.

Second Harvest Wisconsin
Feeding the hungry by obtaining and distributing food to non-profit programs

 


Foodways and Culinary History

Culinary History Enthusiasts of Wisconsin (CHEW)
A non-profit, educational organization dedicated to the celebration of food, ethnic cuisines and culinary customs from all parts of the world.

Eat Feed and Eat Feed Midwest
Podcast that tells the stories behind the great food you love to eat, to cook, and to share with friends and family.

Speakers Bureau, Wisconsin Humanities Council
Brings educational humanities presentations to communities throughout Wisconsin.

Greater Midwestern Foodways Alliance

Dedicated to celebrating, exploring and preserving unique food traditions and their cultural contexts in the American Midwest.

Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
Online collection of some of the most influential and important American cookbooks from the late 18th to early 20th century.

Food History News

Culinary organizations, books and booksellers, classes, libraries and other food history resources.

Wisconsin Historical Society