Edible Milwaukee is a quarterly magazine and online platform focused on the production, distribution, and consumption of food in Milwaukee and the Midwest. We are part of a larger network of 80+ Edible Communities publications in North America, each locally-owned and -oriented.
Letter From the Publisher
Savor the season, but most of all, give thanks for your tribe—and feed them well.
by Jen Ede
Area artisans ramp up during the holiday season.
by Molly Rippinger
Chocolate probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks about Wisconsin, but the Midwest is home to a unique variety of chocolatiers, each one bringing a unique individual approach to the confection.
by Jen Janviere
The little bakery that could.
by Jenna Kashou
Back of the House
No one would call Milwaukee’s female chefs pretentious. They aren’t seeking fame or showboating their successes. Instead, these women are approachable, humble and passionate about their craft.
by Molly Rippinger
Cream City Libations
Gifts for the beer lovers in your life.
by Nick Rasmussen
Exploring cold pack cheese spread.
by Brett Kell
Few things conjure the spirit of the holidays better than the scent of cinnamon, cloves, vanilla and nutmeg. These flavors have long been popular with Milwaukeeans.
by Erika Janik
Trifles have been done a great injustice. My mission is to redeem them! To put the trifle back on your holiday table in a place of honor to be admired and savored by all.
by Christina Ward
While summer days may be a thing of the past, fresh Wisconsin produce during the winter months doesn’t have to be.
by Edible Milwaukee staff
While making homemade edible gifts during the holiday season is a great way to show love and thoughtfulness for family and friends, it’s also a great opportunity to support local food producers and retailers.
by Francie Szostak
Ask DJ Tarik Moody about food and he always has something to tell you. An avid cook and food enthusiast, Tarik is known about town equally well for the new flavors he introduces via his show, Rhythm Lab Radio on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, as for his love of late night eats.
Q&A with Tarik Moody