Much more than a cookbook - though its 400-odd authentic recipes will whet the appetite of all who love good food - this handsome volume provides delightful morsels of information about the history of food and eating in Wisconsin. Includes nine historical essays, 400 recipes, illustrations, and 32 pages of historical photographs from WHS collections.
Try something new at your next campfire with this campfire cookbook, featuring more than 100 delicious recipes and full-color photographs of every delicious dish. Perfect for the professional cook, foodie, or family member with high expectations for dinner when roughing it in nature.
A seeds-to-supper guide for the whole family to learn together about gardening science and history and growing in different environments. Includes recipes and projects to make the most of these nature lessons!
Take a nostalgic ride around the fair with celebrated rural historian, Jerry Apps, as the former 4-H leader and fair judge showcases the history of Wisconsin county fairs (and the state fair) in this salute to one of the Midwest’s greatest summer traditions!