Denny Rauen says cooking fish correctly is as important as catching them. He created a recipe for salmon and walleye and shared it with us. Ingredients: Salmon/Walleye, Olive Oil, Bread Crumbs, Vinegar, Cayenne Red Pepper, Water, Sea Salt, Black Pepper Mix cayenne red pepper, vinegar and water to make marinade. Roll fish in marinate andContinue reading “Denny’s Blackened Salmon”
You see them all over this time of the year but have you ever wondered how pumpkins are grown here? In our first My Wisconsin Backyard “Drone Extra” we talk to an expert on the ground about this and show you a unique perspective from up above.
If you are carving up your pumpkin don’t throw away the seeds! We have a quick and easy way for you to turn them into delicious snacks.
Molly King hasn’t been able to fly home to Guyana due to the pandemic but she has discovered the benefits of traveling by foot and all that you can discover while hiking.
Last week we showed you how to harvest fresh horseradish. This week we turn it into a spicy dip that is great with tomatoes and other vegetables from your garden.
Kubb is a lawn game played regularly in Sweden where siblings Anna and Marcus Hagström attend college. Just before they left Shorewood to go back there they took the time to tell us more about the game and how it is played.
Freezing temperatures are on the way so it’s time to start clearing out the garden. Eggplant chips are crispy and salty and are a great homemade alternative to processed snacks. Ingredients: EggplantOlive OilSalt and Pepper Slice Eggplant in to chip size – sprinkle with Olive Oil, Salt and Pepper – back at 450 for 10Continue reading “Eggplant Chips”
Street art is popping up all over town, it’s all outside and free to look at. We talked to some local artists to find out more about how their work is energizing the community.