Susan Lampert Smith
A freelance writer and operator of the Blue Valley Gardens produce farm outside Mount Horeb, Susan previously wrote an award-winning newspaper column and has authored two books.
How much would you pay for a slice of state history?
For only the third time ever, Hook’s is releasing a batch of its 20-year cheddar to a lucky group of lottery-winning cheese lovers.
The spirit of Christmas past is found through settlement-era buildings relocated from throughout the state.
The Sheboygan Falls area comes together to create a space for growing, cooking, dining, learning—and getting some fresh air.
Groceries for those special dinners will cost more, putting everyday meals out of reach for a growing number of families forced to rely on food banks.
The scenery and fresh food were part of the appeal long before COVID provided a new appreciation for open-air dining.
Wisconsin is filled with autumn festivals that celebrate beer, dancing, heritage, the harvest… or any other reasons to raise a stein.
Apples—both fresh and fermented—are plentiful, along with shopping, dining, and recreational options.
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