A UW-Madison Food and Dining Magazine


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  • A Good Feelin’ For Gameday

    A Good Feelin’ For Gameday

    Written by Lauren Anders. Photographed by Xinyi Li. Although we have rivalry, good eats will always bring football fans together. The one word that describes fall to me is football. When I was growing up in the nation’s capital, the months of late August through February were not for pumpkin spice lattes or apple orchards, […] Read more

  • To celebrate, or not to celebrate: a historical look at Thanksgiving

    To celebrate, or not to celebrate: a historical look at Thanksgiving

    By Genevieve Vahl Thanksgiving: a holiday sodden with tradition. The brisk fall air nips at your nose as you walk up the steps lined with pumpkins leading to the warm glow inside. A sensory overload as family members race to greet you. Smells of fresh baked apple pie and roasting turkey fill your nostrils while […] Read more

  • A Five Course Meal For Your Extra Orchard Apples

    A Five Course Meal For Your Extra Orchard Apples

    Written by Andrew Madison. Photographed by Erika Aoyagi. As the wind grows sharper and the leaves turn orange, apple orchards around Madison open their gates. People flock to them to stroll between the beautiful trees, take pictures with red noses, and pick apples with gloved hands. New couples, groups of friends, and families mingle with […] Read more

  • The History of the Apple Cider Doughnut

    The History of the Apple Cider Doughnut

    Written by Emma McClure. Photographed by Janvi Shah. Looking for a new fall food to try this season? How about a classic that can be found hot and ready at just about any apple orchard? Apple cider doughnuts are the ultimate fall dessert, but they aren’t just a trendy seasonal dish to put on your […] Read more

  • Hubbard’s: A Diner to “Pie” for

    Hubbard’s: A Diner to “Pie” for

    Written by Alexa Miller. Photographed by Ally Dweck. It’s no mystery that food brings people together, and Hubbard Avenue Diner and Bakery is no exception. By using pie as an irreplaceable staple, Hubbard creates an atmosphere of comfort and familial experience for the Middleton community. While incorporating the classic baked dish is not a groundbreaking […] Read more

  • Madison Ride-or-Dies Part I: The Rathskeller Buffalo Wrap

    Madison Ride-or-Dies Part I: The Rathskeller Buffalo Wrap

    By Matt Shelver, Community Editor “Madison Ride-or-Dies” is a series in which our writers and staff write love letters to uniquely Madisonian foods they just can’t live without. A ritual is truly a funny thing: it is something so cherished and so ingrained in one’s life, yet it can become so regular that the very […] Read more