100 dishes to eat before we die and where to find them in Milwaukee

Last updated Oct. 31, 2017 during 2:29 p.m.

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The Facebook “100 Foods to Eat Before You Die” was all a hum a few years ago.

The list, that is unequivocally a ask to contrition we into perplexing some-more dishes or in some cases gloat to friends about how culinarily brave we are, hold my courtesy when a crony sent it to me and asked me how many of a dishes we had tried.

I looked a list over, checked off a few things, laughed during some of a equipment that were included, and kind of wondered how things like this ever finish adult being popular.

But, afterwards we began to consternation how many of a equipment on a list we could find locally. In fact, we got a small bit spooky with a thought of anticipating them all. So, we started an endless internet and in-person city search. we detected that many of a dishes on a list can, indeed, be found here. Pretty considerable for a city we infrequently call “Smallwaukee.”

So, review down a list and symbol off what you’ve tried. Better yet, find out something new that we haven’t nonetheless experienced. And, if we have any favorite spots to get equipment that we neglected to mention, let us know in a Talk Back Feature!

  1. Abalone – Abalone is a bit singular to find in Milwaukee. However, spots like Harbor House spasmodic put it on a menu as a special (a while behind they served adult Jade Tiger Abalone, poached in olive oil with 5 piquancy powder). If you’d cite to get it and prepare it yourself, a good fellows during a St. Paul’s Fish Market forked me to a good online source where sashimi class abalone can be found for $32.99 a pound. Check out Catalina Offshore for details.
  2. Absinthe – Fortunately, No. 2 was a lot easier. You don’t have to transport unequivocally distant to collect adult a bottle of this mythological strong spirit. Just conduct over to Great Lakes Distillery, 616 W Virginia St., where they not customarily sell a liquor, though also a correct rigging to go with it.
  3. Alligator – Not something we see any day, though there’s a grill where we could eat it customarily about any day if we wanted to. Just sequence adult a boiled alligator appetiser during The Brass Alley, 1023 N. Old World Third; it comes with pepperoncini, cherry peppers and (yum) garlic butter.

  4. Baba Ghanoush – There are a few places to get good baba ghanoush in Milwaukee, though unequivocally few review to Shahrazad, 2847 N. Oakland Ave. You’ll be gay by a hardness of this well-spoken puree done from roasted eggplant and tahini. And, maybe best of all, we can rinse it down with a juicy crater of Turkish coffee.

  5. Bagel and lox – Milwaukee isn’t accurately New York, though you’ll find a important bagel and lox image if we stop over for breakfast during The Knick, 1030 E Juneau Ave.

  6. Baklava – Again, there doesn’t seem to be a necessity of baklava in Milwaukee, though a Middle Eastern character baklava during Casablanca, 728 E. Brady St., seems to win revisit accolades from fans online.

  7. BBQ Ribs – This is one of a equipment on a list that gave me pause. Come on! Unless you’re a vegetarian, there’s a flattering good possibility you’ve eaten grilled ribs before. But, have we had Chef Aaron Patin’s signature Milwaukee ribs? These juicy ribs are expertly smoked and unctuously delicious. Try them during Iron Grate BBQ Co., 4125 S. Howell Ave.

  8. Bellini – Typically done with prosecco and fruit puree (usually peach), this splash is an Italian classic. Head over to Bugsy’s Back Alley Speakeasy during 218 N. Water St. where they offer them adult Thursday by Saturday.

  9. Birds Nest Soup – This substantially seems a small bit weird to a uninitiated. And, admittedly, it’s one of a equipment on this list that I’ve never tried. Interestingly, it’s an ancient image done from a subsequent of a bird called a swiftlet or cavern swift. Rumor has it this Chinese sweetmeat initial done a stage in Milwaukee in 1923 when Charles Toy non-stop his restaurant, a Oriental Room in “The Toy Building” on 2nd Street. Unfortunately, we can’t seem to find a source for a soup here in 2015, though Silver Seafood in Chicago appears to have it on a menu.

  10. Biscuits and gravy – This seems like a flattering typical object to finish adult on a “top 100” list, though who am we to judge? we adore biscuits and gravy. You can get a whopping platter filled with them during a West Allis Cheese Sausage Shoppe Cafe, 6832 Becher St.

  11. Black Pudding – Pudding done with blood? Don’t decider until you’ve attempted it. Order it adult as partial of a Big Irish Breakfast during a County Clare, 1234 N. Astor St. It also comes with bangers, rashers, eggs, vegetables and your choice of potato.

  12. Black Truffle – Pay a revisit to Glorioso’s Italian Market, 1011 E.Brady St., where we can sequence a genuine thing approach from Italy when in season, or select from a accumulation of truffle sauces, oils, or butter to overstate your subsequent celebration dish. Bavette La Boucherie also carries uninformed truffles when they’re in season. If you’d cite to eat your truffles during a restaurant, your best gamble will substantially take place during a month of Feb when spots like Sanford, Dream Dance Steak and Ristorante Bartolotta offer adult truffles on their menus and as a partial of featured anniversary dinners.

  13. Borscht – This soup is renouned in many countries in Eastern and Central Europe, where it has vast variations. Fortunately, there is even a mark in Milwaukee where we can try some-more than one variety. Benji’s Deli, 4156 N. Oakland Ave., serves adult both beet and cabbage borscht for between $3 and $6 a bowl.

  14. Calamari – Lots of restaurants offer adult boiled calamari as an appetizer, though it’s not always a greatest. When we sequence calamari, I’m looking for a light, non-greasy hardness with lots of deteriorate and customarily a juicy dipping sauce. we adore a calamari during Goodkind, 2475 S. Wentworth Ave., that comes with a many juicy boiled lemons. You can also opt for something a small reduction predictable, like a squid bibimbop during Stone Bowl, 1958 N. Farwell Ave.

  15. Carp – Although plentiful, canopy isn’t accurately a fish you’ll typically find on grill menus. A while back, a Smoked Fish Sliders during RuYi in a Potawatomi Hotel Casino, were done from carp; but, I’ve given listened they dropped dish. we theory that means you’ve got to fish for your own; we hear a Milwaukee River is stocked.

  16. Caviar – One of a sure-fire places to find caviar is during your internal sushi bar, where it’s used frequently as an serve for sushi and maki. At Kanpai, 408 E. Chicago St., we can representation drifting fish, salmon, or melt caviar a la grant for between $5 and $7.

  17. Cheese Fondue – The many apparent place to find fondue of all sorts would be during The Melting Pot, 19850 W Bluemound Rd. in Brookfield. But, there are other spots pulling out their fondue pots — like Millioke, 323 E. Wisconsin Ave., that serves adult a Wisconsin splash cheese fondue with pretzel bites.

  18. Chicken and waffles – In Milwaukee, steep and waffles are served many mostly as brunch fare. Head over to Palomino, 2491 S. Superior St., and you’ll find some of a city’s best boiled steep served atop a feathery waffle with sharp maple syrup. At Wolf Peach, 1818 N. Hubbard St., your boiled steep and waffle is served with sausage gravy and maple syrup on a side.

  19. Chicken Tikka Masala – There are a accumulation of places to get this Indian classical here in Milwaukee, though a favorite mark is Royal India, 3400 S. 27th St., that is also permitted with paneer (another partial on this list) for vegetarians.

  20. Chile Relleno – Again, this Mexican classical is sincerely easy to find. But, my recommendation would be to conduct over to Riviera Maya, 2258 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., in Bay View. Their chronicle isn’t scarcely as complicated and greasy as it can be during other restaurants, and a chiles come pulpy with a stuffing of your choice, including garlic shrimp, Xel-ha’s churned (pork, steak, bacon and chorizo), steak, chicken, pulled pork, shredded beef, chorizo, papitas (potatoes, poblanos and corn), calabacitas (zucchini, corn, oregano and bell peppers).

  21. Chitlins (chitterlings)– Head over to Mr. Perkin’s Restaurant, 2011 W. Atkinson Ave., for plates of essence food, including this southern classical done from pig intestines. Keep in mind, Mr. Perkins’ is customarily open Wednesday by Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  22. Churros – Treat yourself to churros – Mexico’s resolution to a doughnut — in a accumulation of juicy flavors during Lopez Bakery, 1601 W Lincoln Ave. Or conduct over to Mr. Churro, 2333 W. National Ave., where a cajeta-filled pastries are a caramel lover’s dream.

  23. Clam Chowder – The Manhattan character chowder during The Soup Market, 2211 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., in Bay View gets accolades for a chronicle of this East Coast classic. If we cite bar food and New England character chowder, Bass Bay Brewhouse serves adult a juicy play (and an overwhelming fish fry) on Friday evenings.

  24. Cognac – You can’t flog a selection, or a consultant recommendation you’ll find, if you’d like to do tastings of some-more than one accumulation of this upscale brandy during The Palm Tavern, 2989 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., in Bay View.

  25. Crab Cakes – It shouldn’t be a warn that some of a best crab cakes in a city can be found during a fish market. St. Paul Fish Company, 400 N. Water St. in a Public Market. But, they simply do a good pursuit with these shellfish delights.

  26. Crickets – Many explain that crickets ambience likewise to popcorn or nuts; If we attempted a cricket nachos during a Wisconsin State Fair this year, we competence know initial palm (I did it, and they were OK). If we haven’t attempted them, a equivocal permitted approach to do so competence be a Cricket Lick-It Lollipops, suckers that enclose a additional special provide of a genuine cricket inside. Crickets come encased in one of many fruity flavors, including blueberry, grape, orange or strawberry.

  27. Currywurst – Try Germany’s renouned sharp snack, sliced sausage served with a zesty tomato-curry salsa … where else? At The Old German Beer Hall, 1009 N. Old World 3rd St., of course!

  28. Dandelion Wine – The final time we tasted dandelion booze it was from a bottle in my aunt and uncle’s attic that they done themselves. Unfortunately, homemade seems to be a approach to go with this common brew. But, if you’d unequivocally like to get a taste, we can sequence a bottle from a Village Winery in Amana, Iowa, for customarily $11.95.

  29. Dulce De Leche – Get your dulce de leche during El Rey, 3524 W. Burnham St., and knowledge a tawny consternation of this caramelized milk-based confection.

  30. Durian – No other fruit appears to emanate such opposing opinions. This Southeast Asian fruit is tasty, though a smell has been described as “sweaty bad onions” by internal cook Daniel Jacobs. Nonetheless, we can find a good preference of hard-to-find fruits, including Durian, during Pacific Produce, 5455 S. 27th St.

  31. Eel – A good introduction to this juicy sea quadruped would substantially be in a form of sushi. I’d suggest a eel and avocado hurl from Screaming Tuna, 106 W. Seeboth St., a tawny hurl surfaced with honeyed eel sauce. And no, eel isn’t served raw.

  32. Eggs Benedict – This breakfast tack is everywhere. But it’s not indispensably good everywhere. Hollandaise can be tricky, and we wish a place that does it justice. My favorite spots to get a classical breakfast would embody Blue’s Egg, Buckley’s Restaurant and Bar, 801 N. Cass St., and Café during a Plaza, 1007 N. Cass St.

  33. Fish Tacos – Fish tacos are easy to find. But, if we need a recommendation, try a seared tuna taco from Gypsy Taco (at Boone Crockett, 2151 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. It facilities parched tuna with arugula salad, radish, toasted nori and sesame seeds; and it’s delicious.

  34. Foie Gras – Two places come to mind when we consider of foie gras – Sanford, 1547 N. Jackson St., where Chef Aprahamian’s dictatorial diagnosis of a tricky liver is always expert, and C. 1880, 1100 S. 1st St., that also deserves acclamation for a resourceful use of this infrequently argumentative ingredient. Call forward to see if it’s on a menu.

  35. Fresh Spring Rolls – If you’re on a west side, squeeze an sequence of juicy open rolls from Hue, 6519 W. North Ave. If you’re on a easterly finish of town, EE Sane, 1806 N. Farwell Ave., serves adult some of a freshest rolls in a business. Get an sequence to negate a outcome of their deliciously sharp Thai curries.

  36. Fried Catfish – Don’t skip a boiled trout during Ashley’s Bar-B-Que, 1501 W. Center St., where we can sequence a proposal fish as partial of a cooking entrée or on a sandwich. Or squeeze a two-piece boiled trout cooking during Nino’s Southern Sides, 4470 N. Oakland Ave., where we can span it adult with authentic southern sides like stewed okra, black-eyed peas and collard greens.

  37. Fried Green Tomatoes – Get these tart, frail summer favorites during Maxie’s, 6732 W. Fairview Ave. served with a side of remoulade. Or get them on a sandwich during redbar, 2245 E. St. Francis Ave., where a folks from Saucy Swine use a boiled tomatoes as a underline on their BLT with cheese. Alternatively, we can wait for them to seem as a anniversary special among a offerings during Odd Duck, 2352 S. Kinnickinnic Ave. You won’t be sorry.

  38. Fried Plantain – Some of a best plantain chips in a city can be found during Cubanitas, 728 N. Milwaukee St.; but, we shouldn’t stop there. Try a tostones (fried immature plantains) and a platanitos maduros (sweet plantains) and knowledge a full operation of flavors from this banana-like fruit.

  39. Frito PieIron Grate BBQ Co. serves adult a damn good chronicle of Frito Pie off of his BBQ trailer during area events. However, if we can’t wait, we could make your possess Milwaukee-ized chronicle with a crater of Real Chili chili, Wisconsin cheddar and a snack-sized bag of Fritos. Because, because not?

  40. Frogs Legs – Grab a potion of booze during a bar and try these French delicacies in style. Pastiche during a Metro, 411 E. Mason St., serves these adult right, deep-fried in a light batter, with remoulade.

  41. Fugu – It used to be that, if we wanted to indulge in this potentially lethal Japanese delicacy, we indispensable to expostulate to Chicago to Ai, that was once a customarily Midwest grill portion this singular blowfish. Ai has given closed, though Zagat rated Toro Sushi in Lincoln Park appears to have fugu on a menu.

  42. Funnel Cake – These boiled flog cakes coated with powdered sugarine are a gut-bomb, though they’re delicious. Get them during a Wisconsin State Fair, or from Tres Flores Co. Funnel Cakes during a accumulation of festivals during a summer months.

  43. Gazpacho – Wait until late summer for this fresh, juicy sweetmeat done from rise deteriorate tomatoes (that’s typically when it shows adult on area grill menus). Spots to find juicy versions embody Beans and Barley, 1901 E. North Ave. or any series of Colectivo locations. But, other spots that make adult a kick-butt gazpacho embody MOVIDA, 524 S. 2nd St., where it’s prepared with an authentic Spanish twist.

  44. Goat – Goat is an increasingly renouned protein, that we can find during restaurants opposite a city. However, one of a best places to find an tricky goat image is Irie Zulu, 7237 W. North Ave., where we can select from dishes like Jamaican goat curry or even goat soup.

  45. Goat’s Milk – Goat cheese doesn’t count! Fortunately, we can find goat’s divert during a accumulation of supermarkets in town, including Outpost Natural Foods Coop and Whole Foods Market.

  46. Goulash – Thank integrity for Milwaukee’s European heritage. You’ll find warm, comforting Hungarian beef goulash during Mader’s, 1041 N. Old World 3rd St. and Three Brothers, 2414 S. St. Clair where their the image of beef goulash with potato dumplings is a ultimate in comfort food fare.

  47. Gumbo – Gumbo is zero some-more than a southern stew. But, it takes skills to get it right. Order it adult during Maxie’s, 6732 W. Fairview Ave. or squeeze a shrimp and sausage muck during St. Paul’s Fish Market in a Milwaukee Public Market.

  48. Haggis – Haggis is a adore or hatred proposition. A Scottish sausage done from sheep or calf offal, suet, oatmeal and seasoning, boiled in a bag, it’s famous as an acquired taste.While we can spasmodic find it on grill menus (it shows adult spasmodic during McBob’s, 4919 W. North Ave.), we best gamble competence be to wait until Milwaukee Scottish Fest, hold any June.

  49. Head Cheese – European-style headcheese is done by cooking juicy pieces of a pig’s conduct with seasoning, afterwards chopping or harsh it and dire it into a cheese-like loaf, emulsified in a possess fat. Malone’s Fine Sausage of Milwaukee, 300 W. Walnut St., has been offered dual styles of headcheese – prohibited and amiable – for some-more than 30 years. Buy their product during a accumulation of supermarkets in Milwaukee, including Pick ‘n Save and Piggly Wiggly stores.

  50. Heirloom Tomatoes – The best time for heirloom tomatoes is late summer or early fall, plucked uninformed from vendors during a farmer’s market. Do yourself a preference and wait for them. When they’re in season, demeanour for good heirloom tomato salads during restaurants like Wolf Peach, 1818 W. Hubbard St., where a tomato is king.

  51. Honeycomb – The honeyed break of honeycomb unequivocally is a bees knees. Lay a bit of it out on a image with some peculiarity cheeses and offer it to guests. Or nip it yourself, widespread on toast or eaten loyal up. Buy a honeycomb uninformed from Kallas Honey, 5500 W. Douglas Ave.

  52. Hostess Fruit Pie – You can find these in a good many gas stations and preference stores around town. But, I’d substantially give we a pass on this one, as I’m not altogether certain they’re value seeking out. As this quote from a Serious Eats blog summarizes: “And afterwards we unleashed a partially hydrogenated fear within a paper wrapper.”

  53. Huevos Rancheros – You can’t unequivocally flog a huevos rancheros served adult during Café Corazon, 3129 N. Bremen St. You’ll get dual eggs balmy side adult on a corn tortilla with residence red sauce, sautéed onion and peppers served with rice, beans and tortillas.

  54. Jerk Chicken – For some of a many authentic Jamaican jerk steep in a city, you’ll have to transport west to Irie Zulu, 7237 W. North Ave., where you’ll find ideally seasoned island steep with a ideal volume of kick. The jerk wings are also value your while.

  55. Kangaroo – Milwaukee’s Kangaroo Brands sells pita chips and pita pockets, though we had a some-more formidable time anticipating a mark to eat kangaroo beef in a city. But, a discerning hunt online showed me that we can sequence a good package of a beef though going out of a state. Specialty Meats and Gourmet in Hudson, carries a far-reaching operation of outlandish meats including kangaroo, python, ostrich, and yak. Order online.

  56. Key Lime Pie – Some of a best pivotal orange cake I’ve had came from Maxie’s, 6732 W. Fairview Ave. But, Harbor House, 550 N. Harbor Dr., also has flattering juicy version, and a lakefront square perspective to go right along with it.

  57. Kobe Beef (also called Wagyu)– You can indulge in this spendy beef during Carnevor, 724 N. Milwaukee St., where a filet mignon will run we a high $76. But, according to a afficianados, it’s good value a cost.

  58. Lassi – This yogurt splash is renouned in a Punjab regions of India and Pakistan. For a treat, get a mango lassi during Bombay Sweets, 3401 S. 13th St.

  59. Lobster – Lobster competence not be inland to Wisconsin, though there’s no improved place to squeeze yourself a lobster than during St. Paul’s Fish Market, where lobster dinners are $13.95 any day.

  60. Mimosa – This brew of extract and stimulating booze is a favorite among a brunch-lovers set. And there are copiousness of places to get a good mimosa. But, we can squeeze a bottle of stimulating and a bottle of uninformed OJ and suffer a mimosa list use any weekend during brunch during Black Sheep, 216 S. 2nd St., for customarily $25.

  61. Moon Pie – If we haven’t attempted one of these iconic honeyed treats, it’s high time. Born in 1917, a Moon Pie was combined by Chattanooga Bakery. It’s graham cracker cookies, filled with marshmallow cream and lonesome in chocolate. You competence be means to find them somewhere around town, though it’s many some-more fun to revisit moonpie.com and sequence uninformed from a factory.

  62. Morel Mushrooms – Funny looking, yes. But, they’re also flattering tasty. You can find dusty mushrooms all year turn during a supermarket. But, it’s some-more fun when we can eat them fresh. So, keep your eyes open in May when restaurants all over a city will take advantage of locally sourced mushrooms, many foraged from right here in Wisconsin. You’ll many confidently find them any open during Morel, a mushroom’s namesake grill during 430 S. 2nd St.

  63. Nettle Tea – Stinging nettles are a weed that grow here in Wisconsin, as good as opposite a country. The tea, that tastes unequivocally immature and herbal, is famous for a use in holistic nourishment for obscure blood pressure, alleviating prostate issues, and more. Inquire about nettles and arouse tea during Outpost Natural Foods or Whole Foods Market.

  64. Octopus – If you’ve never attempted this 8 legged creature, we wish to trust your initial knowledge to a experts. It’s a unchanging object on a menu during Wolf Peach, 1818 N. Hubbard St., where it’s now served with sugarine snap peas, n’duja and mint. we also rarely suggest a octopus during Tofte’s Table, 331 Riverfront Plaza in Waukesha, that is marinated, grilled served with crusty bread, greens, shaved parmesan and lemon mustard vinaigrette.

  65. Oxtail Soup – Oxtails are valued for their tricky batch and are used widely all over a world. At Mader’s, 1041 N. Old World 3rd St., you’ll find a soup done from braised oxtail beef with tomato, sherry, and beef broth. Likkle Jamayka, 235 S. 2nd St. serves them with stewed with butter beans, baby carrots.

  66. Paella – They’ve got paella during MOVIDA, Milwaukee’s Spanish tapas grill where it’s always a tack on a menu. They offer 3 variations, a signature chronicle with braised pig shoulder, sofrito, saffron, red onion, furious mushrooms and goat cheese, as good as a seafood and unfeeling paella. The vast format entrees feed dual to 4 diners, so move friends!

  67. Paneer – Sample this amiable Indian cheese during customarily about any Indian grill in a city by grouping a Saag Paneer, a spiced image with greens, spices and deliciously tainted squares of boiled cheese.

  68. Pastrami on Rye – The best in a city can be found during Jake’s Deli, 1634 W. North Ave., where they have some of a best corned beef and pastrami in a Midwest. You’ll get it piled high on rye with Swiss cheese and a pickle.

  69. Pavlova – Also famous as Schaum torte, we can find this meringue dessert on a menu during Joey Gerard’s in Greendale, where it is served a aged propagandize approach with strawberry salsa and churned cream.

  70. Phaal – Phaal (also spelled Phall) is a super sharp English Indian curry. It got some press when Adam Richman of “Man Vs. Food” took it on in 2008 during Brick Lane Curry House in Manhattan. Unfortunately for chile heads, we don’t seem to have an homogeneous in Milwaukee. Although a grill has given closed, Brick House curry was important for containing 10 of a hottest chiles on a planet, including Bhut Jolokia, or Ghost Chile, famous as one of a hottest in a world.

  71. Philly Cheese Steak – If we can’t make it to Philidelphia, conduct over to during Chubby’s Cheesesteaks (multiple locations), for a cheesiest, messiest sandwich on a block.

  72. Pho – Visit Hue in Bay View, 2691 S. Kinnickinnic Ave., for a juicy introduction to this Vietnamese soup. While you’re there, sequence some sharp crab Rangoon and a qualification cocktail or burble tea. For a reduction discriminating experience, we can get your repair during a Asian food justice during Phonsavan, 6300 N. 76th St., and sequence a “special” pho with beef, chicken, pork, sausage, tendon, tripe, crab and shrimp. Or conduct to West Allis and try out Pho Cali during 11112 W.National Ave.

  73. Pineapple and lodge cheese – This is a time when a aged Heineman’s grill would have come in handy; I’m certain they served adult bowls and bowls of this native combo. Not certain if any places frequently offer it anymore. But, that’s OK. It’s easy to make yourself.

  74. Pistachio Ice Cream – Wait for it… wait for it… it’ll seem on a Kopp’s deteriorate of a day menu earlier or later. At a unequivocally least, they put Spumoni on a menu comparatively often, that includes a brew of pistachio nut, burgundy cherry chocolate almond custards. And yeah, that’s technically custard and not ice cream. But, you’ll adore it nonetheless, maybe even more. Not in a mood for custard? Try a pistachio gelato during Cold Spoons, 5924 W. Vliet St.

  75. Po’ Boy – Get your po’boy repair during happy hour during Oak Oyster, a downstairs bar during Third Coast Provisions, 724 N. Milwaukee St.; they offer a $5 po’boy special Monday by Friday from 4-6 p.m. and Friday and Saturday nights from 10 to midnight. Or conduct to Maxie’s, 6732 W. Fairview Ave., where we can select from trout or chicken.

  76. Pocky – I’ll acknowledge it. I’d not listened of this one before and didn’t unequivocally know what to design when we started researching it. Turns out it’s Japanese break food, and we can find it during Pacific Produce, 5455 S. 27th St.

  77. Polenta – There’s no doubt in my mind. If we adore polenta, or need a good initial knowledge with this Italian dish, we need to conduct over to Blue’s Egg, 317 N. 76th St., and sequence a Creamy Polenta with lacinato kale, fry mushrooms, poached eggs, and salsa fonduta.

  78. Prickly Pear – These spiky-but-sweet fruits are gleaned from tender cactus plants that grow in dull and semi-arid regions. Sometimes they’re referred to as a cactus apple, tuna or fig. You can find them frequently during Pete’s Fruit Market, 1400 S. Union St.or 2303 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr.

  79. Rabbit Stew – Milwaukee should be all over this dish, deliberation we have explain to a iconic intone done renouned by Laverne and Shirley: “Schlemeel, Schlemazel, Hassenfeffer Incorporated!” But, I’ve customarily found it during a few spots. One is Kegel’s Inn, 5901 W. National Ave., where they offer cooking rabbit and vegetables over noodles.

  80. Raw Oysters – Take a chair during a oyster bar during Harbor House and representation any series of juicy oysters. Eat them proposal on a half-shell with a few drops of lemon extract and a dab of horseradish. (Pro tip: Don’t customarily fire them back. Give them a small chew. They’ll seem reduction slippery and you’ll get some-more of a deteriorate out of a oyster itself).

  81. Root Beer Float – If we wish a classic, you’ve got to find yourself a good aged fashioned AW rootbeer stand. Fortunately, there’s an AW during 5133 S. 108th St., in Hales Corners. Worth a expostulate on a pleasing day to have your fill of this honeyed treat.

  82. S’mores – First, we need a campfire. Then we need graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows. Go epicurean during Indulgence Chocolatiers, 4525 N. Oakland Ave., and collect adult a S’mores kit, that includes sea salt dim chocolate and vanilla bean marshmallows.

  83. Sauerkraut – Milwaukee’s German race is poignant adequate that anticipating a bit of sauerkraut to eat shouldn’t be a problem. Grab it on a prohibited dog during Miller Park, or get a full informative knowledge by grouping a German Sampler during Mader’s, 1041 N. Old World 3rd St.

  84. Sea Urchin – High peculiarity sushi spots will mostly have uninformed uni as one of a offerings on their sushi and sashimi menus. And trust me when we contend we wish it to be fresh. Kawa, 325 W. Silver Spring Dr., and RuYi, 1721 W. Canal St., both offer a sweetmeat in good form.

  85. Shark – Let’s not ramble into this unsustainable seafood territory, OK? Instead, conduct over to Shark’s Fish and Chicken, 5834 W. Villard Ave. or 5653 N. 76th St., and squeeze a raise of boiled food to drown your sorrows.

  86. Snail – Celebrate a snail on National Escargot Day, that is celebrated any year on May 24 during Le Reve Patisserie and Café, 7610 Harwood Ave. But, if we don’t wish to wait for a holiday, we can get classical Pizza Man escargot customarily about any day of a week during any one of their locations. Or sequence it adult during Joey Gerard’s Greendale, 5601 Broad St., where it’s served in a shell, swimming in thriving amounts of garlic butter. In any case, escargot is ideal eaten with copiousness of crusty bread to soak adult a juicy sauce.

  87. Snake – Well, I’ve listened boa-constrictor tastes like chicken, though a smooth beef is not accurately easy to find in Milwaukee. So, my recommendation is to conduct over to a Milwaukee Public Museum and hunt for a dark “snake button,” that (when pressed) shakes a tail of a boa-constrictor strategically placed inside a bison hunt diorama.

  88. Soft Shell Crab – Summer is high deteriorate for sweet, uninformed soothing bombard crabs. Watch for them on special during good spots like Harbor House, 550 N. Harbor Dr., Third Coast Provisions, 724 N. Milwaukee St., and St. Paul’s Fish in a Milwaukee Public Market.

  89. Som Tam – Try this papaya salad during Mekong Café, 5930 W. North Ave., where we can select from Laotian character with crab pulp or Thai character with belligerent peanuts.

  90. SpaetzleWolf Peach, 1818 N. Hubbard, roughly always has these proposal dumplings on their menu; in fact, you’ll customarily find creatively juicy takes like horseradish spaetzle with parsnip, shiitake and vanilla. You can also sequence this German classical during Bacchus, 925 E Wells St., where it accompanies a birthright pickaxe pig clout and bacon-braised red cabbage. Or sequence it for breakfast or brunch during Brunch, 800 N. Plankinton.

  91. Spam – For spam in loyal Hawaiian style, revisit Ono Kine Grindz, 7215 W. North Ave., in Wauwatosa, or eat it adult with a lovely tiki-style cocktail (and a stream view) during The Love Shack, 106 W. Seeboth.

  92. Squirrel – Watching squirrels is great. Not certain about eating them. And I’m flattering certain you’ll have a formidable time anticipating them during a grill in town. If you’re quite dynamic to try this one, we suggest befriending a learned hunter who is peaceful to share a few of his spoils.

  93. Steak Tartare – You can’t remove with a juicy classically prepared tartare during Lake Park Bistro, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd., where a image is comprised of slices of proposal filet mignon, onion, salt and peppers and a proposal egg, churned list side. But, we can also get an equally juicy chronicle for lunch (or dinner) during Bavette La Boucherie, 330 E. Menomonee, where it’s prepared some-more playfully, infrequently served adult with tonnato, a mayonnaise formed salsa with tuna.

  94. Sweet Potato Fries – If you’re gonna go out of your way, go for a best. And those competence customarily be during Oscar’s Pub Grill, 1712 W Pierce St., that serves theirs adult with chipotle cinnamon seasoning and chipotle aioli.

  95. Sweetbreads – we sampled my initial proposal sweetbreads during Ilija’s Place in Cudahy, where they were prepared simply, vessel boiled and served with a crowd of lemon. Ilija’s has given closed, and so has Hinterland, another go-to for good prepared offal dishes like veal brains, rabbit kidneys, and steep heart. Fortunately, Story Hill BKC, 5100 W. Bluemound Rd., has them on a menu. They’re served adult with oyster mushrooms and thyme with a delicious vessel sauce.

  96. Tom Yum – This coconut divert based, lemongrass infused soup is a renouned choice during Thai-namite, 932 E. Brady St., where it can be systematic with steep or shrimp.

  97. Umeboshi – You needn’t go serve than a Asian dishes territory during Outpost Natural Foods to find these tainted preserved Japanese plums. They are an acquired taste, though they can be eaten plain or used as an serve to sushi or rice dishes. They can also be done into a tea by steeping crushed umeboshi in prohibited water.

  98. Venison – Quite a few restaurants have taken a gleam to this deliciously gaunt game. However, my recommendation is to check a ever-changing menu during Lazy Susan, 2378 S. Howell Ave., where Chef AJ Dixon frequently cooks adult tender dishes, like venison meal (perfect with a pumpkin aged fashioned, if a bar is portion them up).

  99. Wasabi Peas – Crunchy, spicy, sweet. This addictive break is good for anyone who likes a bit of kick. You can find them during Trader Joe’s as good as in a break aisle during many grocery stores.

  100. Zucchini Flowers – You’ll have to wait for a summer months to seize a few of these from one of a area farmer’s markets. Head to West Allis or South Shore for a best selection. Also demeanour for anniversary pulpy squish freshness dishes on grill menus around a city..

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