Although the phrase "farm-to-table" has become overused, it has strong, enduring roots among the farmers and chefs of south-central Wisconsin. From brats and burgers to bibimbap, Madison's culinary scene has changed significantly over the past ten years. Despite the fact that the city has traditionally led the locavore movement, the restaurant boom of the 2010s fundamentally altered the eating scene. Even when specific restaurants close or chefs change jobs, their relationships, ideas, and inventiveness endure. The culinary diversity, originality, and depth of expertise found in Wisconsin's state capitol have not been matched by much bigger cities.
University of Wisconsin Press
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