This Bites: A Slow Food Social and a Filipino NY’s Eve

This Bites: A Slow Food Social and a Filipino NY’s Eve

The culinary podcast featuring 88Nine’s Tarik Moody and MilMag’s Ann Christenson talking about all things dining-related.

Tarik and I are This Bite-ing it with lots of food news you can use. First up is an event this Sunday, Dec. 15, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., at Spoone & Crockpott (a.k.a., Boone & Crockett) in the Harbor District. For their Slow Food Social, as they’re calling it, you’ll get all-you-can-eat food plus one beer or cocktail for a set price ($35) and the proceeds will benefit Milwaukee Riverkeeper. Over 20 local businesses will offer food and drink, and they include Goodkind, plant-based food truck Maya Ophelia’s, Vanguard Bar, DanDan, Amilinda, Pete’s Pops and many more.

At some point, Tarik and I will have a longer segment on New Year’s Eve (the end of a decade!), but we wanted to get in a quick mention about Filipino restaurant Meat on the Street’s NY’s Eve plans (Dec. 31, 4-9 p.m.). The restaurant located at Eleven25  (the development on the Pabst brewing grounds) is doing a special Kamayan + Kin dining event that features a huge spread of food meant to be eaten sans utensils. Yep, it’s all about eating with your hands. Hear more about that.  

Bay View’s Lazy Susan is taking order for a special French-Canadian meat pie. That’s from now until Dec. 18. Chef AJ uses her aunt’s recipe for the pork-potato pie called tourtiere. Place your order; the pies will be ready for pickup on Dec. 23.

And before you hear our sign-off, we share the incredible news that Purple Door Ice Cream recently featured a Malort-flavored ice cream, making Tarik so very proud. And remember, This Bites airs at 8 a.m. on Friday mornings on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee. If you miss it, no sweat. You can catch our podcast right here.

Listen to “Slow Food Social, Filipino Cuisine, Christmas Meat Pies and more!” on Spreaker.

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Ann Christenson has covered dining for Milwaukee Magazine since 1997. She was raised on a diet of casseroles that started with a pound of ground beef and a can of Campbell's soup. Feel free to share any casserole recipes with her.