The Cabin

Destination Dining: Farm-to-Fork in Wisconsin

Episode Summary

Farm-to-Fork Dining has been seriously expanding in recent years across the state of Wisconsin. During our Campfire Conversation, we’ll be covering some of our favorite spots to shop and dine farm-to-fork style. We’ll also be introducing a brand new segment we like to call Hidden Gems. Each week, our hosts will reveal some of Wisconsin’s most unexpected treasures. Join us for our inaugural Hidden Gems segment: the best spots to social distance in Wisconsin. (Pretty fitting, right?)

Episode Notes

The Cabin is presented by the Wisconsin Counties Association and this week we're featuring Buffalo County. 

Campfire Conversation: Farm-to-Fork dining has continued to expand over the past few years as people across Wisconsin recognize the value and importance of shopping and dining local We're going to cover a few of our favorite farm-to-fork spots: Suncrest Gardens Pizza Farm (Cochrane), Vino in the Valley (Maiden Rock), Nelson Stone Barn (Nelson), Campo di Bella (Mt Horeb), Meuer Farm near (Chilton), Driftless Cafe (Viroqua), Kraus House (Whitewater).

Hidden Gems: Welcome to our brand new segment Hidden Gems! We know how much you guys love knowing about lowkey locations and secret spots to visit with your family and friends. Each week we'll dive into a different kind of Wisconsin Hidden Gem, this week is all about Hidden Gems that are the best spots to be socially distant. Here are our top picks: SE WI: Paradise Springs Nature Trail (Eagle), NE WI: Door County Land Trust (Sturgeon Bay), NW WI: CAMBA Trail System - Gravity Cavity (Seeley), SW WI: Ocooch Mountains (Richland Center), Fragrant Isle (Washington Island), Grant Park paths (South Milwaukee), Superior Falls and the trails of the Montreal River (WI-MI border).

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