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Fox Valley Tech Prepares Cultural Cuisine

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Sample a variety of street food-inspired hors d’oeuvres at Fox Valley Technical College’s annual Cultural Cuisine event on Sunday, February 25. The event, which runs from 3-6 p.m. at FVTC’s Appleton Campus, is a fundraiser for the college’s scholarship endowment fund. This year’s event will focus on street food favorites from cities around the world READ MORE

FOX CITIES EATS: CHICKEN AND WAFFLES

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I had my first opportunity to eat chicken and waffles for dinner 10 years ago on a business trip to Atlanta and immediately fell in love with the combination! Many of my friends and family cringed at first. “Chicken with waffles?!?” they said with that look I get too often. Well yes, chicken and waffles. READ MORE

FOX CITIES EATS: Draft Gastropub 

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“You eat with your eyes first” is an old adage I have appreciated throughout my life. Perhaps it is why I have been taking pictures of food for so long — to capture that first feeling when a plate comes to the table. It is truly when you make your first judgment of a dish. READ MORE

10 Most-Viewed Stories of 2017

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Images of faith, odd jobs and A-Z pantry staples dominated in 2017. Here are 10 of the most viewed stories of the year on foxcitiesmagazine.com. 23rd Annual Golden Fork Awards No surprises here – our annual readers’ choice restaurant awards was one of the year’s top stories. Splash City For our annual Swimsuit Issue, we asked prominent local READ MORE

Introvert’s Guide to the Fox Cities: Dining! Part 2!

Posted on Jul. 17, 2017 by Dan Meyer
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It’s no secret that the Fox Cities are home to dozens of fantastic restaurants and diners, so it comes as no surprise that it’s impossible to cover every introvert-friendly restaurant in one post. I stand by my previous five picks for introvert-friendly restaurants (if you haven’t taken a look at the post, check it out READ MORE

Introvert’s Guide to the Fox Cities: Dining! Part 1!

Posted on May. 29, 2017 by Dan Meyer
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Food is fantastic. Although the Fox Cities have popped up on the national radar as a bar haven, there are dozens of phenomenal places to eat. Unfortunately for many introverts, dining can be incredibly stressful. Going to any restaurant you’ve never visited brings its own set of questions that grow more stressful with each passing READ MORE

A Story in Egg Rolls: Mai’s Deli

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“It takes an endless amount of history to make even a little tradition.” – Henry James College Avenue in Appleton is one of the most vibrant downtown districts in Wisconsin I’ve seen. Throughout the day, and well into the night, the place is alive with activity; downtown events regularly draw crowds and fill the streets READ MORE

A Story in Egg Rolls: Eggrolls, Inc.

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“Food is a natural conduit of change, evolution, and innovation. Wishing for a foodstuff to remain static, uncorrupted by outside influence—especially in these United States—is as ludicrous an idea as barring new immigrants from entering the country.” — Gustavo Arellano Most of the time, the only chance to taste a Hmong egg roll is by READ MORE

10 Most-Viewed Stories of 2016

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Food trucks, a shipping container home and award-winning photos dominated in 2016. Here are 10 of the most viewed stories of the year on foxcitiesmagazine.com. New food alert: Pop Up Fox Cities creates dining experiences Pop Up Fox Cities launched in 2016 and readers were eager to learn more about the pop-up restaurant by chef READ MORE

A Story in Egg Rolls

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“What you want to cook and eat is an accumulation, a function of your experiences — the people you’ve dated, what you’ve learned, where you’ve gone. There may be inbound elements from other cultures, but you’ll always eat things that mean something to you.” – Jennifer 8. Lee, quoted in “What Americans can learn from READ MORE