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Wisconsin Life Holiday Special


By Erika Janik | December 21, 2017

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Food is a big part of the holiday season no matter what or how you celebrate. Many of us eat turkey on special occasions but is there a better fowl for holiday feasting? Brett Laidlaw has some potentially controversial ideas. And speaking of contentious foods – lefse –  there a right way to make it?

And let’s talk about winter. It’s here. We can’t avoid it so we might as well enjoy it. We have a few ideas. We’ll explore all these questions and holiday traditions past and present this hour during this Wisconsin Life holiday special.

Erika Janik

Erika Janik spins multiple “Wisconsin Life”-related plates as she acquires, edits, records, and mixes radio stories for broadcast — all while searching for new roadside attractions, hiking trails  and local beer to explore.  She is the author of five books including “Apple: A Global History“, and most recently “Marketplace of the Marvelous:...
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