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DAILY CANDY- 8 short stories on Camp Wandawega’s Tasty Nugget event

Just went live this morning!Yay! …. Featured in a series of short stories written by Emily Fiffer for Daily Candy’s national channel. The brain behind the THETASTYNUGGET.US… Nathan Michael.Co-conspiritor and food genius… Heather Sperling. (We love you,  Emily – for such a beautiful recap.) check out the main post here-And all 8 individual stories featuring all of the different collaborators.

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Chef’s Gone Wild!

Last weekend we hosted one of the best parties we’ve ever had.We teamed up with Nathan Michael (photographer / designer) & Heather Sperling to host an event for local chicago food favorites. We present to you (a sneak peek) of“The Tasty Nugget”. The film is being edited.The photo documentary series is being curated.Here are a few looks from the Social Media feeds from the weekend: THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE: thetastynugget.us THE NUTSHELL:The Tasty Nugget is a weekend getaway for Chicago’s creative cooks & food people alike. Located at Camp Wandawega in Wisconsin, this invite-only event is created for leaders in the community who have a…

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apartment 9- food Issue

A couple of weeks ago we had a super talent group of folks pay us a visit.they cooked. the styled. they played. and they shot it all. and wrote about it! check out ‘Brunch 101’= a lesson in cooking in a cast iron skillet and more. The story includes cooking instructions, recipe, beautiful photography. (Yum) Check out their whole story here Food: Heather SperlingWords: Jourdan Crouch FairchildPhotos: Yewon Kimreason: apt 9 thanks guys! can’t wait to have you back up.

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THE TASTING TABLE visits camp – & one more reason to love Heather Sperling.

Heather Sperling (think Grace Kelly with a spatula) of THE TASTING TABLE paid us a visit recently, and cooked up a storm. I’m not quite sure how she managed to whip up a feast for 20 while giving cooking instructions the entire time, but a new bar for style has been set for style while weiling kitchen knives. here she reports on her weekend:  In a perfect world, we’d spend summer mornings paddling on the water, afternoons peddling a vintage cruiser, twilight reading in a hammock, and evenings tending the grill. That perfect world has a name: Camp Wandawega. The former summer…

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