Breakfast on a Sunday in Milwaukee usually starts with a Bloody Mary. This one was exceptional.
I couldn't agree with buffetbuster more, this is the best corned beef hash I've ever tasted!!
Brad Olson, with more than a little help from Bobbie, made bacon baklava; WOW!!!
Brad Olson poses in front of the Champion Chicken. Actually Brad here bears more than striking resemblance to Roadfooder Quijote but I was told Brad was everywhere and in every picture so it must be Brad right?
Er, Brad's chicken dinner. The chicken was great; very moist but not greasy. A Champion if you will.
Brad was pretty full from breakfast so he ordered an assortment of wings.
I, Brad Olson, was so full from my corned beef hash that I opted for the Junior plate. Mmmmm.
Brad and Brad popped for some Red Velvet Cake, wwbbd?
Sorry for the poor picture but I was getting weak at this point.
One small section of the Kavanaugh Hill Spice House.
Ruth Penzey and co-worker. Ruth is the mother of the children that founded The Spice House, and Penzey's, America's top two names in spices. Thanks Ruth, you did well.
I missed quite a bit of the other stops so hopefully someone can jump in here and fill in the blanks. It was just a great, great time, celebrating with some of the nicest people I've been fortunate to know.
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