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Five incredibly satisfying curbside burgers

Each week on Radio Milwaukee,  Milwaukee Magazine dining critic Ann Christenson and 88Nine’s resident foodie Tarik Moody discuss Milwaukee’s culinary and restaurant culture on  This Bites.

Ann is back this week and she had a lot to share including where to find the best burger curbside in Milwaukee, Buckatabon's new curbside menu and how to make your own Oreo cookies. Plus, we also talked about the Jazz Estates take-home cocktail kits, a fabulous deal from the Sherman Phoenix and local grocery delivery service.

As we do every week, Ann and I shared what we cooked in the last few days. I took a stab at making Har Gow (shrimp dumplings). I got everything I needed at Mo's Asian Market (great store). Then I picked some amazing ground Waygu beef from Ardent's weekend pop-up at Laughing Taco. The beef comes from Chef Justin Carlisle's family farm. Ann made lovely lemon poppy seed bread.

Har Gow with hot mustard and spicy garlic sauce

Curbside burgers not to miss

Ann also picked five of her favorite curbside burgers. Spots include Birch + Butcher with their double cheeseburger and Nite Owl Drive-In. Check out the full round-up over on Milwaukee Magazine's website.

Oscar's Big O Burger |

An amazing deal from the Sherman Phoenix

Today and Saturday, three Sherman Phoenix businesses joined forces for an amazing deal. For $25, you can 12" pizza with toppings of your choice from Sauce and Spice, eight wings from Buffalo Boss and a small bag of popcorn from Lush Popcorn. This deal will be available for curbside pickup at the Sherman Phoenix today from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday from 1-6 p.m. You can find all the detail on their Facebook page.

Jazz Estate Cocktail Kits

Jazz Estate is now offering cocktail kits for some of their popular cocktails all you need is some jazz to go along with them. They are offering kits for their popular Jazz Estate Old Fashioned, Bryant's Old Fashioned, Royal Hawaiian and more. Cocktail kits will be available Thursday through Sunday.

And finally, if you are looking for a local alternative for grocery delivery, check out Milwaukee Market. It was started by Tracy Plock. Visit their Facebook page for all the details.

Director of Digital | Radio Milwaukee