Lindsay Christians (she/hers) is a full-time food editor and arts writer at The Capital Times in Madison, Wisconsin. She ran The Corner Table podcast (2016-2021) and hosts a video series called Cooking with the Cap Times. She is the author of “Madison Chefs: Stories of Food, Farms and People” (UW Press, 2021) and "The Osteria Papavero Cookbook" (Little Creek Press, 2023) with Francesco Mangano.
Recent work, and other samples
Don’t Cook for Cowboys pop-up dinners revive Grandma’s fancy plates
Two Crows Theatre returns to Spring Green with a supernatural thriller
Whiskey Run Distilling prepares to fire up the still in New Glarus
UW-Madison grad Carrie Coon talks 'Gilded Age' and 'Ghostbusters'
Eight Madison-area igloos offer winter dining outside
Duck Inn in Delavan gives an oat milk brand a taste of Wisconsin
Madison’s first kava bar, Rooted In Sanity, to open on Atwood Avenue
Eliza learns what she’s made for in a fresh ‘My Fair Lady’
How ‘Top Chef’ came to Dairyland
Forward Theater’s comedy ‘Clyde’s’ heats up hope and humor
A contemporary classic, 'Proof' at APT moves like music
Why Wisconsin Loves Supper Clubs - City Cast Madison
Mary Bero, Babette Wainwright named 2023 Forward Art Prize winners
UW Memorial Union scraps Tudor Dinners in favor of ‘Frosty Bites’
Life gave Madison chef Giovanni Novella lemons, so he made limoncello
5 Local Apple Orchards Worth Visiting 🍎 - City Cast Madison
John DeMain announces planned departure from Madison Symphony
Cook with Awa Sibi of Les Delices de Awa: Cooking with the Cap Times
5 apple orchards to visit near Madison this fall
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein explores what's hidden in 'Undersong'
“I hadn’t been playing much at all during the first few months of lockdown,” said Dinnerstein, who sheltered in place with her husband and son in New York City. “I just felt, like everyone, disturbed and depressed.”