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
17 new Madison-area restaurants, cafes and bars to try now
Deaf actor Joshua Castille brings a new Romeo to APT
Cinn City Smash food truck makes a splash at Madison bars
'Top Chef' is coming to Wisconsin. Here's what you need to know.
APT's "Once Upon a Bridge' connects three strangers on a London street
Red, white and rosé: 18 places to sample wine in the Madison area
APT's campy 'Merry Wives' goes walking in a Windsor wonderland
Wollersheim Distillery grows with rye variations and canned cocktails
Fairchild chef reflects on Beard win: 'I wanted this for Madison'
Gender neutral bathrooms are on the rise in Madison restaurants
But as architects and restaurateurs push toward more inclusive bathroom design, they must abide by outdated rules, approved by a Legislature that has not gone out of its way to protect trans people.
Madison Opera’s ‘Marriage of Figaro’ conductor defines her own success
World premiere of 'Artemisia' at Forward is lovely to look at
'Without us, there is no Madison': Arts conference focuses on business
“From that moment, I have been saying, ‘If we come back exactly the way we closed, I should be fired,’” Gilman said midway through her keynote speech at the 2023 Dane Arts Buy Local conference. She looked out into a room filled with local artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and arts administrators.
“If any of you have ever experienced a life
Potter's Crackers, born at farmers' markets, is ready to go national
Collective hosts 'Wellness Weeks' for Madison hospitality workers
Dan Fox, chef and owner of Heritage Tavern in downtown Madison, started going to Pat’s Gym on his own. Then he began to bring some of his staff along, picking up the tab for class twice a week for a group that grew from a couple people to more than 15.
This April, everyone in Madison with industry ties is invited to give squats a shot during Dane County Food Collective’s Wellness Weeks, set
Burrito Drive, an east side Madison staple, to close March 26
Seven Acre Dairy Company connects with Paoli's roots
For soccer-themed play 'The Wolves', authenticity is the goooaaalll
Jardin chef Juan Umaña makes vegan shepherd's pie | Cooking with the Cap Times
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