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You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food.
Paul Prudhomme

Braise on the Go brings the farmers’ market to your front door all year round. We work with several local farms to bring you a variety of seasonal vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat, and dry goods. Fresh bakery and prepared meals from Braise Restaurant are available to add to your order. Braise on the Go offers weekly delivery & easy online ordering.

Local. Convenient. Fresh. Simple.

How Braise on the go Works

Buying locally has never been so easy.

Order through the shopping cart where products are separated into categories: Meat, Vegetables, Dairy, Cheese and Dry Goods. In each category items are sold individually and also packed in bundles for your convenience.

Purchase Prepared Meals; dinners, sides and soups that are ready to be served, simply reheat with the instructions provided. Putting a quality meal on your table has never been easier.

Purchase Bakery items such as bread, English muffins, scones and granola made by the bakers at Braise Restaurant.

Membership option where you will receive access to Personal Shopper, Small Shops United rewards for purchases, credit card on file to ease ordering, and your items delivered in a reusable tote.

 

Groceries are available for delivery on Thursday and Friday depending on your ordering date, for a nominal fee or pick up at Braise Restaurant, 1101 South 2nd Street. More information below in Delivery Options section.

What you can expect:

Prepared Meals: Too tired to cook when coming home from work? Just heat our fully cooked meals and you'll have dinner on the table in no time.

Bakery: Bread, scones, English muffins, granola are available and baked fresh daily from the Braise kitchen.

Produce: We specialize in local produce from numerous small family Wisconsin farms. Any produce you desire that's not listed, no worries, we can acquire it for you.

Bulk dry goods: Grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, and flour. We carry almost anything that you would find in the bulk bin section at the grocery store.

Meat: Any cut you can imagine including forgotten cuts such as liver or tongue. With enough notice, you'll have access to a whole or half lamb, goat, pig, or beef quarters. Let us know and we will work with our farmers to make it happen.

Dairy: We have relationships with a few dairies specializing in milk, goat's milk, yogurt, heavy cream, half and half, sour cream, cottage cheese, cream cheese, and the list goes on.

Cheese: Cheese is our specialty, from whole wheels, halves and quarters.

Delivery options

Braise on the Go offers several options, including in-restaurant pick up and home delivery. When checking out, select the shipping option that best suits your needs.

Pick up is available at Braise Restaurant, located at 1101 South 2nd Street, Walker's Point, WI 53204. Pick up is available Tuesday - Saturday 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

Delivery Fee of $5 will be added to any orders under $50. Any orders over $50 a $2.50 charge will be added.

Delivery days are Thursday and Friday either at home or office. We deliver to the Greater Metro Milwaukee area & extend to the following cities:

South: Muskego, Franklin and Oak Creek

West: New Berlin, Brookfield and Menomonee Falls

North: Brown Deer and Mequon  

Slightly out of the given areas? Rally your troops to put together multiple orders and we can make a central drop so everyone can enjoy Braise on the Go. Send an e-mail request to info@braiselocalfood.com and we will coordinate. 

We personally deliver to the location you specify, either home or office. We recommend that you leave an accessible cooler in a shady location to protect your goodies from creatures and the elements if someone is not available to receive your delivery. Being environmentally conscious is top of mind in everything we do. We support sustainable farmers and suppliers and want to help you be environmentally friendly as well. When you check out you have the option of renting a reusable tote for a small fee of $2. When we receive the tote back we will refund that amount back into your account. 

Orders must be placed before 8 a.m. the day prior to delivery. Any orders placed after that time will be fulfilled the following delivery day. We offer delivery on Thursday and Friday. Any orders place between Friday after 8 a.m. and Wednesday at 8 a.m. will be delivered on Thursday, unless otherwise specified. Any orders placed between 8 a.m. on Wednesday and 8 a.m. on Thursday will be delivered on Friday.

Group delivery to your local business? We will coordinate with you to deliver Braise on the Go group orders to your place of business for you and your employees. Send an email to info@braiselocalfood.com and we'll establish a program. Great team morale booster!

*Please contact us with any special delivery requests at info@braiselocalfood.com before placing your order*


Braise on the Go (formerly Braise Home Delivery) and Braise Restaurant Supported Agriculture (RSA) were started in 2008 with a Buy Local Buy Wisconsin Grant. Braise RSA program makes local, seasonal ingredients accessible to area restaurants and Braise on the Go does the same for individuals and their homes.

By working with area farms Braise on the Go can deliver the farmers' market to your door, so you can enjoy eating locally all year around.

 

To learn more about Braise Restaurant & Culinary School and Braise RSA click here!

 

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Recipes, Tips & Tricks

Wondering what to make with your produce basket? Our Semester at Braise student, Meagan Moore, shares a few recipes she made with her Small Produce Box

Cucumber Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes and Grilled Corn

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'Mise en place'-everything in its place

When I saw corn and tomatoes in the produce basket, I knew we needed a summer salad. I made it even more summer savvy by using cucumbers from my own small garden. 

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Nothing says summer like cucumbers and corn

Grilling the corn gave the salad a little something extra, and the licorice taste of the fennel was a great touch. 

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All finished up and ready to enjoy

The homemade corn vinaigrette added a creamy touch to the salad, which made it pair perfect with some grilled chicken and a glass of wine!

Shrimp Spring Rolls

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Trying Something New

It seems whenever I go to a Vietnamese restaurant, I order Spring Rolls. There is just something about the freshness of vegetables and shrimp wrapped up in the perfect dipping vessel! I decided to give it a try and make them myself. 

Be flexible and mix it up! 

The basket this week included cabbage and radishes. Spring Rolls normally use carrots, but I decided instead to make use of the broccoli that was in the basket and julienned the stems. 

Takes time... but worth every minute!

This recipe does take some time (there are a lot of steps). But after I finished rolling my first one, I was so proud I rewarded myself by eating it!

Blueberry Cornmeal Galette

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If you're not ready to make a whole pie...

There was a time when making a pie terrified me. As a self-identified non-baker, I thought I would never be able to make a nice, flaky crust. But fear not, if I can learn to do it... anyone can!

Blueberries, blueberries, blueberries

The cornmeal in the crust helps give the dough a nice flavor and crunch to the finished product. And a mix of lemon and blueberries... well I think that speaks for itself!

Is eating The whole thing in one sitting acceptable?

The great thing about a galette is that the more 'rustic' it looks, the better. 'Rustic' is our fancy way of saying "Yup! This clearly looks homemade." But no matter how it looks...it tastes like heaven!