Lake Country This Month
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By Katherine Michalets Special to The Freeman CITY OF PEWAUKEE – Healthy fast food may seem like an oxymoron, but Brad and Lori Emmert made it their mission to sell tasty, nutritious and convenient meals when they opened All Good in October. The idea for the restau- rant evolved from when Brad Emmert was required to adopt a healthier lifestyle that included more nutritious food due to a heart condition. The couple soon learned how hard it was to go out and eat natu- ral food that was good for them and tasted good, too. Last March, the Emmerts decided to start a healthy fast-food business. In September they signed the lease and on Oct. 14 the doors opened to the restau- rant, which includes seat- ing inside and a drive-thru window. Items on the menu include an organic garden salad, energizing quinoa, lettuce wraps and infused waters. The ingredients are mostly organic and gluten- free, have no genetically modified organisms and contain no preservatives. While the food is prepared so it retains the most nutri- ents, Lori Emmert said it also tastes great. She said customers will bite into one of the dishes and say "Wow, I didn't think healthy could taste this good." "It will taste good because it's loaded with nutrients," Brad Emmert said. For those with a bit of a sweet tooth, the restaurant also offers a dessert called The Fix, which is a gluten- free chocolate cake with only 100 calories for $1.97. The dessert is small, but it helps to teach portion con- trol, Lori Emmert said. The items on All Good's menu were created by Lori Emmert, but it was her family that helped to taste- test them. Mortgage interest rates expected to rise in 2014 Arrowhead gets back to top of conference Lake Country T H I S M O N T H Lake Country This Month is free and will arrive in your mail the third week of each month. In each month's edition we will take an in- depth look at an issue, person or other story in Lake Country. We will also provide other important information such as community activi- ties and updates on local stories. We encourage you to subscribe to the daily Freeman or the weekly Enterprise for coverage of Lake Country and other parts of our area. To subscribe, to reach one of the editors with story ideas or for photo reprints, call 542-2500. We hope you enjoy this month's edition. – Freeman and Enterprise editors Hello, Lake Country! INSIDE Calendar of community events 6A PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID WAUKESHA, WI PERMIT NO. 3 Offering You Exceptional Personal Care Proudly Serving the Lake Country Area Since 1985 The Comfort of the Patient Always Comes First PEWAUKEE DENTAL 1231 George Towne Dr., Suite D Pewaukee, WI 53072 236487013 Pewaukee Dental Michael J. Schneidler, D.D.S. & Associates Experience the Difference! NEW PATIENTS WELCOME • Free Comprehensive Exam with Photos • Free Cavity Detecting X-Rays • Free Smile Make Over Consultation • Free Second Opinions Schedule Between 10 am & 2 pm to be Entered in Our Drawing for a WaterPik Sonic Toothbrush Valued at $70.00 After Before • No Shots • No Drills • No Fillings! Get to know us www.PewaukeeDental.com Check out our reviews and see why so many patients return and refer their family and friends 262-373-6124 DELAFIELD | 2750 Golf Rd. 262.646.9222 www.estetikaskin.com *Minimum 2 treatment cycles. 2 3 5 7 0 1 0 0 4 HARVARD RESEARCHED! Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WaukeshaFreeman Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/WaukeshaFreeman Barbara Eash antiques column 5A 3A 8A T h e FREEM AN & ENTERPRISE FEBRUARY 2014 Healthy food, and fast Charles Auer/Freeman Staff Lori and Brad Emmert in their All Good healthy fast food restaurant in the City of Pewaukee. See HEALTHY , PAGE 4A All Good sells organic, nutritious meals in City of Pewaukee All Good healthy fast food, N20- W22951 Watertown Road in the City of Pewaukee.