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Saturday, 20 November 2010

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kat

looks like a good place to have some comfort food.

Michael

Hi Kirk!
Happy holidays my friend! The Sheboygan brat is the best mass produced sausage in the area. yummee! Unfortunately we don't have them out here.I have a brat recipe that I have been working on for the past few weeks that I will post soon.

Chow!

Chubbypanda

LOL. My Minnesotan friends are crazy about fried cheese curds. Too bad there isn't a good place to get them in Cali.

Kirk

Hi Kat - I really enjoyed this meal.

Hi Mike - Happy Holidays! It's so nice to hear from you...... I look forward to that Brat recipe.

Hi CP - Im not quite sure why I enjoy deep fried cheese curds so much....... but I do.

Rosa

I love squeaky cheese! Never had it battered and fried though...

LOL...I love how breweries are naming their beers amusing names. I recently stopped at Stone Brewing Co and had a "Panty Peeler" and a "Beer Geek Breakfast".

Kirk

Hi Rosa - It's good stuff!

foodhoe

that looks like a very fine meal, next time I'm out in the prairie I must remember to hunt down cheese curds. many people say that you just can't get good brats out west... that's a good phrase, putz!

Kirk

Hi FH - Beyond cheese curds...... try fried cheese curds!

caninecologne

hi kirk - so that's where the old fashioned was! when we were in wisconsin last year (mt. horeb/caught their fall festival), one of the mr. horeb locals recommended cheese curds at the old fashioned. we couldn't find it (we're technologically in the dark ages - no smart phones!) and to find out it's near the capitol bldg (maybe we were on the wrong side or something). anyways, we ended up getting our fried cheese curds at a culver's drive through! family size too! yeah baby!

Kirk

Hi CC - I really enjoyed the deep fried chese curds here. Plus the service was very friendly and efficient.

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