First meal in Wisconsin–

IMG_3269 IMG_3275 IMG_3278 IMG_3279MMM!  We arrive in Wisconsin, and our first meal is a butter burger at Culver’s. . .jaaa!  The butter burger is a Wisconsin invention–it’s simply a hamburger with butter slathered on the bun along with your typical burger toppings like cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and mustard–and I gotta tell you, this thing is tasty.  I’m not gonna eat this every day, but for a snack–a LOCAL snack–this is perfectly fine.  Culver’s is the most ubiquitous place to gobble a butter burger–they are everywhere we drive so far–but the original butter burger was created at a place called Sollie’s in Milwaukee. . .we will make our way there soon. . .though for now, Culver’s will do.  After my butter burger I then gobble a frozen custard–the other big item to ingest at Culver’s–and I dive all in with something called a concrete mixer that includes frozen custard of any flavor I like mixed together with whatever toppings I like. . .I start simple and go for the vanilla custard mixed with Reese’s peanut butter cups. . .mmmm, aaaaahh!!–totally tasty!

So, whenever you find yourself tooling around in Wisconsin you gotta do some gobbling at a Culver’s. . .stop in here, order up a bunch of goodness, and enjoy. . .you will love it here, I gar-ron-taaaaay!!

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It’s lovely out there.

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