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    Konop's Meat Market in beautiful, downtown Stangelville. That's where I (along with about a bajillion other hunters) take their deer for primo hot sticks, summer sausage, ring balogna. Not to mention their awesome jerky and other delights.
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    theres a big meat market in sheboygan, meistfells? or something they have horseradish braunschweiger thats very good, and yaeger sticks, and a whole bunch of other sausages that are good

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa
    Whatever kind of cheese was on the cutting board, that was pretty terrific. It was like cheddar that had some kind of Swiss cheese holes in it.
    That was BRICK, from Widmer's Cheese factory. MMmmmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Rihn-Manke
    That was BRICK, from Widmer's Cheese factory. MMmmmmmmmm
    That was yummy.

    I'll bring some camembert or Marin Brie in Feb., along with a nice NorCal red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa
    That was yummy.

    I'll bring some camembert or Marin Brie in Feb., along with a nice NorCal red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Rihn-Manke
    That was BRICK, from Widmer's Cheese factory. MMmmmmmmmm

    "It was like cheddar that had some kind of Swiss cheese holes in it."

    Makes me wonder what the brie tastes like in CA??

    stick with something you know..maybe martini's

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbenton View Post
    Not really a food but.....a Bourbon Old Fashioned at Georges in Appleton.

    Man you just can't get one like it here in Colorado
    sweet or sour?
    fruit or veggies?

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    Best food I ever got on the E. side of Wisconsin was the brats with red onion sauce at Milwaukee County Stadium. Door County smoked trout. Pancakes at the (Sportsmens'?) cafe in Packwaukee. But the best curds are from Ellsworth Co-Op, squeaky fresh.

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    A few times a summer, I will stop at Baker Cheese, and purchase some fresh string cheese. When it is fresh and room temperature, it is the best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerTeam View Post
    Beginning operation in 1911, Union Star Cheese Factory in (Zittau) Fremont Wisconsin, has been owned and operated by the Metzig family for three generations.
    my wife's Grandfather sold his milk to this dairy, he still drives out there to buy his cheese. excellant curds and sausage bites

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerTeam View Post
    Beginning operation in 1911, Union Star Cheese Factory in (Zittau) Fremont Wisconsin, has been owned and operated by the Metzig family for three generations. My favorite is their Flavored Muenster Vegetable.
    Store hours: Monday - Saturday 7:00-5:00 Sunday 10:30 - 5:00, making cheese six days a week on Monday thru Saturday, starting at 4:30AM.
    Union Star produces fine cheeses including:

    * Cheddar cheese and cheese curds on Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
    * Mozzarella string cheese- Wednesdays
    * Flavored Muensters and Colby - Tuesdays

    About 30 miles west of Oshkosh


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    Pasties

    A pastry crust filled with meat, or something else. Door County cherries. When I lived in Oshkosh, I'd buy 5lb tubs and put them in my oatmeal and on pancakes. Take some home with you if your not going to far.

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