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Celebrate Deliciousness on National Cheese Curd Day
In this day and age, with social media at the forefront of our lives, it seems that every day is a recognition for something or another. I breeze right past the posts unless they happen to strike a chord with something near and dear to my heart…like cheese. Who doesn’t love cheese? So National Cheese Curd Day is a real thing and I think a great cause to celebrate one of lifes best foods.
Have you ever eaten a cheese curd? Stemming from Wisconsin, I tried my first real cheese curds on a press trip earlier this year. It was life-changing! While everyone can’t make it to Wisconsin to have the real thing, Culver’s, a friendly, affordable restaurant, is making it possible for everyone to enjoy this Wisconsin-inspired ooey-gooey side item.
Culver’s Cheese Curds are snackable, bite-sized chunks of white and yellow Cheddar cheese, breaded and deep-fried for a warm, buttery crunch. They hold such a special place in Culver’s hearts that they ordained October 15th as National Cheese Curd Day to celebrate them in all their tasty glory! I’ll toast to #CheeseCurdDay any time!
My Visit to Culver’s
I recently took my husband to Culver’s to grab a quick lunch. Not only was it his first time eating there, but he had never eaten a cheese curd (gasp!). We were about to change that. Our lunch orders were Original Chicken Tenders meals with a side of cheese curds. I was so excited to see what he thought of them, or if he would do the signature cheese curd pull where you stretch the warm, gooey cheese as far as you can. He wasn’t about to have his picture made doing it, but I couldn’t refrain from having a selfie of me doing the same. Yum! These beauties were as scrumptious as I remembered.I like them dipped in a side of honey mustard sauce.
If you haven’t eaten at Culver’s, you are in for a real treat. Not only can you get yummy Wisconsin cheese curds, but you will be amazed by the personable, friendly service, cleanliness of the restaurant, and overall value for the food. The restaurant is known for their fresh frozen custard treats as well, made onsite daily. Try a cone, sundae, concrete mixer, or shake/malt in one of the favorite flavors such as Andes Mint, Really Reese’s, Maple Pecan or Chocolate Cheesecake.
Which Culver’s location will you be celebrating National Cheese Curd day from? Everything is better shared with a friend… invite that special someone.