pretentious-swan-queen:

my school mascot is better than yours.

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jayzslifeandtimes:

Wisconsin Badgers are off to the best start in a century of college basketball. http://bit.ly/1aKuqJi

jayzslifeandtimes:

Wisconsin Badgers are off to the best start in a century of college basketball. http://bit.ly/1aKuqJi

(via fyeahwisconsinbadgers)

This is the most Wisconsin sweepstakes I have ever seen.

This is the most Wisconsin sweepstakes I have ever seen.

wisconsincheese:

How will you celebrate moldy cheese day? We’re gathering our favorite blues, gorgonzolas and blue-veined cheddars from Wisconsin.

wisconsincheese:

Preztels, rolls or pepperoni pizza? All of the above! Nice work @kirbiecravings - Pepperoni Pizza Pretzel Rolls

wisconsincheese:

Preztels, rolls or pepperoni pizza? All of the above! Nice work @kirbiecravings - Pepperoni Pizza Pretzel Rolls

wisconsincheese:

Only one state can claim cheese as a tourist attraction. Wisconsin Cheese.

wisconsincheese:

Only one state can claim cheese as a tourist attraction. Wisconsin Cheese.

wisconsincheese:

Winner of our Cheesy Haiku contest, Carrie crafted a lovely haiku all about Blue Cheese!
Rich rivers of blue - precious hidden gorges roam. A palate surprised!

wisconsincheese:

Winner of our Cheesy Haiku contest, Carrie crafted a lovely haiku all about Blue Cheese!

Rich rivers of blue - precious hidden gorges roam. A palate surprised!

"It’s business as usual in Wisconsin, which produces the most and best cheese nationally, but the culture is growing in new ways. America’s Dairyland this month won 47 of 81 categories at the U.S. Championship Cheese Contest, whose 1,700 entries came from 30 states."

— Chicago Tribune News http://bit.ly/ZlpzuA  (via wisconsincheese)

wisconsincheese:

Dinner tonight: Wisconsin Gruyère, Fennel & Apple Salad (via Wisconsin Cheese Talk)

wisconsincheese:

Dinner tonight: Wisconsin Gruyère, Fennel & Apple Salad (via Wisconsin Cheese Talk)

Wisconsin cheddar cheeses, part of a lend-lease shipment, move from a pier to a United Nations freighter that will carry them together with other vital necessities to one of our allies

Feb. 1943

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rezinnaise:

nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident:

Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren, left, and Senator-elect and current Representative Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis. walked together Capitol Hill.

do work ladies

rezinnaise:

nomoretexasgovernorsforpresident:

Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren, left, and Senator-elect and current Representative Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis. walked together Capitol Hill.

do work ladies


The Badger Poutine
by MacKenzie of Grilled Cheese Social
Serves 1
12 Wisconsin Cheese CurdsA handful of French fries, cooked1 1/2 tablespoons of brown gravy2 pats of unsalted butter2 slices of beer bread
Beer Bread1 room temp. dark beer3 cups of flour3 tablespoons of sugar1 pinch of saltCooking spray, for greasing pan
Combine all the beer bread ingredients, grease two loaf pans, distribute batter equally and bake for 35-45 minutes at 375 degrees F. Allow the bread to cool for about an hour before you make the grilled cheese.
Once the bread has cooled down, melt the two pats of butter in your pan over medium heat.
When the butter is about done melting, turn down the heat to medium-low and add the two pieces of beer bread directly on top of the butter. Gently press down and rub the pieces around to soak up all the butter. Then place a few Cheese Curds on each slice of bread and space them evenly apart. 
As the Cheese Curds start to melt, make sure to check the bottom of the bread to see that it’s not burning. It takes about 5 minutes.
Once the cheese has almost melted completely, you’ll be ready to add the French fries. Just stack ‘em evenly onto each slice. Carefully spoon the hot gravy on top of the French fries. The melted cheese sort of creates a gravy boundary, which will keep your bread from getting soggy.
At this point, the bread should be crispy and golden so you’ll want to gently take the pieces of bread out of the skillet and smush them together.

The Badger Poutine

by MacKenzie of Grilled Cheese Social

Serves 1

12 Wisconsin Cheese Curds
A handful of French fries, cooked
1 1/2 tablespoons of brown gravy
2 pats of unsalted butter
2 slices of beer bread

Beer Bread
1 room temp. dark beer
3 cups of flour
3 tablespoons of sugar
1 pinch of salt
Cooking spray, for greasing pan

Combine all the beer bread ingredients, grease two loaf pans, distribute batter equally and bake for 35-45 minutes at 375 degrees F. Allow the bread to cool for about an hour before you make the grilled cheese.

Once the bread has cooled down, melt the two pats of butter in your pan over medium heat.

When the butter is about done melting, turn down the heat to medium-low and add the two pieces of beer bread directly on top of the butter. Gently press down and rub the pieces around to soak up all the butter. Then place a few Cheese Curds on each slice of bread and space them evenly apart. 

As the Cheese Curds start to melt, make sure to check the bottom of the bread to see that it’s not burning. It takes about 5 minutes.

Once the cheese has almost melted completely, you’ll be ready to add the French fries. Just stack ‘em evenly onto each slice. Carefully spoon the hot gravy on top of the French fries. The melted cheese sort of creates a gravy boundary, which will keep your bread from getting soggy.

At this point, the bread should be crispy and golden so you’ll want to gently take the pieces of bread out of the skillet and smush them together.

(Source: draftguru151, via rezinnaise)

wisconsincheese:

Yum. Nice find @heavytable.

(Source: thedinosaur-ninja)