I discovered this weekend that there’s a lot more to Wisconsin then just cheese curds and beer. When my sister told me about the monster candy apples she spotted in a confectionary in Cedarburg (about a half hour north of Milwaukee), I had to check them out. We trekked up for a country-kitchen style eating adventure and found a lot more to munch on than just candy-coated apples. If you’re into small-town coffee roasters and wineries, raspberry cheese spreads, mini doughnuts sold street side, Amish furniture, 19th-century buildings, antiques, crafts and quilts (lots and lots of quilts), I highly recommend a road trip up there before it gets too cold.
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Next time you go…..I’m comin’ with! In the meantime, perhaps we could hit up an oldie but goodie…..La Creperie?
Wow. I’ve seen that place time and time again and never got the chance to go inside. Were those warm donuts, I wonder? How cool would that taste on a cold Wisconsin day?
I’ll have to check those spots out next time up in Grafton. Wisconsin certainly has a way with food, from their custard to the lazy susans filled with crudite – I’m certain I’d weigh much more than I already do if I lived up north.