Have you ever had Wisconsin cheese curds? I have to admit, I have only heard of them but never experienced the taste of one. Perhaps because I’ve never been to Wisconsin? I don’t know? Maybe because I didn’t know I could find them locally at Culver’s.
Of course, I had to ask,
What are Wisconsin Cheese Curds?
I feel as though it’s a legit question considering I’ve never had one. I’m sure you’ve asked yourself the same question, right? According to Culver’s,
Cheese Curds are snackable, bite-sized chunks of unaged cheese, breaded and deep-fried for a warm buttery crunch.
Sounds delicious enough to give them a try. I decided to finally found out, especially with National Cheese Curd Day coming up on October 15th. I felt as though I needed to sample my first cheese curd prior to celebrating the holiday so I could get the full experience. After all, I don’t want to walk into Culver’s on National Cheese Curd Day completely out of touch with the incredible flavor that everyone else already knows about.
Additionally, through my quest to discover exactly what they are, I came across a few fun facts about Culver’s cheese curds:
- Culver’s cheese is made using farm fresh dairy from Wisconsin family farms
- Every Culver’s Cheese Curd comes from La Grander Hillside Dairy in Stanley, Wisconsin, a Culver’s partner for nearly 20 years
- A Culver’s Wisconsin Cheese Curd contains one of two types of fresh, cheese: white or yellow cheddar
- Culver’s Cheese Curds are breaded with a signature blend of herbs and spices
Plus, you can even find a bit of luck within a bag of Wisconsin cheese curds at Culver’s! It has been said that if you find a heart-shaped Cheese Curd it means you will have good luck. Not to mention—as a tasty menu hack—get a side of Cheese Curds and pile them in your ButterBurger for a taste that’s “nothing short of magical”.
Do you feel like you’re ready to try Wisconsin Cheese Curds?
Or have you already fallen in love with the taste? Either way, come celebrate National Cheese Curd Day at Culver’s on Sunday, October 15th.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine.