This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine. #CheeseCurdDay
Last week Staci and I ventured out of the house to run a few errands for work. We stopped by Culver’s for a quick bite to eat. Neither Staci or I have had the chance to visit a Culver’s restaurant. I can tell you I was surprised by the large variety of foods and desserts. Everything from burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads to a long list of fresh frozen custards.
There was one thing on the menu I have never seen before, and that was a Cheese Curd? So, if you know me I had to try some of the golden nuggets of cheese. After getting a tall glass of tea, Staci and I settled at a cozy table for two as we waited for our food. It did not take me long to empty the Culver’s bag full of the cheese curds, and break one apart. Those cheese curds were served so hot that the Wisconsin cheese stretched for what seemed miles. Overall the cheese curd tasted as expected… Delicious!
Fun Facts About 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.
- Finding a heart-shaped Cheese Curd means you’ll have good luck (at least that’s what we believe!).
- Menu Hack: get a side of Cheese Curds and pile them in your ButterBurger for a taste that’s nothing short of magical.
Try Culver’s Cheese Curds for National Cheese Curd Day
If you are like me and never had an ooey-gooey cheese curd, you should stop by your local Culver’s. They take pride in their Wisconsin-inspired creation so join me and my family as we celebrate National Cheese Curd Day on October 15th.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine.