Stuffed in Wisconsin

I didn’t think I was taking enough pictures on my recent short trip to the Midwest – probably because I was so busy consuming everything from a deep-fried “onion brick” at The Hub to Wendy’s amazingly decadent molten truffle dessert. Oh. My. God. Most people probably don’t think of a trip to Wisconsin as a culinary treat. These people don’t know my friends.

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I didn’t take a single picture of the fall colors, and for that I have no good excuse. I guess I was feeling lazy. Sorry. But I did get to see some things I had never seen before – like the stunning Milwaukee Art Museum (beautiful!) and the Miller Brewery. (Miller Lite does NOT taste this good.)

A huge thanks to my fabulous hosts, Uncle Steve and Caesar, Jim, Wendy Rowe and the dogs, Mark, Ann and Lexy, Nancy and Cindy. Thanks for all the great food and memories. I had a wonderful time. Check out a few more shots from my week-long binge here.

4 comments

  • Kalvin

    The pictures are great Dude. Wish I could’ve made it down. I love Lexy flipping the bird. It’s a classic.

  • Cindy

    Great pics – of course!

    Ya know, it’s probably an not a good idea to say your Wisconsin friends are classy (thank you) and then have a picture of a giant mouse eating a cheeseburger….just a thought. 🙂

    Glad you had fun. Wish you could have brought Kelly with you.

  • Cindy

    BTW – the fall colors are not very spectacular this year. You weren’t being lazy, there just wasn’t much to take pictures of.

  • Oh-Ann

    Lexy was flipping the bird because Jim made her get in the middle of a group of school kids so he could get that picture of the apple mascot!

    Wonderful pictures as always, and as usual, lots of food ones. So glad you got the onion brick so everyone can see what that is. Had a great time playing Wisconsin tour guide, hope you’ll come again soon!

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