I love to travel. One town I've been to a few times is Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With over 7,000 dairy farms in the state of Wisconsin (second place for the state with the most in dairy production, CA being first), it's no wonder why they have some of the best cheese in the world.

A staple dish found on most menus in that state will showcase cheese curds as an appetizer. It's nothing new for us as there are a few places with cheese curds in Yakima.

However, one spot in Yakima seems to take it that extra step further to give you that true Wisconsin experience in their fried cheese curds.

You'll find these at Bob's Burgers and Brew.

Bob's Burgers and Brew is a favorite place in town for my kids and me. I love any place with a Cubano sandwich and my kids love any place that has mozzarella sticks and chocolate lava cake so it's a ca n't-miss spot in town.

We hit this place up before checking out that Spring Break carnival at the fairgrounds. I'm glad we did as I was surprised to see they had a new menu with a few options swapped out. Fortunately, my Cubano is still on the menu and I was pleasantly surprised to see these cheese curds.

Not just cheese curds but Wisconsin Cheese Curds. Literally said the word Wisconsin on it and everything.

Instead of just being fried in a traditional breading these had a bit of a crunch and texture to that, like a panko-type crust which is always fantastic. Since they were super-fresh they had a great cheese-pull effect my kids had fun with.

If you're looking for that authentic taste of Wisconsin, no need to book a flight as they have Wisconsin Cheese Curds right in Yakima at Bob's Burgers and Brew.

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