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Wisconsin Food Festivals:
Good Food, Good Folks and Good Fun
at Community Celebrations

Guest Cottage/Amherst Press, 1995.

Discover how the ice cream sundae was invented and how far a watermelon seed can be spit. Enter a grape-stomping contest, hunt for morel mushrooms, and learn the art of eating a cream puff. Because of the state’s agricultural and ethnic diversity, nearly every community has a food-related event. Wisconsin Food Festivals contains recipes, stories and an annual schedule of nearly 300 events. Each one is distinctive and each offers a taste---and sometimes an entire banquet---of heartland culture, community and tradition.

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