This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Culver’s. The opinions and text are all mine.
What is the one food you can’t live without? Seriously, if you were stranded on a deserted island for the rest of your life and had to eat one thing every day for eternity, what would it be? Wine excluded.
Personally, pizza and ice cream have always been at the top of my favorites list but if I’m being completely honest, it’s cheese. I love cheese on everything; vegetables, fruit, meat and especially by itself. I just believe that if you add cheese to anything, it’s an improvement.
When I was little and things were difficult, or I didn’t feel well, my mom always had the cure; grilled cheese. There was just something about warm ooey-gooey cheese inside that crispy, golden outer shell. Since then, cheese has had a special place in my heart.
Thanks to Culvers, I discovered a new way to enjoy cheese through cheese curds. Have you ever had cheese curds? I had never eaten cheese curds before and, honestly, had no idea what they even were. Obviously, it had something to do with cheese but what? I had no idea.
Let me explain. Culver’s Cheese Curds are snackable, bite-sized chunks of white and yellow Cheddar cheese, breaded and deep-fried for a warm, buttery crunch. They are out of this world and my family agrees; fried cheese is simple but absolutely delicious. I can’t believe that I’ve lived this long without ever trying cheese curds.
Culver’s cheese curds are made using farm fresh dairy from Wisconsin family farms. Everybody knows that Wisconsin has the best cheese. Every single cheese curd comes from La Grandier Hillside Dairy in Stanley, Wisconsin, a Culver’s partner for nearly 20 years so you consistently get that same high-quality taste.
Cheese curds come in two types of fresh cheese: white or yellow cheddar. They’re breaded with a signature blend of herbs and spices and transformed into pure buttery deliciousness.
They say finding a heart-shaped Cheese curd means you’ll have good luck! Also, fun menu hack: get a side of Cheese Curds and pile them in your butter burger for a taste that’s nothing short of magical. Just a little warm, cheese bursting surprise in your mouth to kick that burger up a notch.
They are so delicious that Culver’s has dedicated an entire day to celebrating them and ordained October 15th, National Cheese Curd Day to celebrate Culver’s Wisconsin- inspired Cheese Curds in all their ooey-gooey gloriousness.
Savoring your first Wisconsin cheese curd is an experience to remember and share, which is exactly what my family and I did today. Why not celebrate National Cheese Curd Day this October 15th by visiting Culvers for a little delicousness of your own?