Thanksgiving Recipes Made with Wisconsin Products

Thanksgiving: the fourth Thursday in November, filled with family, friends, a delicious meal, stretchy pants, and being thankful for all that we have. That Thanksgiving meal is something most of us dream about all year long, and we’ve found a way to make it even better. Cue: Wisconsin products. We’ve teamed up with Something Special from Wisconsin™ to find ways to make all your Thanksgiving recipes Wisco-fied. Dig in.       About Copper Kettle Farm: Copper Kettle Farm recognizes the increased demand for organically-produced vegetables, and began growing varieties of high-quality, healthy garlic in 2011. The farm thinks of

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Dick Rose’s Classic Shore Lunch Recipe

Ingredients: One pound of thick-cut bacon (per person) A loaf or two of homestyle white bread At least one pound of butter An egg or two A box of corn meal Salt Pepper Lemon wedges A great melting cheese like Monterey Jack (or a nice Wisconsin Pepper Jack if you can handle it) Fresh filets from the fish you just caught (any species will do)   Directions: Place the biggest, thickest-bottomed cast iron pan you can find over an open fire. Heat the pan well and cook all the bacon you’ve got to make well-buttered white bread and bacon sandwiches. After

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