Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Enough Is Enough

No, it isn't. Here's what I can't get enough of.

CORN
Greg's farm stand on Monona and Buckeye

STRAWBERRY PIE
I can't get enough of the Norske Nook's Fresh Fruit Strawberry Pie

LEMONADE
I found the perfect glass of lemonade at the Eagle's Inn, Sauk Prairie

FURRY MOTORCYCLE HELMETS
I was relieved that he could see through his mouth

WISCONSIN FISH FRIES
At Fitz's, their hand battered haddock is currently at the top of my list.  I think lemon wedges and fresh, colorful slaw would bring this pretty blue plate of light, crispy, thick, flaky, crunchy, buttery food to life (not literally but wouldn't that be cool)

ICE CREAM
Milkshakes at Kennedy's in New Glarus. I go for their sundaes and grilled cheese

You wouldn't believe the mug of heaven on the other side of the menu at Fitz's On The Lake, but I thought this was funnier

23 comments:

  1. I agree with you on all counts. I love the summer foods. Always have.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. It's definitely raining corn 'round here and I love it, Sandee!

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  2. I wonder why we’re all so hungry all of a sudden?

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    1. I'd sneak you some fish fry if I could, little guy.

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  3. One can never have enough good food!

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  4. Yummy good food!

    Thanks for sharing!

    - Lisa

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    1. Who said anything about sharing, Lisa?

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  5. Tell Mom to turn that menu around...she’s missing the good stuff . (Though I would take the ice cream in any way shape or form myself]. Agree with you on almost everything you can’t get too much of. Exception being lemonade....maybe I just haven’t found the right one (or I’m too busy drinking booze shakes??)

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    1. It was a huuuggge mug of cake and fudge and vanilla ice cream on the other side of the menu, Sallie. I hear you about typical restaurant lemonade but this glass of lemonade came with a plate of freshly cut lemons and plenty of ice. It may not have even needed it but it didn't hurt. Ha, on the booze shakes. I used to think they were the definition of heaven.

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    1. I'm eating corn like there is no year round.

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  7. Now I want strawberry pie and ... booze shakes??? :) :) :)

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    1. Me too, Lioness! I think a berry booze shake would compliment the fresh fruit strawberry pie quite nicely.

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  8. I'm making fish fries for lunch today. I wouldn't mind having hash browns with them, but my potatoes come out sticky and soft inside, burnt outside. I think I will make lemonade to go with lunch. Now, if only we had pie. I talked myself out of buying pie at the store yesterday, but maybe the next time we're near the really good pie place, I'll talk The Husband into stopping.

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    1. Mmmm, I want you as my neighbor, Susie. I'm a lousy maker of fish and not sure what my Irish gramma would say about that since that's mostly what she made and did it better than anyone. I like the sound of your potatoes (does that sound lewd?). My dad always had his potatoes burned on the outside and wasn't happy if they weren't. I haven't felt like making much of anything the last few days and I'm honestly thinking of having a chocolate chip ice cream cone instead of the turkey burgers that are on deck for dinner.

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    2. The Husband politely tells me that I don't really want to just eat ice cream for dinner. He's usually right. So, then I make popcorn.

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    3. He may have a point because I got a tummy ache. But then again I chased it down with a peanut butter sandwich. Uncomfortable day, comfortable food.

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  9. Mmmmm Strawberry pie is the best

    Mollyx

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    1. I have to agree unless you count the Norske Nook's Retired Pies in which case I'm still sticking by the Northwoods Rootbeer Float.

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  10. you had me at fried haddock but then booze shakes? Count me in!!! If we were in New Orleans we could just get our booze shake and walk around the French quarter with them. Shopping is so much more fun with booze right? Although we gave it up for a bit... but a girl can dream

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    1. Not all fried haddock is created equal, LA. I know, it seems an unlikely thing to find there on the lake at a typical WI fish fryery. You can do that anytime? Sounds like the seventies. I agree except for the hangovers.

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