NATIONAL CHEESE CURD DAY
National Cheese Curd Day is observed annually on October 15th. This is a day to enjoy the velvety goodness of cheese curds.
Cheese Curds are unique, funky, snackable little pieces of yellow or white Wisconsin cheddar cheese. Many restaurants coat and deep-fried them to a golden brown. When you bite into one, first expect a warm buttery crunch on the outside. The next delicious taste will be an ooey-gooey burst of dairyland delicacy on the inside.
What are they? Well, they’re a product of cheesemaking. Fresh ones squeak when you bite into them. Cheesemakers create different flavors to appease the growing number of people enjoying cheese curds.
Cheese curds are served in a variety of ways. Of course, eating them fresh is one option. Another includes the all-time favorite, deep-fried. A large selection of dipping sauces is available, too. Choose from ranch, more cheese sauce, spicy siracha, tangy dill, barbeque, and more. Cheese curds find their way into recipes, also. Poutine has been popular for decades.
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalCheeseCurdDay
Go out to dinner and order some for your appetizer. Use #NationalCheeseCurdDay to post on social media and share images of your curds. Have fun.
NATIONAL CHEESE CURD HISTORY
Culver’s founded National Cheese Curd Day in 2015 to celebrate the delicious and snackable treat.
National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on October 15th, annually. Enjoy celebrating this National Day with family and friends!
Culver’s was founded in the Dairy State and proudly serves real Wisconsin Cheese Curds. Culver’s and National Day Calendar have officially declared Oct. 15th National Cheese Curd Day to give this most delicious of Wisconsin treat gets the attention and adoration it deserves.
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