Door County resides in the northeastern part of Wisconsin. Visitors are attracted to the small town homey atmosphere, a multitude of seasonal recreation options and local farm fresh food. This 70-mile long sliver of land juts out into Lake Michigan and includes five state parks, eleven lighthouses and 300 miles of shoreline.
Fish boils, a local culinary tradition, date back almost one hundred years. They grew from the need for an economical way to feed a lot of lumberjacks and fisherman. The main ingredient is catch-of- the-day native whitefish from the Great Lakes. It is paired with potatoes and sometimes onions.Continue reading Fish Boils and French Toast: Door County, Wisconsin