Hey Dare, We're From Wisconsin
I was stuck in the house on my day off so I'm posting a video that I edited today from a trip we took to Door County a couple years back. The video is about a Wisconsin tradition ... the fish boil. A fish boil is a culinary tradition in areas of Wisconsin and along the coastal Upper Great Lakes, with large Scandinavian populations. Fish boils enjoy a particularly strong presence in Door County, Port Washington, and Port Wing, Wisconsin. The meal most often consists of Lake Michigan or Lake Superior whitefish (though lake trout or locally caught salmon can be used), with other ingredients.