Today in America, we celebrate President’s Day. It is a day to honor our first President, George Washington and our first Republican President, Abraham Lincoln. It is also National Wisconsin Day.Continue reading “President’s Day Wisconsin Supper”
The Badger State, otherwise known as Wisconsin, is rich in copper, forest and unending fertile farmlands. A mining boom, not fur trade, gave this state its nickname. According to oral history, the miners burrowed into the hillsides like a bunch of badgers for shelter against the elements instead of building more permanent homesteads. Guess they weren’t planning to stick around.