The Pfister Hotel
424 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee WI
Date of Curd Tasting: 21JUN2013
To set the scene: As some of you curd luvrs may know, there is more to Cheezaholic than just chz. She is a member of the oldest, biggest, bestest, coed pharmaceutical fraternity in the world: Kappa Psi. When two Kappa Psi brothers get married to each other, it is cause for a giant celebration. When said brothers serve chz curds in the middle of their wedding reception, the amount of joy, love and jubilation in the room becomes immeasurable. Wedding guests were from all over the country – Florida, Vegas, Boston…and the curd sensation quickly spread through the reception hall. We brought ourselves back to earth after the post-curdz-appearance shock and elation wore off, and got down to business.
Not listed in the wedding program.
An amazing surprise, see above. Free curdz. No clue where they are from. Who cares.
As with any mass produced curd, it is difficult to provide a quality product. They were not hot, on the other hand, the bride definitely was. There were mixed reviews from the crowd on the curdz quality. Some guests enjoy a room temperature curd. However, to our seasoned curd palate, this resulted in a lack of elasticity, and therefore a less satisfying, solid curd. Slightly doughy mouthfeel. Definite salt deficit.
A solid 4.5. Appropriately greazy.
The curdz were golden brown and crispy, and quite tempting after many free Spotted Cows. Unfortunately they had extremely thick walls which resulted in the dreaded hollow curd phenomenon. Minor chz bleed.
We did not partake, as per our previous opinion that marinara + curd = NO.
Who has ever had free curdz at a wedding?!? Hells yeah!
Disclaimer: Free Curd = Wicked Awesome Curd regardless of taste, breading and greaze, especially when surrounded by great beer and great friends. The sight of the curdz pan approximately 7 minutes after the curdz were served says it all: