We love the Seahawks too, but how’s about Green Bay, Cheeseheads or whatevers? Even if you’re not a Packers fan and you’re cheering for Seattle this weekend, don’t say so, for crying out loud! Just suck it up and cite some facts from http://lombardiave.com/2014/05/14/green-bay-packers-super-bowl-victories-millennials/
You’ll win friends and impress people. Even if you’re one to run people off by cutting the cheese.
Now, about the CHEESE. If you’re in Green Bay and you don’t love cheese, there’s just something wrong with you. Especially if you don’t love curds. Especially!
In our on line cheese travels, we found this valuable link: http://www.scraycheese.com/
In short, the story is that this company, which is in De Pere, Wisc., was started by the Scray family in 1924, and now, generations later, continues to provide Cheeseheads and curds lovers with the same wonderful cheddars (spiced and sharp and all stripes thereof), edams, fontinas and goudas that have made them famous over the years.
Hows’ this for a friendly invite? “If you are in the Green Bay area, stop by Scray Cheese for some Fresh Cheddar Cheese Curds and a cup of coffee. We are just miles from historic Lambeau Field, home of the Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers. Not in the area? Scray Cheese will ship Wisconsin’s finest cheese anywhere in the United States!”
And here – you are so very welcome – is a list of top sports bars in which to perch and watch the Game. http://www.accidentaltravelwriter.net/accidental-travel-writer/2011/12/top-10-green-bay-packers-sports-bars.html
Again, if you’re not a fan, button up. Just a friendly suggestion…
Watch the Green Bay Packers vs. Seahawks, Sunday, January 18, 1:05 PM on FOX, CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington