Jul 162013
 

What’s the most unique and flavorful hamburger you’ve ever eaten?  If you grew up enjoying a Cheesy Butter Burger, you may be from Wisconsin.
Kroll's Hamburger
What’s so special about this hamburger?  Glad you asked!

It has a butt-load of butter that oozes down onto the paper wrapper, as you can see in the picture.  There are two pats of butter placed on top of the grilled hamburger.  A soft squishy bun is toasted and slathered in butter.  Before layering on those onions, they are fried in butter – what else?  All that’s left to create this juicy butter burger is the cheese, pickles, and catsup.

My hubby and I would often stop at the Kroll’s Restaurant on a date night out, before and after we were married.  We left Wisconsin over a decade ago to live closer to our children, but we’ve never been able to find a burger that comes close to matching this unique dairy state’s delight.

The host of Man Versus Food Nation traveled to Kroll’s Restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin and gave his review on this artery clogging famous burger.  He surmised that “people in Wisconsin stay healthy by shoveling all that snow.”   Enjoy his culinary discussion with the Kroll’s restaurant owner and main cook at this link:  http://www.travelchannel.com/video/adams-butter-burger-touchdown-16625

  6 Responses to “Cheesy Butter Burger, found only in Wisconsin”

  1. Yum! I do love Kroll’s!

    • As you can tell, I couldn’t wait. I had to take a bite before I could stop and take a picture. Just smelling the burger brought back memories of when we were teenagers.

  2. We eat this burger often in Green Bay WI. It is the best! Kroll’s Restaurant has an on-line store, check it out.There is a Kroll’s Restaurant near Cub Stadium in Chicago!

  3. Now, that’s a burger I’d like to try! Thankfully, it hasn’t (as far as I know) made it to the NE or I’d have to live at a gym.
    Thanks for linking up this week, Neva!

    • The burger was an olfactory overload of memories. Remember when we ate anything we wanted, without worry of calories and cholesterol?

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