Here's a guide for the hungry traveler, looking for wonderful culinary experiences or familiar and favorite comfort foods. Hungry for Wisconsin: A Tasty Guide for Travelers celebrates the people, places and foods that define this part of the world. We know who we are, and we are proud of it: horseradish to sauerkraut, funeral wieners in Whitelaw to roller-skating carhops in Oshkosh and La Crosse. Chefs whose work could earn diamonds on the U.S. coasts settle for under-the-radar, peaceful living in Plover, Downsville, Suamico, Monticello and numerous other small towns. But why would it be a surprise that restaurateurs who truly believe the buy local mantra live in or near rural areas? In the pages of Hungry are burger flippers and entrÃ©e artists, glimpses of dirt-in-the-nails farm life and coat-and-tie ambiance. What everybody has in common is integrity of product. Restaurants, festivals, tours, taverns, recipes, road trips, maps, and index.