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Jun 3, 2011 02:48 PM

Booyah in the Green Bay area?

Much of my family is from the Eastern side of WI and my uncle was recently telling me about booyah, a stew that's often served at large functions (a la Friday church fish fries). Any tips for finding some booyah in the Green Bay or Door County area? I'll be traveling from the Twin Cities to Door County soon and if there's a chance to find some booyah I really want to check it out. Who wouldn't want to try a food named "booyah?"

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  1. In case I'm not the only one who never heard of a food named "booyah" until now, it's a stew and you can read more about it at

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    1. Try to find a way to get church picnic info. That's where you'll see them.

      1. Never had it, but I did see it on the menu at TheBar in Green Bay and remembered seeing this post.

        1. While I would recommend the church feed idea as well, I know It is on the menu at Krolls in Green Bay/Ashwaubenon. I enjoyed it very much!

          1. You will find booyah in Door County at Belgian Days in Brussels July 9-10. Also, Marchant's, the grocery store in Brussels, has excellent booyah. Marchant's also has a meat market in Sturgeon Bay where booyah is also available. I'm a fan of Marchant's version which is a vegetable and chicken soup.