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The basement serves as a cranberry museum, shedding more light on the cranberry’s history.
(The name cranberry, for example, is inspired by the shape of the blossom that grows on the fruit in early summer — it looks like a sandhill crane; the fruit was originally called “crane berry.”) Placards gave insights on frost protection that made me wish I’d listened more closely during my physics classes.
In the Badger State, late September to late October is cranberry season, and hundreds of devotees and curiosity seekers have come to the Wetherby Cranberry Co.
in Warrens for Harvest Day, when they tour the sprawling marshes by bus and literally dip their toes into the cranberry experience.
Rather, the beds are flooded for harvest so the air-pocket-filled berries, which develop on scraggly vines close to the ground, rise to the top and can be more easily plucked up by the harvesting equipment and then sold fresh or processed.
The pie was delicious — it was the cranberry on top of my themed weekend.
Visit the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association to learn more at
The restaurant is a plain-looking building with beige siding — the only attention-grabbing things were a sign reading “World Famous Pies” and the packed parking lot.
Lochner had mentioned this place when I asked if he had any favorite haunts for cranberry treats.