The defining culinary experience of Wisconsin’s Door County, a fish boil is an unctuous combo of fresh whitefish and red potatoes cooked over fire in salty water, drizzled with hot butter and served with rye bread and coleslaw. At the White Gull Inn of Fish Creek, tourists gather at dusk around the outdoor boil pot, breathe in the smoke-happy scents and gasp at the final drama, when fuel hits fire, flames shoot high and the water boils over to douse the blaze. Then local, communal and gourmet-worthy dinner is served.
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