When Hmong refugees came to Wisconsin after the Vietnam War, they — like so many immigrant groups before them — brought their own flavors to the state’s culinary culture. They opened restaurants that feature fresh, colorful traditional dishes like larb (ground beef and herb salad salad), som tum (spicy vegetable slaw) and spring rolls. Especially popular is the Hmong fried egg roll, which is filled with noodles, vegetables and meat, set off by fiery chile sauce. Visit Hmong’s Golden Egg Rolls in La Crosse for the real thing.
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