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The entry on booyah mentioned a Press Gazette article that may explain why we’ve been calling it booyah for all these years. In 1906, a man named Andrew Rentmeester took over as the teacher at the Finger Road School in Green Bay.
I learned that people have been trying to figure out where this soup came from for years!
But have you ever wondered how booyah got its name? Or why it’s such a popular dish, especially in Northeast Wisconsin?
I started looking into it, and discovered an interesting story about how a simple mistake played a big part in this tasty tradition.
She snappily said, “Do you know how many people a month call to tell me their relatives are the ones who created the original booyah recipe?
” Knowing that it’s such a big deal to so many people only got me more excited to solve this mystery!