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Food

Bison, Anyone?

December 8, 2020
The legendary food staple of the plains makes a great comfort food.

A Time-Traveled Treat


Kringle’s circuitous route to the Frerichs farm.

Eating Wild Cactus


Wild plants like the prickly pear cactus have served many purposes.

Ambassadors For Beef


A Kingsbury County couple’s devotion to South Dakota’s No. 1 industry.

Kneading Tradition


Rediscovering bread 4,500 miles from home.

Hunting Charles Mix Plums


A family tradition in the Missouri River Valley.

Apple Pie: It's in the Bag


Neither our editors nor Mrs. Overby are responsible for oven fires, but a brown paper bag truly adds something to a pie.

Brookings’ Rhubarb King


Jan Sanderson has perfected his ruby-red crop one plant at a time for 35 years.

Freeman’s Savory Soup


Summer savory provides a subtle punch to a traditional German dish.

Amaranth: The Once and Future Crop?


Reintroducing a historic grain to the Dakota diet.

A White Cookie Tradition


Four generations have enjoyed these sweet treats in Brookings. Photo by Staci Perry

Holiday Recipe: Prairie Sage Dressing


If you’ve ever eaten turkey dressing with the delectable flavor of wild sage, you will never buy the store brand again.

Deuel County Oyster Tradition


Bemis Holland Presbyterian Church has celebrated the harvest for more than 130 years.

Wienerbrau Memories

August 23, 2018
A recipe in South Dakota Magazine rekindled a favorite 4-H treat.

Catfishing With Nata


Fishing without a worry.

Chefs Larry Wilson, left, and Marty Bigge steam dinners inside vintage cream cans.

Cream Can Cooking


The prairie version of a clam bake leaves Douglas County crowds hungry for more.

Susan Schroeder and Barb Perk turn drying noodles in Tabor s Legion Hall.

Noodles the Czech Way


Learning a Tabor tradition.

Rebecca Johnson searched for morel mushrooms at an undisclosed location along the Missouri River.

Hunting the Elusive Morel


Mushrooms are a springtime delicacy — if you know when and where to look.

Quest for the Czech Kolache


Mastering this dessert is as satisfying as eating it.

Timber Lake’s Holiday Tradition


Readers of the Timber Lake Topic anticipate each year’s hometown cookbook.

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