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Tapping Into Something Sweet

Making maple syrup in South Dakota is a hobby right now, but could it become a bigger venture?

Mitchell’s Gingerbread Architect

Barb Feilmeier has a knack for tasty creativity.

This is Our Family

Sioux Falls’ Middle Eastern community adopts a Thanksgiving tradition — and each other

The Buzz from Prairie Moon Farm

Peeking inside a Clay County beehive.

Pizza at Kate’s Cottage

The Gorses serve rural hospitality with a hot slice of pizza.

Blessed Sacramints

When marking rites of passage, sweetened cream cheese candies are a must.

Hunting Charles Mix Plums

A family tradition in the Missouri River Valley.

Jelly for Scrimpers

Colome food writer Fran Hill resurrects a corncob tradition.

Raclette: A Toasty Alpine Delicacy

Sonja Hoffmann of Raclette Corner brings the cheesy taste sensation to Sioux Falls.

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.

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.

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