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Kansas/ Kansas City food souvenirs

Katie Nell | Aug 17, 200604:06 PM     32

Okay, wake up Kansas City-ians!! We are headed to Canada (British Columbia, to be exact) here in a little bit, and I'm hoping to take some special gifts to people there that represent Kansas/ Kansas City well. I had originally wanted to take barbequed meat and such, but I just don't think the logistics of that will work well. These are the things that I've thought of or bought so far:

- Gates and Jack Stack sauces
- Christopher Elbow Chocolates
- Boulevard Beer
- Z's or PT's coffee
- honey + homemade soaps from my mom's friend who is a beekeeper
- I thought about apple cider too, but I know they have a lot of orchards in the area we're going to, so I don't know if that would be somewhat offensive or not? (Reese's Fruit Farm (Topeka) has the best, in my opinion!)

This might be a good resource for visitors as well, so I'm hoping that you all come up with some wonderful ideas!!

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