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Great Plains

You can use this tag to discuss food in Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, and South Dakota. We also have tags for each of those states, as well as many of their cities, which you can browse here.

San Francisco Treats vs. Kansas City Eats: A Super Menu Match-Up

Kansas City and San Francisco aren’t merely NFL powerhouses, they also happen to be two of the most storied food towns in America—with vastly different cuisines. KC is the undisputed BBQ capital of...

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St. Louis Sara lou Fried Shrimp and Tartar Suace

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by ksphillips 5 years ago

Would love to find any recipe for the fried shrimp and especially the tartar sauce from this St. Louis favorite. I believe the tartar sauce had Miracle Whip, dill pickles and onion with something ...

CSA in (or near) Wichita, Kansas

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by Camelyn 12 years ago

I've looked high, low and under a few beds, but I have not been able to find a CSA program in Wichita. Odd, since this is the midwest, and there are more farms than bars (ok maybe not, but it's got...

Cheese o'Clock guided virtual tastings with Janet Fletcher & Laura Werlin

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by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

A four-part series of guided virtual tastings of cheese with selected wines led by Janet Fletcher and Laura Werlin, two of the most knowledgeable cheese educators, to celebrate American Cheese Mont...

U.S. Sens. Baldwin, Hawley: Ask Federal Trade Commission to open antitrust investigation into meatpackers amid plant closures

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by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

In the bipartisan letter, the Senators note that the closing of three pork plants because of COVID-19 has resulted “in the shutdown of a staggering 15 percent of America’s pork production” at a tim...

German bakeries in St. Louis

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by Maedl 8 years ago

I grew up in St. Louis in the late1950s and 1960s. On Saturdays we would go to Soulard market and stop at one or two German bakeries on Cherokee Street in South St. Louis. I don't think these baker...

Gourmet Food for Train Trip

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by Budstone 2 years ago

looking at the Empire Builder train ride from Chicago to Seattle and would like ideas for really good gourmet food for the trip. Will be taking a collapsable cooler and dry ice. Can you sneak (like...

Recommendations for Branson, Missouri

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by ferrett1 2 years ago

We will be in Branson with two friends in about a month and wondered if there are any great restaurants that you can recommend?. Not interested in Mexican but pretty much anything else.

Barbara's Bake Shoppe Iowa City, IA, mid-1970s

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by sray1203 10 years ago

I went to college there, this was a little shop down one of the streets from the Pentacris(sp?). They used to make these crisp sugar cookies with a frosting that was not buttercream, not cream che...

Adding more meat to left over beef stew?

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by angelsfan2005 2 years ago

I made beef stew in the insta pot tonight. The recipe I used only called for 1 pd but I should have used 2. I have a good amount of juice and vegetables left but no meat. Can I buy more meat, cook ...

Woodyard BBQ - Worth the drive

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by bighound 2 years ago

Woodyard BBQ was in a light industrial area with the pits figuring prominent at the front of the building. The smell of smoking meat was mouth-watering upon our arrival. We shared a three-meat plat...

Joe's Kansas City BBQ - Just excellent

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by bighound 2 years ago

Joe's Kansas City Barbeque is in a gas station with the garage remodeled into a cafeteria style eating establishment. heard the stories and read the reviews but was dubious when there wasn't the sm...

KC BBQ reviews Nov '19

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by bighound 2 years ago

first of a group of reviews from first time visit to KC. BBQ all the way. most quite good. Arthur Bryant's barbeque: Old school counter service BBQ not far from the Negro League Baseball Museum. T...

St Louis, Kansas City, Lincoln, and Topeka

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by dcbbq 3 years ago

We'll be touring the plains this fall, and looking for good wood-cooked barbecue in each of these cities, and other suggestions. Feel free to point me to barbecue threads to the various cities. (...

Toulouse or similar style sausages in St. Louis?

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by xhepera 7 years ago

I'm planning on making a cassoulet and am having trouble sourcing a couple of things locally. Namely, duck fat and Toulouse-style sausages. I'm about 2 hours from St. Louis and figured I'd have bet...

Best places to eat in KC?

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by oklatoma 2 years ago

Hi! I’m new to the area and I’m looking for some of your favorite places to eat in Kansas City and the dish that you loved the most!! Thanks!!

Paid Food Sport Opportunity for Pepsico Fall Football

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by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

"This paid opportunity is specifically for pitmasters to show off their barbecue skills! . . . "

Maria's Soft Shell Tacos and some Omaha/Ralston

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by mmgd1960 10 years ago

Maria's has some of the best Mexican food I have ever had. My favorite is the flour "Soft Shell Taco". They are a thicker flour shell that is deep fried. I'm not sure but I think that the meat...

Andouille in the Lou?

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by skwentus 3 years ago

Does anyone have a good source for Andouille sausage in the St. Louis area? Last year I used Johnsonville in my gumbo, which was fine but I'm curious about other options.

Tacorito- Gone but not forgotten...Omaha/Lincoln, NE and CO

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by mmgd1960 10 years ago

When I was growing up in Omaha I was a bus-girl about 35 years ago at La Fonda's aka Holly Inn. The restaurant was founded by the late George Pappas of CO. I fell in love with the "Tacorito", a big...

St. Louis delights

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by stlSarah 3 years ago

We had a foodie guest recently and a lot of fun showing her some St. Louis gems. I have three layers to suggest: Sublime - Nathaniel Reid Bakery on Manchester for outstanding breakfast pastrie...