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South Dakota

Big suppers, small grains typical state fare

Big suppers, small grains typical state fare

Thousands of U.S. troops feasted on pheasant sandwiches while passing through Aberdeen, S.D., during World War II. / Photo courtesy of Aberdeen Convention & Visitors Bureau

The cream can supper is South Dakota’s answer to the New England clambake. A vintage 10-gallon cream can—the kind with a wide mouth and handles on either side—is filled with corn on the cob, potatoes and other assorted vegetables and sausages. Water (or beer) is added and the vessel is set over an open flame to ... Continue reading about South Dakota

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