Food

Camille’s Sidewalk Café Shares Special Lent Dishes

No matter the time of day or occasion, Camille's offers something for everyone

Camille’s Sidewalk Café continues to grow and provide the market with a fresh alternative to fast food, in an atmosphere where you can eat, relax and enjoy. Mike Sandstrom, a catering coordinator at Camille’s Sidewalk Café, joined the KDLT Kitchen to share some of the new menu items for the season of lent. Mike brought with him a breakfast pizza and…

Hy-Vee Chef Scott Teal Talks Healthy Meal Prep

With busy schedules and winter weather, it’s hard to find the motivation to eat right and prepare healthy meals. However, with some simple meal prep your efforts will go a long way. Chef Scott Teal from Hy-Vee teaches classes at the Hy-Vee on South Louise Avenue, including one that teaches you how to prepare simple meals that can serve four…

Celebrate National Gluten-Free Day With Chef To Plate

If you didn’t already know, January 13th is National Gluten-Free Day and one Sioux Falls business has some quick and affordable options for celiac-friendly meals. Chef To Plate offers healthy meal options, all of which are either gluten-free or can be made gluten-free. Chef  Adam Top says the meals are prepared fresh daily and can be ordered by midnight to be…

Crave Adds “Hogzilla” To Downtown Burger Battle

“Going massive” was the inspiration for Crave’s entry in this year’s Downtown Burger Battle, according to Executive Chef Alex Keehn. The burger features pork belly, bourbon BBQ, apple-jalapeño coleslaw and is served on a pretzel bun. Keehn calls it a “monster of a burger.” He said he hopes the “Hogzilla” will prove to be a winner this year. Crave has…

Canton Coffee Shop Aims To Include All, Even Those With Disabilities

Owner: "just bring a little understanding to the table"

Location and price are what most business owners consider before opening up shop.But for one Canton mom, focusing on a place where her daughter fits in and is welcomed, was the number one priority.”We love coffee shops and we were always running to Sioux Falls because there wasn’t one here,” says Carla Lems.