Shane Gilbertson from The Co-op Natural Foods joins Meagan and Tom in the KDLT Kitchen sharing some healthy ideas for lunch.
Melissa Johnson with Oh My Cupcakes! shares the February flavors in the KDLT Kitchen. The Chocolate Covered Strawberry is one of the most popular of the month.
Alex Anderson with Crack’d Pot Restaurant joins Meagan and Tom in the KDLT Kitchen to share some of their specialties including soup and pies.
Joe Ceretto with Zesty’s Pizza shares their fresh baked pizzas, calzones, and pork wings. Located at 1708 South Marion Road and known for their sauces, Zesty’s is open weeknights until 11 p.m. and weekends until 3 a.m.
John Berkness from Monks House Of Ale Repute joins Brandon and Jill in the KDLT Kitchen. Monks was rated top bar in the state of SD, and offers not just craft beers, but unique food options with the top pizza in the state including dessert pizzas.
Mike McGreevy from MacKenzie River Pizza joins Tom and Meagan in the KDLT Kitchen celebrating National Pizza Week. Quality is the key ingredient, not just for their pizza, but their 71 item menu includes burgers, salads, sandwiches, and soups made from scratch everyday. Located at 11th and Main, MacKenzie River Pizza is a new hot spot in Sioux Falls.
Hungry for Truth is giving away a $25,000 kitchen makeover from Hungry for Truth, South Dakota Soybean farmers, and Karl’s TV Audio and Appliances.
The Hungry for Truth Initiative is out with another web episode — giving you some more creative cooking ideas.
Nicholas Mangene and John Hutchinson from the All Day Cafe brings some of their specialties into the KDLT Kitchen. Located next to Scheels, the All Day Cafe has a wide variety of breakfast to dinner specials.
Mike Dinsmore from Bagel Boy joins Meagan in the KDLT Kitchen and shares some of the October specials they have to offer. New York Style Bagels and homemade cream cheese are signature selections with the local business.
Louisa Soli-Holt with Black Sheep Coffee House stops by the KDLT Kitchen with a couple warm drinks. Black Sheep roasts their own coffee every week in their small quaint location at 12th and Grange.
Penny Olson from the Fruit Club brings some pears into the KDLT Kitchen. Penny shows us today how to do a pear cobbler with toasted almonds.
Susie Patrick from Breadsmith brings a bouquet of bread to the KDLT Kitchen for us to try.
Mike, Wes, and Dan Elvebo, bring their Boxcar Beef & Dogs Food Truck into the KDLT Kitchen. Not just your ordinary hot dog, the Chicago style hot dog is a favorite. An Italian Beef sandwich, and a Combo sandwich, including Italian Sausage and Italian Beef, are a specialty.
Penny Olson from the Sioux Empire Fruit Club and Daryl Nordquist from the South Dakota Special Olympics talk about the Peach Festival at Yankton Trail Park on July 25th. Penny shares a Peach Cobbler with Meagan and Tom in the KDLT Kitchen.
Chef Scott Teal from HyVee mixes things up with a Surf & Turf by grilled tri-tip steak with Jamaican jerk shrimp will make for a simple yet delicious meal on the grill.
Melissa Johnson with “Oh My Cupcakes” and special guest “Create a Cupcake” winner Ryan Fauglid share their Peach Cobbler Cupcake and the new logo making cupcakes with Meagan and Tom in the KDLT Kitchen.
Jackson Rentschler with the Gateway Lounge joins Meagan and Tom to talk about the renovations to the restaurant, and show off the famous Monster Burger.
The History & Future
KDLT’s history actually takes us back to the days of radio, a former big band musician turned radio station owner. Ray Eppel ignored many of his fellow radio station owners who thought television was just a fad. He started KORN TV in Mitchell in 1960. Jeff Logan worked for Eppel for almost a decade and describes him as a frugal businessman who cared about his community.
Thursday is National Cheese Day – and on KDLT News Today, there was a celebration marking the holiday in the KDLT Kitchen.