Culinary Schools in South Dakota (SD)

Once the roaming grounds of buffalo which provided food, clothing and shelter for the Sioux nation of American Indians, 62,000 of whom reside in South Dakota today, the state is still influenced by its past. South Dakota towns, lakes, and landmarks have Indian names. Galleries display tribal art and powwows (celebrations of dancing and singing) are held throughout the year.

A leader in honey production which is vital to the state’s economy, South Dakota’s residents enjoy Kuchen, the official desert of the state. A variety of Native American dishes can also be discovered and enjoyed in South Dakota.