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Kansas Tastes

Submitted by on December 2, 2011 – 12:07 amNo Comment

‘Tis the season for fruitcakes, pies, cookies, turkey and the never-ending platters of goodies that come with the holidays. Are you remembering the goodies you sampled on trips through Kansas, Road Trips Foodies?

Share a bite of Kansas flavor with friends this season. Here are some suggestions from SimplyKansas.com, featuring Kansas-made products.

Give the familiar taste of the holidays with a toffee sampler from Tallgrass Toffee. Each sampler includes a combination of milk chocolate almond, white chocolate macadamia nut and dark chocolate hazelnut toffee packed into a 1 lb. box. Try the Midwest Sampler Basket for a variety of toffee and chocolate Prairie patties packaged in a holiday gift basket. And, if you missed the shop on your last drive through Kansas, add it to your next itinerary: 14406 West 100th Street, Lenexa, Kansas.

Looking for something both salty and sweet? Try Nut Nation, which offers six flavors of seasoned and smoked pistachio nuts. Flavors include Zesty Garlic, Curry Mango, Parmesan Ranch, Sweet Mesquite, Chipotle Chili and plain smoked dairy-free. For the holidays, Nut Nation features a six-pack basket, which includes a package of each flavor. Want to sample in person? The “pistachioz” are available in and around Lawrence, Kansas.

Get back to the roots of Kansas fruit with Grandma Hoerner’s all natural fruit recipes. Originally founded on Grandma Mabel Hoerner’s one-of-a-kind applesauce, Grandma Hoerner’s now offers sauces, jams, preserves, pie fillings, toppings, chutneys and relishes, gourmet coffee and candles. Next time you’re west of Topeka, stop by for a tour: 31862 Thompson Road, Alma, Kansas.

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