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By Rosemary McCoy
The popular Hunny & Bunny food truck has started a catering service. Ibrahim and Melissa Hamed will prepare Mediterranean dishes from the food truck menu and other items. Hunny & Bunny is known for its steak and chicken shawarma, falafel, gyro, kebab, kofta and sambusa dishes. They’ll also do rice, French fries, sauces, salads, desserts and kid-friendly foods. Ibrahim Hamed said they are still finalizing details, but he expects they’ll have a 30-guest minimum and be able to handle up to 500 people. Plate charges will range from $10 to $14.
A northwest Iowa bakery known for its traditional Dutch baked goods is having a pop-up shop in Sioux Falls. Casey’s Bakery will be at Stensland Family Farms Ice Cream & Country Store, 3101 W. 41st St., from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15. In addition to buns, breads and cookies, the sale will feature holiday items. You can order ahead at email@example.com. While you’re at Stensland, check out the new half-gallons of milk that the creamery has added to its lineup. They’re aren’t available in grocery stores yet. And grab some of its award-winning ice cream.
“O” So Good Restaurant, which opened in July in Garretson, has tweaked its hours for winter and revamped its menu. New dishes from chef-owner Omar Thornton include jerk chicken, tuna tacos and meatloaf. The coffee shop is open every morning on weekdays, and dinner is served from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. Lunch hours are gone, but Thornton will provide a catered lunch in the restaurant for groups of six or more. Sunday’s buffet has been changed to breakfast and dinner plates and the hours have been shifted to later in the day: noon to 4 p.m.
If you love cupcakes, now your dog can enjoy its own “pupcake.” Shop Dog Boutique at The Bridges at 57th is carrying Smallcakes Cupcakery & Creamery’s cupcakes made just for dogs.
Fans of the McRib at McDonald’s can rejoice. The pork sandwich slathered in barbecue sauce and topped with onion and pickles is back for a limited time at most of the restaurants in Sioux Falls.
Holiday foods don’t have to be full of fat and sugar-laden. Pomegranate Market is hosting a Healthy Holiday Food Fest from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11. Enjoy samples, savings and giveaways. Taste products from local and regional vendors such as Heart of the City Bakery, She’s Nuts, Ferndale Market and Skinny Sticks’ Maple Syrup. The market is in the Beakon Centre at 57th Street and Louise Avenue.
Looking for a quick lunch on the east side of Sioux Falls? The Willows Food & Spirits at Willow Run Golf Course has updated its lunch menu with new items in its $5, $7 and $10 categories. You’ll walk away full.
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