The South Dakota State Fair (SDSF) attracts visitors that are 212,000 Huron, Southern Dakota, every year, plus in between carnival trips, cattle programs, rodeos, concerts and camping, there’s plenty of f d to feast on.

The South Dakota State Fair (SDSF) attracts visitors that are 212,000 Huron, Southern Dakota, every year, plus in between carnival trips, cattle programs, rodeos, concerts and camping, there’s plenty of f d to feast on.

It, they will come if you serve

With fan favorites like the Indian tacos, strawberry sm thies, wine slushies and beef Gyros, the humble smoked beef sandwich melt still reigns supreme. Each the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Association (SDCA) b th sells 1,500 pounds of beef to fair-goers who line up to enjoy a sandwich or two year.

“These beef sandwiches are excellent,” said Carol Millan, a fairgoer from Mitchell, S.D. “They’ve got g d taste and therefore are a lean and healthier choice whenever ch sing between all the reasonable f d.”

Amanda Larsen, of Wolsey, S.D., added, “The beef sandwiches are mostly of the fairly priced fair f ds, prepared and offered by area cattlemen, as well as the melts with cheese and peppers are delicious!”

“These beef sandwiches are excellent. They’ve got g d flavor and are really a lean and healthy option whenever ch sing between all of the fair f d.”Carol Millan, fairgoer from Mitchell, S.D.

Recently, the SDCA’s beef melt ended up being showcased on F d Network within an article titled “50 States of Fair F d.”

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