Sioux Falls food truck season is here and there's something for everyone to enjoy. But one new Sioux Falls food truck showcases greasy, fried food, especially corndogs.

The Corndog Company is the newest Sioux Falls food truck to try this summer. This "corny" food truck from The Corndog Company is the first truck to call Sioux Falls home.

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This food truck is a corndog lovers dream. Not only does The Corndog Company create classic corndogs, but they are also known for the Honeydog! What is a famous Honeydog from The Corndog Company? They literally drizzle honey on a corndog! It sounds sweet enough to eat!

The Corndog Company does not create your typical corndog. Or snacks!

The Mini

  • 1/8 pound all beef hotdog
  •  Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Drizzled with honey, (thoughtfully) dressed with ketchup and mustard

The Epic 

  • 1/4 pound all beef, footlong hotdog
  •  Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Drizzled with honey, (thoughtfully) dressed with ketchup and mustard

The Cheese-Bomb

  • Cheddar, pepperjack, or mozzarella cheese
  •  Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Drizzled with honey

The Cheese Pop

  • Babybel cheese
  •  Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Drizzled with honey

Deep-Fried Desserts 

  • Milky Way or Snickers
  •  Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Drizzled with honey
  • Hand-dipped in our freshly-made cornbread-style batter
  •  Rolled in asian-style panko breadcrumbs
  •  Dusted with sugar
  •  Drizzled with honey, dipped in a sweet chili sauce

Hungry for more? Check out more yummy Sioux Falls food trucks driving around town:

The Best Sioux Falls Food Trucks

We can't wait to try The Corndog Company this summer!

Detour Dining: Off-the-Beaten-Path Restaurants You Must Try in South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa

Beyond the well-traveled tourist paths, there’s a whole different world of food exploration throughout South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota. From tiny restaurants in historic towns serving up generations-old recipes to small town dive bars that not only have cheap, cold beer, but unique and unexpected homemade dishes.

We’ve created an exploration of off-the-beaten path restaurants nestled in the charming landscapes of the tri-state area. Take a detour from the ordinary and discover the extraordinary flavors as you travel the roads not-so-often traveled. 

Gallery Credit: Karla Brown / Townsquare Media


Seven Mind-Blowing Wonders' of South Dakota

I think most of us have at least heard of the "Seven Wonders of the Modern World." We might not be able to rattle them off as easily as McDonald's value menu items, but chances are you've heard of at least some of them, right?

There's the Great Wall of ChinaChichén Itzá, a Mayan City on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. The ancient city of Petra, in Jordan. Machu Picchu in Peru. Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro. The Colosseum in Rome, and finally, the Taj Mahal in Agra, India.

Every state in the nation is known for having a series of natural wonders and signature landmarks. So, I thought I would come up with my own list of the "Seven Wonders of South Dakota."

The following is what I consider to be the signature landmarks, monuments, and natural wonders that are synonymous with the great state of South Dakota. I tried to give both sides of the state a little love while comprising this list.

You might have a few additions...
Let's get started. The Seven Wonders of South Dakota:


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