Some like it hot, but apparently not South Dakota.

Instacart recently crunched the numbers and South Dakotans eat the least amount of hot sauce in the entire U.S. One surprising fact is that our neighbor to the north (North Dakota) buys the most hot sauce per capita in the country.

Another interesting find from the Instacart survey is exactly which hot sauce each state is buying the most. And as far as hot sauces go, South Dakota's is pretty tame.

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What's South Dakota's Favorite Hot Sauce?

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That's right, Heinz... While the survey doesn't specify which brand of Heinz South Dakotans enjoy the most, it's a sad choice. Especially since we're the only state in the U.S. with Heinz as our number-one hot sauce, take a look at what the other states chose in the map below.

Credit: Instacart Website
Credit: Instacart Website

Each of the states that surround South Dakota chose worthy hot sauces. Iowans love Huy Fong Siracha, while Minnesotans can't get enough of Cholula. Nebraskans crave Trappey's above all others, and the top choice in North Dakota goes to Mexican Village Restaurant.

Source: Instacart Website

35 Movies That Take Place in South Dakota

When it comes to South Dakota and Hollywood, we've seen our fair share of films that have used our state as the backdrop for a number of productions over the years. They may not have always filmed here, but movie folk love to set stories here.

We're all familiar with the blockbusters like 1990's Dances With Wolves, 1959's North By Northwest, and more recently, 2007's National Treasure: Book of Secrets. But our state's life on the big screen goes back nearly 100 years.

According to IMDb, it all started with Courtin' Wildcats, a 1929 film which, like so many of the 29 films on this list, is a Western set in the time before South Dakota became a state in 1889.

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4 South Dakota Stories Featured on 'Unsolved Mysteries'

I am a longtime fan of the television show Unsolved Mysteries. The classic version from the 80s/90s. I remember a few times the late Robert Stack introduced a mystery in South Dakota

Looking through their archives, we found four South Dakota mysteries that were featured on Unsolved Mysteries. Do you remember these cases that still have a lot of unanswered questions?

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