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Fran Hill

Food Columnist

Fran Hill has been blogging about food at On My Plate since October of 2006. She, her husband and two dogs reside near Colome.

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Go Sports!

February 4, 2016
A creamy, cheesy, spicy Super Bowl Sunday snack that even the most sports-challenged partiers can enjoy.

Relax … It’s Winter

January 21, 2016
Our coldest season has challenges, but don’t ignore its comforts.

Winter Blues

January 7, 2016
Warm up with this fruity dessert inspired by a walk through the state capitol.

The Reluctant Baker

December 23, 2015
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without cookies.

New Traditions

December 10, 2015
Can a Mexican soup supplant oyster stew and chili as a Christmas Eve staple?

Carrots Among Friends

November 26, 2015
When life hands you a giant bag of carrots, make carrot cake marmalade.

The Best of Autumn’s Harvest

November 12, 2015
How does butternut squash compare to other seasonal bounties?

Steak Night Light

October 29, 2015
A twist on Colome’s small town tradition.

Food Without the Fuss

October 15, 2015
You don’t need to spend hours in the kitchen to eat well.

Ham and pears are delicious on their own, but together they make a unique fall sandwich.

A Unique Pearing

October 1, 2015
Inspired by the belief that anything can become a sandwich.

Sweet Corn for Winter

September 17, 2015
Summer’s bounty can last all year.

Apple Pie Granitas provide the flavors of fall in a cool summer treat.

Apple Pie on Ice

September 3, 2015
Beat the dog days of summer with a fall-inspired treat.

While missing some elements of a classic Eggs Benedict, masa cakes and fresh garden salsa make this version light and flavorful.

Bed or Breakfast?

August 20, 2015
You’ll ignore the snooze button with this new take on Eggs Benedict.

Locally grown sweet corn is a late summer treat.

Neighborhood Shopping

August 6, 2015
Forget the store. The best sweet corn comes from the back of a pickup.

Brown Rice Garden Salad is the perfect late summer dish, accentuated by recently ripened garden tomatoes.

The Patient Gardener

July 23, 2015
When it comes to garden tomatoes, waiting is the hardest part.

Crepes may not technically be South Dakotan, but over time they can become part of our culinary heritage.

Confessions of a First Generation South Dakotan

July 9, 2015
Our heritage shows up on our plates.

You Can Go Home Again

June 25, 2015
We’re simply the caretakers of houses … and recipes.

Keep It Simple

June 11, 2015
Modest fare makes for pleasant patio parties.

Just Grill It

May 28, 2015
Summer is the season for cooking outdoors.

Pasques are pretty, but chives add more to these scrambled eggs.

To Pick a Pasque

April 16, 2015
Instead of the state flower, Fran Hill is growing chives. They go better with eggs, anyway.

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