Montana

What To Eat in Montana

The Big Sky State is a bonanza of big eats: ooey-gooey cinnamon rolls, pillowy steaks, deluxe burgers, and plate-wide pancakes. The western regions are huckleberry country, so look for the winey fruit made into ice cream, syrup for ice cream, candy, and pie.

  • Wine-deep and just this side of sweet, huckleberries make for a beguiling syrup on vanilla ice cream. It is such a perfect combination that whipped cream and nuts are superfluous.

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  • A pork chop sandwich can be a whole breaded-and-fried boneless chop on a bun or it can be a patty of ground pork, like a hamburger. While the whole-chop variation is a connoisseur's choice, there is no slighting the extra succulence of a ground one, which is how it's done at Pork Chop John's in Butte, where this oinky sandwich first was served.

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  • Pancakes are everywhere. Montana's are not necessarily the most creative or deluxe, but they certainly are the biggest. The really good plate-size flapjacks deliver crisp surface and fluffy insides. One's a meal. A stack of three is an impossible challenge.

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