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By The Spoonful

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Amy P wrote a review Jun 2019
Shakopee, Minnesota17 contributions5 helpful votes
Found this gem looking for ice cream. They offered 5 flavors of ice cream from a local creamery. Servings were huge. They also offered any flavor of Spring Grove pop over vanilla icecream for a float! I got Purple Cow (black raspberry w/ chocolate chunks) and my husband got Cookie Dough. Both winners! We also got some Cashew Clusters that were amazing. They (along with several types of chocolate candies) were made by a nearby Amish community. YUM! Service was friendly and there was seating in the place as well as outside. Great find!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MarieDK2013 wrote a review Sep 2018
Copenhagen, Denmark38 contributions15 helpful votes
Drove through the town by chance on our way along the Mississippi River and stopped because of the scenic view at the harbor. Took a stroll down the main street and stumbled across this little gem of a shop - which turned out to have a great selection of local cheese, meets, ready-to-go-meals/salats, wine-by-the-glass, oils, crackers, pestos etc. etc. It was such a joy to visit - I am ashamed to admit, I took so many pictures, that the storeowner thought I might be a reporter writing an article about their store. I wish I was, cuz this place is awesome! But in the end, I am just a very curious Dane with a great love for local food :)
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Eldereaglewatcher wrote a review Aug 2018
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin973 contributions100 helpful votes
By the Spoonful is a cross between a deli and a take and bake store. There are many prepared foods to take home and bake. They all looked interesting and delicious. There's a large selection of local wines, which we tried, and very interesting looking sandwiches. We tried several kinds of the cookies, which were very good. It's a fun place to look around and discover something new. You definitely don't want to miss it if you're in McGregor.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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969randallp wrote a review Aug 2018
Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin24 contributions7 helpful votes
Katie, the owner, is a wonderful hostess. By the Spoonful features locally grown food and beverages. A must stop whenever in the area. Great coffee and delicious sandwiches which are homemade. All must make it a point to stop in and sample the cuisine and visit with the staff.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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kimhayes804 wrote a review Jul 2018
McGregor, Iowa20 contributions13 helpful votes
A sweet little shop where you can get a morning coffee/latte, a sandwich or soup for lunch or just grab all the fixings' you need to make lunch at home as well as great provisions for dinner. Beautiful Meats & Fish in the freezer along with side dishes or complete meals homemade for you in advance to 'take & bake.' They have quite a selection of Edgewood Meat Locker meats to choose from or assorted beer & wine. If you need a gourmet gift or the perfect condiment they have that as well with an elaborate assortment of mustards, chutneys, relishes, dips, etc. You can also just grab freshly sliced cheese to go! A little bit of everything, yet all first class products!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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