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Giving Thanks for Food

“When you rise in the morning, give thanks for the light, for your life, for your strength. Give thanks for your food and for the joy of living. If you see no reason to give thanks, the fault lies in yourself.” -Tecumseh

Sharing meals has long been a tradition when it comes to spending time with family and friends, building relationships, and sometimes, conducting business. It’s no different in Yellowstone. What is different in Yellowstone is that a lot of the food we serve, more than half in fact, is sourced locally. We’re very fortunate that while we’re often considered “in the middle of nowhere” we’re still able to serve over two million meals each year with ingredients that are largely from Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and Colorado. It’s good for the Earth, and good for guests! By the way, the beer, wine and spirits are also mostly local and sustainable. Yes, we may be considered pretty remote, but we’re thankful that our location also provides us some incredible, and delightfully edible, local food.

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