Food at the Threshing Bee


Finding something tasty to eat is never a problem at the Threshing Bee. Food stands can be found in the wooded area near and inside the shelter houses. From full meals to snacks and beverages, choices are endless.

First Lutheran Church (east shelter) - Their breakfast menu includes pancakes and sausages until about 11 a.m. After 11 a.m., they serve hot dogs, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot chicken sandwiches, egg rolls, potato salad, potato chips, pie, ice cream, pop, coffee and bottled water.


Butterfield Fire Departments (middle shelter) - The men in red run a hamburger stand to satisfy those that crave a nice juicy burger and the fixings to go with it!


Watonwan County Historical Society (west shelter) - Ready to treat your taste buds? Savory roast beef commercials are at the top of the Historical Society's menu followed by roast beef on a bun (if you aren't a veggie fan). Other items that may catch your eye include: 1/4 lb Rotisserie roasted hot dogs, steam engine - home grown corn on the cob, Baker's Square pie (sugar free apple pie available!!), daily fresh baked cinnamon rolls, and Jumbo freezer pops. Also available, assorted chips, coffee with free refills, pop, juice, and water.


The General Store Ice Cream Shop - an ice cream cone is calling your name...


Speedway Builders 4-H Club - A cold treat can always be found at the Speedway Builders 4-H Club booth. Club members and leaders are eager and willing to serve you homemade ice cream or your choice of floats in numerous flavors. Frozen candy bars, pop and bottled water are also available. 

St. Olaf/Zion Crusaders - The St. Olaf/Zion Crusaders purchase about 100 pounds of popcorn to sell at their stand during Bee time. The salty kernels make a great snack to carry around and nibble on. They also sell pop and bottled water.

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Noi's Asian Food - Bubble tea, fried rangoon, lomein, fried rice, and other delicious dishes!