Kim Meidinger makes kuchen just like her grandmother used to make it, with REAL eggs, butter, milk, fruit and no preservatives or fillers.
You’ll also find Kim and her husband Keith at the Kim’s Gourmet Shop booth at the KELOLAND Living Arts and Crafts Show on Friday, March 27th and Saturday, March 28th at the Ramkota Exhibit Hall.
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