Midwest Living Review
You wouldn't be able to fit more than 10 or 12 people inside, but this little store packs a lot of flavor into its shelves. Handwritten labels identify the various kinds of nuts and the amazing toppings and flavors available. Of course, you'll find plain cashews, macadamias, hazelnuts and pistachios. But you'll also find chocolate-and-toffee coated cashews and wasabi peas. (Full disclosure: We don't know exactly what state the peas are in -- dried? Not? But they have a great kick, if you like spicy food.) Medora has plenty of places to buy souvenirs, and while cowboy stuff and teddy bears are fun, the nuts also should make their way into your luggage.