Take some of the wedding planning stress away by ordering your exceptional cake from one of these Minnesota bakeries.
There are over 20 CSAs in Minnesota, so there’s sure to be one in your neck of the woods. Here are five of the best CSAs in the state.
Whether you celebrate Passover or are just interested in learning some new recipes, here are some that you can experiment with
March 9 is National Meatball Day and if you’d like to celebrate (and enjoy) the savory, little, round treat before it rolls right off your plate, here are five.
February is National Cherry Month and February 20th is National Cherry Pie Day, so grab a spoon, fork and/or glass and celebrate the wonder that is this tart, sweet, red little fruit.
When it comes to creative cocktails, the Twin Cities has no shortage of places to go to grab one with the guys, the girls or while out on a date. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet, sour, spicy or bold, there is definitely a drink for you nearby. Two bars downtown, Union Restaurant & Rooftop and Bradstreet Crafthouse, and one bar in Uptown, Primebar, feature some of the most creative cocktails around.
Cheese comes in all sorts of sizes, shapes, aromas and flavors. While our neighbors to the east might be known as cheeseheads, we here in Minnesota have some of the best cheese shops around.
It has been said that food brings people together, so spend some quality time in front of the oven instead of the TV with cooking. Enjoy delicious meals with your kids with suggestions from head chef and CEO of Way-Cool Cooking School, Lynn Elliott.
Jan. 4 is National Spaghetti Day, so why not head out to a restaurant near you and order up a spaghetti dish that would get even Lady and the Tramp’s noodles all in a knot?
The next time you’re asked to bring a dish to pass at an affair, bring a carefully crafted holiday cocktail. Here are some delicious drink ideas to share with your family and friends this holiday season from Michael Rakun of Mill Valley Kitchen.
When it comes to holiday meals, Minnesotans have their go-to recipes that have withstood the test of time. But sometimes it’s fun to switch it up. Chef Peter Makens shares his traditional holiday recipe for brining the turkey along with his prized sweet potato gratin recipe and some tips that can be useful when the time comes to play holiday host or hostess.
As we get closer to nearing the end of the holiday shopping season, tips on what to get that hard-to-buy-for person on your list are certainly welcomed. Here are five of the best places to hit before the holidays to pick up something sweet for ‘that’ person. They will appreciate your thought as they open a carefully wrapped box and enjoy all of the sweet treats inside.
Try some of these creative, quick and easy ways to jazz up and rethink the dreaded Thanksgiving leftovers as recommended by local chefs. Leftovers don’t have to be boring and drab, they can be reinvented into new and exciting dishes that the whole family will enjoy.
Rather than waking up at 4 a.m. to put the turkey in the oven, peel and mash the potatoes, snip and bake the green-bean casserole, bake a pumpkin pie and brown the buns, you can head to one of these fine eateries for an equally delicious meal on Thanksgiving day.
A newly opened bar in uptown, a pub in St. Paul, a cozy pub on Selby and Dale, an oyster and whiskey bar in Minneapolis and a pub on 50th and France…what do they all have in common? They all have a tremendous craft beer list.