Chipotle’s Cultivate Festival is returning for a second year to Minneapolis’ Loring Park this weekend. The one-day festival, created by the chain of Mexican restaurants in 2011, celebrates local and sustainable food by inviting people to learn more about where their food comes from.
Minnesota lawmakers got a visit Wednesday from a well-known celebrity chef and food writer lobbying to save the “Snowbate” tax credit for production companies. Andrew Zimmern greeted House members, some of whom took selfies with the famous chef.
The Twins return to Target Field for their home opener on Monday, April 13. Fans will want to bring their appetites to the game. The team introduced some impressive new foods to its already expansive menu. From adding iconic Twin Cities restaurants to new vegan options, there’s something everyone will enjoy.
Minnesota Food Share is working to restock food shelves across the state for the Minnesota Food Share March Campaign. It’s the largest food and fund drive in the state of Minnesota. They’re hoping to raise more than half the food distributed by 300 food shelves throughout the year.
Enjoy this Q&A with celebrity chef and host of the Travel Channel’s ‘Bizarre Foods,’ Andrew Zimmern.
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Get used to seeing the letters “L-I-I” around the Twin Cities. The biggest game in professional sports, the Super Bowl, is coming to Minnesota in 2018.
Minnesota’s bid committee erupted in cheers Tuesday when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell made the announcement at the annual NFL owners meeting.
Ghosts and goblins are expected to come out in late October for Halloween, but the beer-craving undead can’t wait that long. The 9th annual Zombie Pub Crawl kicked off at 4 p.m. Saturday afternoon, with 30,000 people expected to participate in this year’s event. New this year, some pretend zombies ate some real brains. Andrew Zimmern’s “A-Z Canteen” prepared pork brain tacos – a dish that’s served in Mexico – for a group of competitive eaters.
If you’re headed to the second-annual Food Truck Fair in Uptown this weekend, you find 29 food trucks all with unique menus. Each will offer up a little something for everyone, even multi-cultural and sustainable foods like those offered at AZ Canteen. This food truck has a famous owner.
Educators from across the country will be in Minneapolis this week for the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference. The “Land of 10,000 Ag Opportunities” gathering runs from Tuesday through Friday at the Marriot City Center.
Thursday afternoon, Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl of WCCO’s “Off the Menu” stopped by to talk food and more with Chad Hartman. Dara is heading to New York for her 11th nomination for a James Beard Award, Anthony Bourdain and Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel have a show in town plus more from the local and national food scenes!
We can’t promise any “Bizarre Foods” on weekly episodes of WCCO’s new food show “Off the Menu”. But for this Saturday, Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl dove in headfirst with the host of the Travel Channel show’s crazy culinary journey and Minnesota’s own, Andrew Zimmern! Plus, the owners of 112 Eatery, Bar La Grassa and Burch plus the Twin Cities Top 5 Places for Fried Chicken!
With “No Reservations”, Dara dove headfirst into another version of “Off the Menu” on Saturday . It was Anthony Bourdain from the Travel Channel plus Best Pizza slices and pastry chef’s on this week’s show.
Goat will be on the menu at Target Field when the Minnesota Twins open the 2013 season, and it’s not the kind of goat that blows a game.
When you have a name like Andrew Zimmern attached to a food truck, the advertising tends to take care of itself.
There’s a late entrant in the food truck game with a big name. “Bizarre Foods” host Andrew Zimmern lives in the Twin Cities and just launched the AZ Canteen.
A Pizza Queen, Mr. Hot Dog, a Cupcake Warrior, a Chef of the Good, the Great and the Bizarre and a Nordic Chef Extraordinaire all walk into a bar. And what do you have? Well, you have a bar full of the cream of the crop in the Minnesota culinary scene, of course.
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“Bizarre Foods” star Andrew Zimmern has taken quite a journey to get to where he is now. Before he moved to the Twin Cities 20 years ago, Andrew Zimmern lived a much different life.
Andrew Zimmern has made living traveling around the world and eating just about anything. But is the host of Travel Channel’s franchise “Bizarre Foods” really that bizarre?
Andrew Zimmern already knows what he wants for the final course in a career built on a penchant for chowing unusual foods — a helping of politics.
Two meals Andrew Zimmern made Sunday at the Eco-Experience building at the Great Minnesota Get Together.
Andrew Zimmern travels the world looking to try the most “Bizarre Foods.” But he calls Minnesota home.
Governor Tim Pawlenty is live at the Minnesota State Fair. He welcomes Bizarre Food’s Andrew Zimmern plus Senator John McCain!