Time to fire up the grill with the Vikings first home game on Sunday. WCCO caught up with Stu King of the BBQ to help those of you who want to take the tailgate experience beyond burgers and brats — because sandwiches are always a hit.
Baskin-Robbins has 31 flavors of ice cream. The Nook has 31 types of burgers. They’re ooey-gooey and oh-so-good.
Fall football tailgating days are quickly approaching. WCCO caught up with Stu, self-proclaimed king of the barbecue, who shares how to make the most out of your pre-game celebration.
Despite the cooler weather, it’s still summer and there is plenty of time to get out and fire up the grill. Grilling out means serving chips, dips and burgers. But just because you’re BBQ’ing, that doesn’t necessarily mean your meal can’t be healthy.
It’s been two years since a St. Paul institution re-opened after a devastating fire. An electrical fire in the kitchen burned almost the entire inside of The Nook, but two lifelong friends have brought it back to life.
One bar comes to mind for most WCCO viewers when they hear the term “Juicy Lucy,” and that place is Matt’s Bar in south Minneapolis.
You don’t have to live in the Big Apple to enjoy the immense taste of it. Even if the Giants aren’t your team, Big Apple Burgers will taste great to fans from all regions.
A casino near Duluth, Minn. grilled a record-breaking whopper on Labor Day. Black Bear Casino Resort near Carlton cooked up the world-record bacon cheeseburger.
America’s traditional colors are red, white and blue, and you can take your Fourth of July picnic, barbeque or pool party to the next level by serving Independence Day themed cuisine! All of these easy-to-make […]
Spice comes in all shapes and sizes. Whatever spicy food you prefer, it’s available in the Twin Cities. These are some of the hottest and most spicy burgers, wings, jerk chicken and more that you can find.
When you go to a restaurant, you wouldn’t sit there and order a stick of butter. You’re too smart for that, and you know there would be lots of calories and fat and few nutrients. But many of the foods we order at restaurants have more fat than a whole stick of butter.
The Normandy Hotel, located in downtown Minneapolis, wasn’t always completely covered in their signature half-timbered facade, faux-aged with spots of underlying brick.
Perhaps it’s almost a no-brainer. We live in the Midwest. Out-of-towners almost expect us to have cows roaming the streets and cornfields at every corner. And with those two “staples” of our Midwestern stereotype under our belts, it’s only fitting that our restaurants produce some of the best burgers around.