Dara decided to take a moment and look into her “Foodie Crystal Ball” and share her top 5 trends to look for in 2014!
Megan Scott, from Joy Of Cooking and the blog The Joy Kitchen, shares tips on how to know your oven.
Irma Rombauer, author of The Joy Of Cooking, was an accomplished home baker. Make her Pecan or Angel slices for your holiday cookie swap or your Christmas dessert table.
The whole WCCO family is excited about our latest addition – the WCCO Rooftop! It has an outdoor kitchen, a working gas fireplace, locally grown plants and an amazing view above Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis. There’s green, local, lush landscape to use for an array of purposes, including outdoor camping segments and even musical guests. The plants are mostly locally grown, and the soil is locally sourced from Mississippi Top Soils in Cold Spring.
Carrie Morey’s Black Pepper Biscuits will give your Thanksgiving table just the right amount of Southern flair and keep your family running for more.
Heather Bertinetti, author of “Bake It, Don’t Fake It!”, shares her coconut shortbread cookie recipe.
Want a home-cooked meal, but can’t cook? Jessica Seinfeld’s book has more than a 100 step by step recipes that can help you become a “can cook” in no time. Try her simple roasted eggplant and cherry tomato recipe tonight!
Follow Bethenny Frankel’s tips for packing light so that your luggage doesn’t slow you down on your next trip.
Kim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
This month might be one of the best times to find some deals on gas grills. But which one is best for you? Warners’ Stellian manager Chuck Bulson had some tips. Electronic igniters tend to be the most reliable, and they’re battery powered.
Think about Jamaican food, and you probably think about jerk chicken. It’s unique spicy flavor that comes from a rub or marinade, and from a special kind of wood that’s only being imported by one Twin Cities man.
For those of us who are responsible for organizing and orchestrating a delicious Mother’s Day brunch, we must bring a Minnesota chef to the table.
Some of the best tacos can be found right here in the Twin Cities and these five restaurants have some of the tastiest around.
If you celebrate Easter, there’s a good chance there’s a ham involved. And though they say variety is the spice of life, some of us wonder why there are so many choices when it comes to ham.
Read on for tips from the best tailgating cooks.
If you’re not a hunter, venison can be tough to get your hands on considering it’s pretty rare to find it in a restaurant.
A hot home-cooked meal is what most of us love to have waiting for us, but who has the time? Behold the wonders of cooking with a Crock Pot or slow cooker.
This is the time of year when you see pumpkins decorating yards and tabletops. They’re pretty and fun to carve. But they are even better to eat, and we’re not talking about making pies.
Minnesota’s best authentic food event, the 24th Minneapolis Greek Festival – Taste of Greece, is coming September 7-9.
Remember how I talked about grilling on the 4th of July? I was quite excited about grilling pizza and had several flavor combinations in mind, but in reality it never happened.
It’s that time of year for fresh goodies from our neighborhood farmers to start popping up in farmers markets around the state. Here are some local Maple Grove Farmer’s Market vendors that are considered the “cream of the crop.”
It may not be unusual to see a group of kids riding their bikes together in Minneapolis. But you might be surprised to see kids biking to the farmers markets to learn about cooking and healthy foods.
This week in Finding Minnesota, we went to the international fish market that Minnesota restaurants have turned to for 31 years.
Before running to the store (or out to eat), I turned to what was left in my refrigerator and freezer. Finding a bag of spinach, leftover roasted tomatoes, and a tub of hummus, I decided on a salad.
Baby, it’s cold outside. There are plenty of fun things to do in the snow, but when the temperatures drop low, it’s a good idea to find a few indoor activities that don’t require head-to-toe winter gear for kids and their parents to enjoy.