DeRusha Eats: Baker’s Field Flour and BreadBeautiful to eat, and gorgeous to look at, this bread is a combination of art and science.
DeRusha Eats: Mississippi MushroomsAs an agriculture student at the University of Minnesota, Ian Silver-Ramp dreamed of starting a facility like Mississippi Mushrooms -- local, high-tech, eco-friendly. He had no idea it would become such a favorite of Twin Cities chefs.
DeRusha Eats: South Minneapolis' BirdieWhen it comes to success at the top of the restaurant world, three Minneapolis chefs want you to know that a women's place is in the kitchen.
DeRusha Eats: St. Genevieve In South MinneapolisFrom the music to the bottles, one step inside St. Genevieve and you know you're about to be taken far from home.
DeRusha Eats: Original Pancake HouseThere is something about breakfast, a freshly cracked egg – a fluffy pancake, thick-cut slice of bacon – which sets the table for the day.
DeRusha Eats: PinKU Japanese Street Food In NE Mpls.It is a deceptively simple menu with just ten items, but what John Sugimura and Xiaotung Huang are doing with their Minneapolis restaurant PinKU Japanese Street Food is far from simple.
DeRusha Eats: Cossetta's Italian EmpireIt's become an empire: a more than $10 million expansion in 2013 created more than 1,000 seats inside.
DeRusha Eats: 2016 In ReviewThe big wins of 2016 were all about casual dining with big flavors and big heart.
DeRusha Eats: New Year's Eve Champagne PicksOn New Year's Eve, there is one choice of drink, and that choice comes with lots and lots of bubbles.
DeRusha Eats: Mucci's ItalianOwner Tim Niver named his restaurant after his mom, Audrey Mucci. Italian food is always personal, and with that can come strong expectations.
DeRusha Eats: New Book 'Coffee Culture'The book focuses on 33 coffee shops all over the country, all innovative roasters who are doing cool things with design.
DeRusha Eats: Vine Park Brewing CompanyHave you thought about brewing your own craft beer or maybe you want to try your hand at wine-making? You don't have to just think about it, there's a brewery in St. Paul where you can use their equipment and get their help.