Local Chef Offers Cooking Tips To Help With AphasiaPatients who suffer a stroke have to deal with the after effects known as aphasia. Those patients can have trouble speaking, reading, writing and walking. Maple Grove Chef Kurt Stiles and North Memorial's Gail Lommen joined WCCO Mid-Morning to talk about the effects and how cooking and eating can actually help them significantly.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl's Top 5 Foods To Boost Your MoodWe all could use a pick-me-up and some good mood boosting once in a while. This week Dara breaks out her Top 5 Foods to Boost Your Mood! So turn that frown upside down and enjoy!
The Pollan Family Table's Butternut Squash SoupThe Pollan Family Table is out now from CBS sister company Simon & Schuster. This excerpt shows their recipe for butternut squash soup with toasted pumpkin seeds.
Vegan Ginger-Molasses Cookies from Chloe CoscarelliVegan desserts can still be fun, delicious and easy to make! This treat from Chloe Coscarelli, Food Network-winning vegan chef, is perfect to bring to a cookie swap to satisfy everyone.
How To Bake Holiday Treats With GingerYou don't have to stop with just gingerbread this holiday season. There are many other ways to include ginger in your baked treats.
How To Use Ginger In Holiday DrinksA popular spice this time of the year is ginger. You see a lot of gingerbread houses and ginger cookies in bakeries and grocery stores. But what about adding that ginger flavor to some of your favorite holiday drinks?
Police Need Help Finding Missing WomanVirginia Glauber, 72 and known as “Ginger,” disappeared early Tuesday morning, police said.
Best Unusual Farmers' Market Foods And RecipesThe farmers' market holds a cornucopia of good eats. Besides the mounds of fruits and veggies brought in from local vendors, there are meats, cheeses, herbs, spreads, baked breads, desserts and fresh-cut flowers. Each week holds something new for food finders, and each stand holds something different from the next. You will never run out of garden-fresh goodies to buy! But have you ever spotted something that you wouldn't normally purchase? Something unusual that has you wondering, how do you cook that? Or even, what is that? Well, I know I have. And for many other Midwestern taste buds, meat and potatoes and the staple vegetables (corn, green beans, broccoli, cauliflower, etc.) are what we are accustomed to on our plates. So, that's why I've hit the streets of the Minneapolis Farmers' Market on Nicollet Mall and put together 10 of the best finds at the farmers' market and some recipes to get you thinking about ways to use them in your everyday cooking. By the end, we hope you'll be able to tell your rhubarb apart from your rutabaga.