Good Question: What Is The History Of The Hot Dish?It's something many Minnesotans grew up with and many still enjoy today: hot dish. It's become an annual contest among the state's congressional delegation. On Wednesday, Sen. Al Franken hosted the 5th annual hot dish competition in Washington, D.C., putting partisanship aside in favor of a culinary tradition. Rep. Betty McCollum's "Turkey, Sweet Potato, and Wild Rice Hot Dish" took first place.
Bite Of Minnesota: Sausage And White Bean CassouletIt is cold. There's no denying that we've been experiencing some cold temperatures lately, causing our bodies to crave warm comfort food.
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3-12-14 Senator Al Franken On The WCCO Morning News With Dave LeeClick the above link to hear the Senator discuss the field for this year's MINNESOTA CONGRESSIONAL HOT DISH Competition.
Minnesota Words In Regional Dialect DictionaryEach region of our country has a distinct way of talking, don'tcha know?
Klobuchar Wins Bipartisan 'Hot Dish Off'Several members of Minnesota's congressional delegation will put up their best comfort food in a friendly hot dish contest Wednesday.
Rep. Walz's Chicken Mushroom Wild Rice Hot DishRep. Tim Walz's recipe for Chicken Mushroom Wild Rice Hot Dish.
Rep. Ellison's Tuna Noodle CasseroleRep. Keith Ellison's recipe for Tuna Noodle Casserole.
Rep. Bachmann's Minnesota OktoberfeastMichele Bachmann's recipe for Minnesota Oktoberfeast.
Rep. McCollum's Pork, Cranberry & Wild Rice CasseroleRep. Betty McCollum's recipe for Pork, Cranberry & Wild Rice Casserole.
Sen. Franken's Wild Rice And Turkey Hot DishSen. Al Franken's Recipe for Wild Rice And Turkey Hot Dish.