Walz Wins Franken's 2016 Hotdish CompetitionAfter being postponed from its original date on March 16, Sen. Al Franken's sixth annual Hotdish Competition was held on Wednesday.
Update: Sen. Franken's 6th Annual Hotdish Competition PostponedThe sixth annual hotdish competition in Washington D.C. has been postponed. For six years, Senator Al Franken has been hosting the competition for Minnesota's delegation.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Hotdish In MinnesotaIn the land of 10,000 lakes, there are at least as many hotdish recipes. In fact, many viewers submitted their own. And that's just how this week's winner created their famous hotdish.
Recipes From The 5th Annual Congressional Hotdish OffThe winner of the bunch, from Rep. Betty McCollum, was a turkey, sweet potato and wild rice concoction.
New London Company Creates List Of 'Minnesota Normal' BehaviorsThere are a lot of things we do here in Minnesota that many would think are crazy, but for us are normal. Wally and Mel's Apparel and Goods in New London put together a list of the top 10 most Minnesotan things.
'Hipster Hotdish' Wins Northeast Mpls. Competition
Minnesota Delegates Cook Up Bipartisan Hotdish ContestRep. Michele Bachmann says she hoped the judges would take pity on her. It's her last year in Congress, after all. But in the end, Bachmann's best effort — a hotdish called the "Polar Vortex-Mex" — wasn't enough.
Bill Aims To Back State Off On Chili Cook-OffsCrosslake citizens say unnecessary health regulations have hurt their annual chili cook-off, and a state lawmaker has the fix.
Rep. Chip Cravaack's Minnesota Wild StrataRecipe for Rep. Chip Cravaack's Minnesota Wild Strata, which was one of two winning dishes at the 2nd Annual Minnesota Hotdish Off
Sen. Al Franken's Mom's Mahnomin Madness HotdishRecipe for Sen. Al Franken's Mom's Mahnomin Madness Hotdish, which was one of two winning dishes at the 2nd Annual Minnesota Hotdish Off
Environmentalists Launch Wild Rice Hotdish ProtestThe Minnesota Environmental Partnership is sending a tongue-in-cheek message to legislators: Enjoy your wild rice hotdish now - before Minnesota's waters are too contaminated to produce the official state grain.