Kitchen In The Market
There are some days when you go: What am I going to eat for lunch? Many days, probably. Bacon is always an enticing option, but a regular BLT can get soggy, and that’s a disappointment.
Food should be fun! Not just fun to eat, but fun to make. That’s why all week we’re giving you ideas to make-over your lunch box. Molly Herrmann is co-owner of Kitchen in the Market at Midtown Global Market in Minneapolis. She found that her son AJ would try new foods as long as he got to help make them.
What do you pack for lunch? I’m sure most people say peanut butter and jelly, but not one local mother. Molly Herrmann posts pictures of her amazing looking lunches to Instagram, so we wanted to know how we could makeover our lunch box to look more like hers.
This week in DeRusha Eats, Jason cooks at Chefs Night off at Kitchen in the Market. Every month in Minneapolis, a cooking school gives you the tips to help you cook like a pro.
The food trucks are back on the streets of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Even though they usually open their windows at 11 a.m., the work starts early in the morning. You have to get up early to begin the day with with Christina Nguyen and Birk Grudem from Hola Arepa, and Natalie Coleman and her team from Dandelion Kitchen.
If you’re a foodie, or just someone who loves to eat, there’s a spot in Minneapolis you’ll want to check out.
Today’s birthday party options are no longer limited to cake in the backyard and pin the tail on the donkey. In fact, here in the Twin Cities there seems to be a party theme for just about any passion or interest the birthday boy or girl may have. Whether your child is a sports enthusiast, artist, future chef or is still fond of dolls and trains, you’re sure to find a way to celebrate another candle on the cake. Here are some of the best in no particular order.