Midtown Global Market
For their 2015 season, the Great Minnesota Get-Together decided to go big or go home and released a whopping 51 new foods; 40 dishes and 11 desserts. It may seem like an unapproachable task to taste all new foods, and it probably isn’t wise for your wallet or your stomach. So, we’ve taken on the burden.
What are we losing out on when we dine alone? Good Question.
Have a fiesta this year on May 5th.
Ever heard of a burrito brawl? It’s a cook-off showdown to see who makes the best burrito at Midtown Global Market. A ticket will get you a burrito from Hot Indian Foods and El Burrito Mercado, plus two beers and a pint glass.
From hockey to baseball to bikes and records, there’s a whole lot going on this weekend, and WCCO Saturday Morning has got you covered!
The Twins return to Target Field for their home opener on Monday, April 13. Fans will want to bring their appetites to the game. The team introduced some impressive new foods to its already expansive menu. From adding iconic Twin Cities restaurants to new vegan options, there’s something everyone will enjoy.
Nourishing our minds, bodies and souls is so important to our overall well-being. That idea is how a new cooking class came about. WCCO’s Jamie Yuccas and Kim Johnson went to Kitchen in the Market at the Midtown Global Market to try the new “Psychic Supper.”
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.
Before Black Friday, get some green gifts at the Green Gifts Fair! From vintage jewelry, to local honey, to crafts like bird feeders, there are items from over 80 artists. Plus, there will be demos on how to reduce waste and your impact on the environment.
Hispanic Heritage Month gives us a way to enjoy savory food, appreciate art, celebrate with dance and song and honor those who are no longer with us.
When planning a fun family outing, sometimes the price tag of the chosen activity can take the ‘fun’ right out of it. Save some cash by checking out these five fun finds, each with a current cost of less than $5 per person.
Salsa lovers are competing in a contest Saturday at the Midtown Global Market as part of their Cinco de Mayo celebration. Manny Gonzalez says it all starts with some basic ingredients.
Check out these options the next time you are looking for something to entertain the kids on a rainy day.
As we get ready for the weekend, we want to help you get ready too. This week, you can giddy up at the World’s Toughest Rodeo, or daydream of warmer days at a boat show.
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.
Here are nine enormous opportunities for Minnesota moms or dads to meet one another.
Friday looms, and as you get ready for the weekend, we want to help you get ready, too. From hunting deer to cooking chili, here are some events worth adding to your social calendar that are perfect for the season.
Find flavors from local farms to international waters at these Minnesota food destinations.
You and your family can get in on the action this weekend at Midtown Global Market in Minneapolis, where they’re hosting the Mexican celebration Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. It’s a celebration over several days that honors those who have died before us.
She makes some of the best pastries in town, is on the receiving end of critics’ highest praise and has spent plenty of time rubbing elbows with culinary legends and celebrity chefs, alike.
Thomas Kim, also known as The Left-Handed Cook, said he always finds it amusing how often he fields the question, “You lived in Los Angeles and you moved to Minnesota? Why?” For Kim, it was simple — a great food scene, plus plenty of awesome music venues made the decision quite easy.
Thomas Kim began dabbling in the kitchen at a very young age, after his exasperated mother told her picky eater, if he didn’t like it, then he could be the cook. The spark was ignited early on — quite literally at times (young Kim managed to start three separate kitchen fires, but more about that in a bit).
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.
We’ve rounded up the best places in Minnesota to find essential oils and some friendly education, so check out this list.
Hundreds of people are gathered at the Midtown Global Market on Lake Street in Minneapolis to celebrate Kwanzaa.