Meals On Wheels Partners With Open Arms To Make Food FreshNow as part of a partnership with Open Arms, Meals on Wheels is making its own food.
Cooking With WCCO: Creamed Spinach SouffléThis Thanksgiving, Open Arms of Minnesota will deliver hundreds of meals to people with terminal illnesses. Not only do they deliver turkey, they also do creative side dishes prepared in their Minneapolis kitchens. Executive Chef Steven Howard demonstrates his spinach soufflé in the Cambria Kitchen, Cooking with WCCO.
Cooking With WCCO: Caramelized CauliflowerThis Thanksgiving, Open Arms of Minnesota will deliver hundreds of meals to people with terminal illnesses. Not only do they deliver turkey, they also do creative side dishes prepared in their Minneapolis kitchens.
Twin Cities Chefs, Restaurants Recognized In 5th Annual Charlie AwardsMembers of the local food and beverage community were honored at the fifth annual Charlie Awards Sunday.
Open Arms Planing To Make 10,000 Meals In Cook-A-ThonOpen Arms cooks and delivers free meals to people who have life-threatening illnesses and really need a good meal. Now, Open Arms has a huge project coming up.
Retired Rock Legend Wows St. Paul CrowdRock history went down Sunday night at St. Paul's Fitzgerald Theater and no one in the audience knew it was coming. Journey's Steve Perry performed in public for the first time in nearly two decades.
Mpls Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing $150K From CharityA 55-year-old Minneapolis man, a former food services director for Open Arms of Minnesota, pleaded guilty Friday to embezzling about $155,000.
Open Arms Serves Up 3 Millionth Free Meal To Those In NeedOpen Arms is a Minnesota nonprofit that cooks and delivers free meals to people living with HIV-AIDS, multiple sclerosis, breast cancer and 60 other diseases.
The Fonz Takes A Tumble From WCCO News DeskThe actor best known as Fonzie, the king of '50s biker cool, ended up taking a somewhat Jerry Lewis-like spill from WCCO's morning news set Friday.
Curiocity: North Coast Nosh III Welcomed With Open ArmsI think it says something when a local food event, featuring the best from local purveyors, sells out in just a few days.