Twin Cities Recognized Among James Beard Award SemifinalistsSeveral Twin City institutions, restaurateurs and chefs were named among the semifinalists for the 2015 James Beard Awards Wednesday. The semifinalists were chosen by the Restaurant and Chef Awards committee from a group of over 35,000 submissions nationwide .
DeRusha Eats: The Bachelor Farmer If the first thing you think of when you hear "Swedish chef" is the Muppets character, then maybe you need to start thinking of Paul Berglund. He has a picture of his felt counterpart in the kitchen of the Bachelor Farmer, the red-hot North Loop Minneapolis restaurant. "A liver pate is one of my favorite things," Berglund said.
MN Restaurants, Chefs Get James Beard NomsThe "Academy Awards of the food world" announced its prestigious list of finalists on Tuesday, giving several nods to Minnesota chefs and restaurants. The final list of James Beard Award nominations cut the <a href="http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2014/02/19/mn-chefs-restaurants-get-james-beard-semifinalist-nods/">long list of semifinalists</a> down to the top five in each category.
MN Chefs, Restaurants Get James Beard Semifinalist NodsThere's no denying the culinary prowess coming out of Twin Cities kitchens today. Several Minnesota chefs and restaurants are consistently recognized on a national scale -- and by the prestigious James Beard Award Foundation.
Best Chefs Heating Up The Culinary Scene In MinnesotaA Pizza Queen, Mr. Hot Dog, a Cupcake Warrior, a Chef of the Good, the Great and the Bizarre and a Nordic Chef Extraordinaire all walk into a bar. And what do you have? Well, you have a bar full of the cream of the crop in the Minnesota culinary scene, of course.
DeBlog: What The President Ate At The Bachelor FarmerWhat a meal. As you may know, I have a side-life as a food writer. I do “DeRusha Eats” segments for our Saturday morning news on WCCO, and I write for Minnesota Monthly magazine.