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DeRusha Eats: Smack Shack

For many of us in the Midwest lobster is a fancy, special occasion food. But that has changed in the Twin Cities, thanks to one food truck that’s become one hot restaurant. This morning Jason DeRusha Eats in the busiest neighborhood for food, at one of the busiest restaurants: Smack Shack.

06/21/2014

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Health Watch: New Guidelines Encourage Pregnant Women To Eat More Fish

A recent survey of pregnant women found most are eating little or no fish. Now, the federal government is out with new recommendations to try to change that. The concern is bigger fish have higher mercury levels, which can harm a developing brain.

06/10/2014

Grilling Guide

Lunds And Byerly’s Tips For Grilling

Click here for tips on grilling steaks and seafood from Lunds and Byerly’s Grocery stores.

05/23/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Pittsburgh Blue

You might not expect Executive Chef Brad Berg to be searing scallops at Pittsburgh Blue. “I guess sometimes I’m surprised we do sell a lot of seafood here,” Berg said.

05/10/2014

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Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl’s Top 5 Shrimp Dishes

Where do you go to find a creative and delicious shrimp dish in the Twin Cities? Dara broke it down for you in ways from classic and exotic. You’ll be sure to find these abundant sea creatures prepared to your liking on Dara’s Top 5 Shrimp Dishes in the Twin Cities!

03/18/2014

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DeRusha Eats: Scallops At Union Fish Market

It’s a quirk of the Twin Cities dining scene that there are only a couple seafood restaurants. The new seafood restaurant Union Fish Market in downtown Minneapolis is hoping to fill the void. That’s how Jason DeRusha got a taste of the delicious scallops in this week’s DeRusha Eats.

11/30/2013

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Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl’s Top 5 Sustainable Seafood Restaurants

Seafood and what to eat has been controversial, with over-fishing seemingly emptying the world’s oceans. So where can you get the best, sustainable seafood in the Twin Cities? Dara has you covered and here’s her Top 5!

05/04/2013

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Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl’s Top 5 Sustainable Seafood Restaurants

Seafood and what to eat has been controversial, with over-fishing seemingly emptying the world’s oceans. So where can you get the best, sustainable seafood in the Twin Cities? Dara has you covered and here’s her Top 5!

05/04/2013

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Best Fish And Chips In The Twin Cities

Satisfying fish and chips can be hard to find in Minnesota, especially to those who have grown up loving the traditional European style. After scouring the city in search of the best fish and chips dish, here is an eclectic list of the best five to enjoy such a classic.

08/08/2012

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Guide To Barbecue In The St. Cloud Area

The St. Cloud area doesn’t have an abundance of places to eat barbecue, but those that are available give their patrons plenty to chew on and plenty of reason to come back.

08/01/2012

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Vikes’ Peterson ‘Fine Now’ After Seafood Reaction

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson has returned to the team’s training camp residence hall after an allergic reaction at lunch sent him to a local hospital.

07/30/2012

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Customers Line Up To Test Their Lobster Luck

Miller’s on Main may not be a major destination for a great lobster dinner. But combine delicious crustaceans and a popular game of chance, and you’ll see folks lining up.

04/20/2012

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Sea Salt Opening Early This Season

The popular Minnehaha Park eatery Sea Salt is opening its doors to customers ahead of schedule this spring, thanks to the unseasonably warm weather.

03/27/2012

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Review: Happy Hour At Kincaid’s

Kincaid’s offers a comfortable setting that one associates with a classic steakhouse: low lighting, dark wood accents, and comfortable booths.

01/04/2012

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Wander Minnesota: Spring Is Coming — No, Really

Sea Salt Eatery is within Minnehaha Park and just steps from Minnehaha Falls. It is open April-October, and it’s all about the fish.

03/30/2011

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