DeRusha Eats: New State Fair Foods 2019 (Day 2)For many Minnesotans, the Great Minnesota Get-Together is all about the food. For WCCO-TV's resident foodie, Jason DeRusha, that's certainly the case.
DeRusha Eats: New State Fair Foods 2019Thursday is the first day of the Great Minnesota Get-Together, and Jason DeRusha is out trying the state fair's newest eats.
DeRusha Eats: For 35 Years, Grand Ole Creamery Is A Grand Avenue StalwartOn a hot summer night, there's no busier place in St. Paul, than a couple of benches on Grand Avenue. For 35 years, Grand Ole Creamery has been packing them in.
From Food Truck To 3 Restaurants: The Rise Of Hot Indian FoodsA set of three tacos. What looks like a burrito. It’s not what you’d expect from traditional Indian food.
Goin’ To The Lake: Lake Minnetonka Area (Day 2)Jason DeRusha and Matt Brickman are spending Thursday and Friday at the largest lake in the metro (and the ninth largest lake in the state).
Goin' To The Lake: Lake Minnetonka Area (Day 1)Jason DeRusha and Matt Brickman head to the western Twin Cities this week to visit Lake Minnetonka and all the surrounding communities.
DeRusha Eats: Caffe Biaggio's Surprising Connection To Tony BennettOn the surface, there’s nothing all that surprising to have painted portraits of an Italian mom and dad inside St. Paul’s Caffe Biaggio.
Phil's Tara Hideaway: Turning An Old Roadhouse Into A Stillwater StapleWhere Minnesota Highway 36 meets the St. Croix River, and Minnesota meets Wisconsin, an old log cabin restaurant has stood the test of time.
DeRusha Eats French Fry Oil ... Pretty MuchCargill creates oils for all the types of fries: from traditional thin-cut fries like you’d see at McDonald’s, to the waffle fries of Chik-Fil-A, and the curly fries of Arby’s and Hardees.
'Everything Is Real': The Secret To What Makes Eliesa Johnson's Photos So DeliciousWhether you're a peach or a person, consider yourself lucky to be on the other side of Eliesa Johnson's lens
Meet The Women Cutting The Beef At St. Paul Meat ShopSides of beef are hand-cut into perfect ribeyes and T-bones. But three of the butchers defy all stereotypes.