All month we are highlighting innovations and creativity in the busiest restaurants in Minnesota: our schools. When you think of farm-to-table food, you think of fresh produce or local meats. How about pasta? They make it fresh every day inside Waconia High School. DeRusha Eats at Cafe 110. (3:40) WCCO Mid-Morning – Feb. 13, 2020

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