When people think of oatmeal, they might typically imagine a bland, brown bowl of mush. But this hearty mixture doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
Food & Drink
Pick up some of Urban Forage’s cider at Elevated.
The Wolfson family cooks up American standards and Moroccan stew.
Resident Kevin Maijala brings food historian Michael Twitty to Fort Snelling.
Search “Quad City–style pizza” on Wikipedia, and 28 results will come up. There were 27—and not a single one near Minnesota—until one day in June, that changed. Mahtomedi made the list and Quad Cities native and QC (“Quad Cities”) Pizza owner Dennis Schneekloth rejoiced.
Greg Knothe hasn’t always been a French-trained chef, but he’s always enjoyed making good food. In 2004, after working as a machinist for many years, Knothe left the world of manufacturing to pursue
Carol Jackson, manager of the Ramsey County Library in Shoreview, offers a suggestion for a good read for adults.
For only a few short months in the land of 10,000 lakes, fall ushers in prime weather for pumpkin and apple picking, strolling through parks and festivals involving beer, harvests and mazes.
Fall isn’t simply a change in the weather. It brings a transformation in decor, activities and flavors.
Step in to Black Sea restaurant any day at lunch or dinner time, and you’ll see tables packed with happy diners. The first Turkish restaurant to open in Minnesota, and until recently, the only one, Black Se