Celebrate the taste of summer with a cheeseburger, a scoop of ice cream or an intimate evening with a craft cocktail overlooking the lake.
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The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.
As we head into deck and boat season, here are a few favorite fromage pairings from a local expert.
From Grandma's Bakery during Manitou Days to the Minnesota State Fair, here is a slice of this summer's pie-centric events.
We all have certain experiences that tell us that summer is really here. It could be the season’s first trip to the cabin, the first trip out on the boat, or for some of us, the season’s first outdoors farmers market.
Sherman co-owns the catering company Sioux Chef and won a the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for "The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen," which he wrote with Beth Dooley.
The James Beard Awards are among the most prestigious prizes for chefs and restaurants in the United States.
The Willernie restaurant is a one-woman show run by Valerie Thao.
Ever wonder what chefs at your favorite restaurants cook at home for the holidays?
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.
“QC was always an idea in my mind … something scribbled on a napkin,” he says. “Then things just fell into place.” He can’t talk about his brand without gushing a bit about other beloved QC flavors. For Schneekloth all worthwhile culinary roads lead home.