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Spring is here: The return of the farmers market

Yes, it’s really happening. Spring is now official with the season opening of the St. Paul and Minneapolis outdoor farmers markets. And, this year, I have thoroughly prepared: I acquired a tote bag, broke...

Your recipe of the week: Spicy Peanut Butter Chicken Skewers

Spicy Peanut Butter Chicken Skewers             yield: 4 servings Ingredients: 2lbs, chicken thighs, boneless and skinless, cut into 1” chunks 1/4c Peanut butter powder, (PB2) 2T sea salt, fine 1t turmeric 1t granulated Garlic 2t granulated Onion 2t...

Your recipe of the week: Meatballs

This simple, delicious and incredibly versatile recipe for meatballs will hit the spot every time. Make this anytime of year and serve it with your favorite pasta, veggies, potatoes, or do the right thing...

Springtime: Minnesota bares it all

Springtime is here. The weather warms and layers of clothing peel off like husks from corn. The world is growing all around us after a long winter's sleep, and there’s a sense of liberation...

Remedies for your spring allergies

Spring will get here eventually. (Though at this point I’m still relatively skeptical.) But with spring comes seasonal allergies. We have such a small window of lovely weather here in Minnesota that it’s a...

Recipe: Beer cheese soup with spiced popcorn, bacon, and more beer

Is there ever a bad time for beer cheese soup? Not when you can make it yourself. This simple recipe captures the addictingly-rich flavor, the oh-so-smooth texture (with a perfect crunch from the popcorn),...

Learning when to let go… of kimchi

A few weeks ago, I was searching my fridge to make breakfast. I was in the mood for something Korean. I took out eggs, mushrooms, leftover rice, and kimchi. But, when I grabbed my...

Looking for local produce? New Minnesota Grown directory has you covered

You're looking for a farmers market in your area - looking for some locally grown produce straight from the hardworking Minnesotans who grew it. Google can't always help you sort through the madness of...

Just the tip(s): A chef’s secret to perfect meat

I'm not one to use store bought seasoning mixes, and, until recently I hadn't used many dried herbs or spices. I always wanted that "fresh" and "from scratch" flavor. I did, that is, until...

Defining a city by its food: 17 truly St. Paul dishes

Much poetry has been written as an ode to the city; the place where we were born and/or raised, that has shaped us. Poetry, pictures, paintings and films. We look for these things and...
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