Victual in Crosby, Minnesota will offer lactose-free ice cream when it opens this summer.
Megan Devine of Ely shares her love for maple syrup season, when the freezing temperatures fluctuate in March and the sap "runs" through the trees.
Now that fishing season is underway, check out these great recipes from our Spring issue, brought to you by the Minnesota Historical Society Press! Northern Pike Nuggets, Trout Tartine, Grilled Walleye Tacos With Mango Salsa & Green Onion And Dill Northern Burgers!
As the sun rises over the towering red pines of Chippewa National Forest, bugs and bees buzz - scouring the nearly 700,000 acres of protected land for fruits and flowers to feast upon. Wild strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and cranberries all thrive here. This morning though, they aren't alone, as I too forage for an organism that's been used by humans to make beer for over 9,000 years - yeast.
Lake country is bursting with a myriad of wild edibles...nature's first fruits await the most savvy of foragers.
Highly Anticipated New Lincoln Park Taproom Grand Opening Thursday, April 12th!
On the front page of the Nov. 24, 1983 edition of the Pilot Independent newspaper, in bold, Arial, #96 font, and in true, journalistic alliteration, were the words, "The Bar Was Badly Burned" and under the headline were photographs of the gallant and heroic firemen, who did their very best to save the very popular "Goalpost Eating & Drinking Emporium."
Many of the roads leading out of Huehuetenango, Guatemala are dubious. Impossibly narrow, cluttered with potholes, steep and ever-winding, these roads are not for the faint of heart. But the traveler would be remiss to avoid an excursion down any one of these mountain passes.
In my family, Christmas dinner is a collaborative effort.... A long awaited meal. A pleasantly drawn-out dinner. Ahhh... my family's tradition of fondue. It's a chance for us to sit around a table together, enjoy each other's company, and appreciate the process of cooking our own food... bit by bite-size bit.
What exactly goes into that cup of coffee in your hand? Read about the amazing narrative that lead to Fika Coffee out of Lutsen, Minnesota.
With Minnesota Bound and FireLake's chef, Jim Kyndberg: "One thing I personally do believe in relation to Minnesotan cuisine is that it has to be real. I don't feel as a whole we like a lot of smoke and mirrors when it comes to our food. Be honest and cook from your heart and people seem to appreciate what you have to offer."