How to eat like a Scandinavian
If you're an annual State Fair habitue, it's easy to get bored with the more than 450 foods from 300 concessionaires. So every year the State Fair tries to shake things up by introducing a few new things-on-a-stick and other edibles. Last year's offerings included the universally beloved sweet corn ... More >>
Another food truck has hit the streets this year--the sunset-colored Harvest Grill. The truck is an offshoot of the Harvest Grill restaurant at Bunker Hills golf course in Coon Rapids. We stopped by for a first taste of this proudly Minnesotan truck.
The neighborhood must have been watching closely: It seems the moment the doors opened to the new Rye Delicatessen, the crowds moved in. On the morning we visited, the poor girl working behind the counter had a glazed-over, slightly panicked look in her eyes. It seems the night before, the counte ... More >>
Were Moss's criticisms legit? We ate at Tinucci's to find out.Even though Randy Moss doesn't make his living as a food critic, he might be the harshest one in town. "I wouldn't feed this [expletive] to my [expletive] dog," he famously said of the food that Tinucci's restaurant provided after ... More >>
The bike that rode the RoundsAfter tackling the many byway districts--Victory Memorial & Theo Wirth, Northeast, Downtown Riverfront, Mississippi & Minnehaha--our series on the best biking food stops comes to the final leg. There's still plenty of time to pedal the path and enjoy tasty nea ... More >>
Illustration by Hugh Bennewitz MinnPost's David Brauer monitors the movements of the media by day (he occasionally puts the heat on CityPages), but spends his off hours working for the Kingfield Farmer's Market as treasurer and one-man promotions machine (check out his Twitter feed for regula ... More >>
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