Jamie Malone

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    November 24, 2014

    Terroir Food Symposium Plans 2015 Conference in Minneapolis

    Fact: the Twin Cities is one of the fastest growing restaurant communities in the country, with close to 100 new restaurants opening this year, many if not most of them independent. With national talent -- the kind that could settle anywhere -- making Minneapolis and St. Paul their home, there's a s ... More >>

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    November 4, 2014

    Month in Review: Open, Closed, Coming Soon November '14

    NOW OPEN Agra Culture Kitchen & Press in the MIA (City Pages Coverage) 2400 3rd Ave. S., Minneapolis Bistro LaRoux (from the owners of Cajun 2 Geaux food truck) Circle Pines, MN Bull Run Coffee (in former Anodyne Coffeehouse space, City Pages coverage) 4301 Nicollet, Minneapolis Buster's on 28th ... More >>

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    October 1, 2014

    Month in Review: Open, Closed, Coming Soon October '14

    NOW OPEN Agra Culture Kitchen & Press (City Pages First Look) 2939 Girard Ave. S., Minneapolis Bull Run Coffee (in former Anodyne Coffeehouse space) 4301 Nicollet, Minneapolis Buster's on 28th (re-open after re-model) 4204 28th Ave. S., Minneapolis Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi 251 1st Ave. N., ... More >>

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    September 4, 2014

    Brut pop-up offers a look at one of the most anticipated Twin Cities restaurants

    Last week, Epicurious named Gavin Kaysen's Merchant one of the most anticipated fall restaurant openings in the country. Small wonder, as the return of this Minnesota native and former executive chef at the Michelin-starred Cafe Boulud in New York represents a pretty big win for the Minneapolis food ... More >>

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    August 29, 2014

    Month in Review: Open, closed, coming soon September '14

    NOW OPEN Agra Culture Kitchen & Press (City Pages First Look) 2939 Girard Ave. S., Minneapolis Aki's Bread Haus Bakery (City Pages First Look) 2506 Central Ave. NE, Minneapolis Buster's on 28th (re-open after re-model) 4204 28th Ave. S., Minneapolis Cafe Zentral Soo Line Building, Marquette & 5 ... More >>

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    August 13, 2014

    What to expect at the upcoming Chipotle Cultivate Festival

    If you're not ready to say goodbye to Twin Cities food and music festivals just yet, say hello to this year's Chipotle Cultivate Festival, coming up on August 23 at Loring Park. The event will be host to six celebrity chefs, including Minnesota's own Jamie Malone and Andrew Zimmern, among others, a ... More >>

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    July 31, 2014

    Month in Review: Open, closed, coming soon August '14

    NOW OPEN Agra Culture Kitchen & Press (City Pages First Look) 2939 Girard Ave. S., Minneapolis Aki's Bread Haus Bakery (City Pages First Look) 2506 Central Ave. NE, Minneapolis Cafe Zentral Soo Line Building, Marquette & 5th, Minneapolis Dong Hae Korean Grill & Sushi 251 1st Ave. N., Minneapoli ... More >>

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    July 30, 2014

    Jamie Malone is out at Sea Change with a new venture on the way

    Yesterday afternoon was abuzz with news that Jamie Malone will be leaving Sea Change by the end of the week. Taking her place is longtime sous chef Ryan Cook, who has been working under Malone's leadership for the past four years. See also: Signature Dish: Jamie Malone of Sea Change

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    July 18, 2014

    Enjoy free tacos made by chef Jamie Malone at Sea Cuisine's Taco Bar Tour

    Let's just call this the summer of free tacos. Boston-native seafood brand Sea Cuisine and celebrity chef Jamie Malone of Minneapolis's very own Sea Change are partnering up to bring the Twin Cities a fish taco to be reckoned with on the 2014 Taco Bar Tour. Until the end of September, Sea Cuisine ... More >>

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    May 9, 2014

    Jamie Malone of Sea Change on her Esquire piece, kitchen fires, and days off

    Don't bother asking chef Jamie Malone of Sea Change what it's like to be a girl in the kitchen. She won't answer. Instead, refer to the piece she recently published on Esquire's new food blog, "The Spill," in which she addresses issues of gender inequality in the kitchen. "I work as hard as I can an ... More >>

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    April 4, 2014

    Chipotle to bring food and music festival to Minneapolis this summer

    Heads up, residents of Loring Park: This summer the international burrito chain Chipotle will bring its Cultivate "food, ideas, and music" festival to Minneapolis, and more specifically, to your 'hood. The event, which is slated for August 23, is designed to be a celebration of sustainability i ... More >>

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    February 19, 2014

    James Beard Award semifinalists announced; Twin Cities chefs and restaurants make the list

    They call them the Oscars of the food world, a chance to recognize the finest in the culinary industry. The 2014 James Beard Award semifinalists were announced this morning, and several local chefs and restaurants were recognized.See also:Best new restaurants in the Twin Cities 2013Best Service 2013 ... More >>

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    February 17, 2014

    Kickstarter to bring Ghanaian food to the Twin Cities

    We in the Twin Cities pride ourselves on the diversity of our food scene. Chefs like Jack Riebel, Jamie Malone, Isaac Becker, and Tim McKee have all helped to put us on the map, fine-dining wise. But we can also tout things like camel burgers and yak momo, plus the fact that there are few places out ... More >>

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    January 31, 2014

    Plate or Pass: Live sea urchin

    Why is it that some of the least sexy foods are considered the most divine? Sea urchins, for example, are essentially spiky sea floor garbage-eaters with anuses on the tops of their bodies, that sell for upwards of $14 per pound. Sound appetizing? Last Friday, Hot Dish headed to Coastal Seafoods to ... More >>

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    January 16, 2014

    Erik Anderson returns to the Twin Cities, plots pop-ups

    He's appeared on the cover of Food & Wine magazine, been featured on PBS's The Mind of a Chef, and has dazzled the food world with his creations at Nashville's Catbird Seat. He left the acclaimed restaurant at the end of the year, and now Erik Anderson is once again calling Minneapolis home.&nbs ... More >>

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    January 13, 2014

    Sea Change plans Feast of Seven Fishes and rolls out Omakase menu

    On January 17, Minneapolis seafood hot spot, Sea Change, will be hosting its third annual Feast of Seven Fishes dinner. For $80 guests will be treated to a five-course family style meal that focuses on an elaborate array of ocean delicacies and comes complete with drink pairings.  The Feast of ... More >>

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    September 11, 2013

    Sea Change featuring new Nordic cuisine menu

    Chef Jamie Malone has had quite a year.Since she was named one of Food & Wine Magazine's best chefs of 2013, there's been a ton of renewed interest in Malone's restaurant, Sea Change, and in sustainable seafood in general. Malone recently became a member of the chef's culinary board for the Norw ... More >>

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    July 9, 2013

    Farm in the City celebrates farm to fork cuisine for the third year

    It's that time of year again, friends. Farm in the City tickets are now on sale, and we recommend getting yours now while the getting's still good. Farm in the City is an annual event -- now in its third year -- that celebrates our unending love of local food culture while raising money for the Yout ... More >>

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    June 25, 2013

    Brooklyn Brewery MASH: East Coast meets Midwest in the Twin Cities

    Good food, good beer, and good people: That's what Brooklyn Brewery's Mash is all about. Sometimes it's hard to explain the way in which food draws communities together. Whether it's for sustenance or entertainment, food is -- more often than not -- the tie that binds. When you factor beer into the ... More >>

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    June 25, 2013

    Minnesota chefs read their terrible Yelp reviews [VIDEO]

    Ah, Yelp, the go-to magnet for wannabe reviewers and genuine foodies alike to vent and gush about their favorite eateries. National website Eater wrangled up a few chefs at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colorado, to read some of their worst Yelp reviews. Among the talented chefs getting chopped ... More >>

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    June 19, 2013
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    June 11, 2013

    Brooklyn Brewery MASH: Where the Twin Cities and Brooklyn Collide

    One of New York's premier craft breweries is paying the Twin Cities a little visit in a BIG way. The week of June 17-23, the crafty folks behind Brooklyn Brewery are picking up their neighborhood and dropping it off in the Twin Cities for a week of premier beer and tomfoodery in the form of a celebr ... More >>

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    June 11, 2013

    Madden's Resort Hosts Annual Food & Wine Experience

    As the summer is finally starting to get underway, Madden's Resort in Gull Lake is getting ready for their annual Food & Wine Experience, and this year it's going to be a doozy. The resort will play host to not only a local roster of culinary heroes, but they'll also be bringing in a variety of ... More >>

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    April 5, 2013

    Best of Hot Dish: April 1-5, 2013

    Here's the buzz on the latest Twin Cities food and drink news from this week's Hot Dish.~We visited Twin Cities bars that have an exceptional focus on single spirits. Read the story and take our photo tour of Barrio, the mecca for tequila lovers.~Thoughts of sipping umbrella-garnished drinks under t ... More >>

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    April 2, 2013

    Food & Wine names Jamie Malone of Sea Change one of its Best New Chefs

    Each year Food & Wine Magazine anoints a collection of chefs across the nation as the best, new up-and-comers. Historically it's been a career springboard for many leaders in the culinary world. Locally, past winners have included Stewart Woodman of Heidi's and Erik Anderson, late of S ... More >>

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    March 27, 2013

    La Belle Vie throws fabulous birthday fête

    La Belle Vie, widely recognized as the pinnacle of Minnesota fine-dining threw itself a birthday party to celebrate its 15 years, inviting the well-to-do to mix with the well-known chefs both present and past who have contributed to the success of this storied restaurant.  The Hot Dish was luck ... More >>

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    March 11, 2013

    Food & Wine opens voting for the People's Best New Chef

    Today Food and Wine magazine put out the call for the people to choose their best new chef. In the Midwest region there is a strong Minneapolis showing, with several familiar names.

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    February 28, 2013

    La Belle Vie turns 15: An interview with Tim McKee

    The most lauded restaurant in Minnesota is turning 15 years old this year. In honor of the event, La Belle Vie's James Beard Award-winning chef Tim McKee is hosting a party on Sunday, March 24. A collection of chefs who have passed through the kitchen in both its current and the original Stillwater ... More >>

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    February 19, 2013

    James Beard Award semi-finalists announced

    Today the James Beard Award semi-finalists were announced. The food world's annual answer to the Oscars recognizes the best in the business. Winners carry the proud title throughout their career. Past local honorees include the likes of Isaac Becker, Alex Roberts, and Tim McKee. This year's list inc ... More >>

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    February 8, 2013

    Best of Hot Dish: February 4-8, 2013

    It's been yet another amazing week of Twin Cities' food and drink news. Here's a little recap of some of the most happening moments from Hot Dish. ~Everyone is bursting with excitement about Burch, the new steakhouse/pizza bar from Chef Isaac Becker of Bar La Grassa fame. Check out the details ... More >>

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    October 12, 2012

    Fish Bites: MN Zoo and top chefs raise awareness for sustainable fish

    Last night the Minnesota Zoo hosted its second annual Fish Bites; an event focused on raising awareness around the issue of sustainable seafood. Over 150 people showed up to the event, which featured nine of the Twin Cities' top chefs. Each chef prepared a dish using sustainable seafood, allowing gu ... More >>

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    August 9, 2012

    Minnesota Zoo Farmers Market features Fish Smart chefs

    One of the newest farmers markets to pop up in the Cities is the one found in the Apple Valley parking lot outside the Minnesota Zoo. We stopped by to have a peek and a taste of the goodies available. We found the usual, beautiful Minnesota bounty, but then we spotted something unexpected.

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    February 28, 2012

    Fish Smart sponsors seafood "throwdown" at Kitchen in the Market

    ​The competition was fierce and the seafood sustainable at Monday night's Seafood Throwdown, which pitted the top two seafood chefs in town for a battle royale of the bivalves. Chef Robert Wohfeil of Oceanaire and chef Jamie Malone of Sea Change went head to head with a basket full of secret ingre ... More >>

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    February 15, 2012

    Kitchen in the Market to host 'Seafood Throwdown' competition

    ​Two of the top seafood chefs in the city will be going head to head in a culinary battle to the finish. Both chefs are relatively new to their head toque positions. Jamie Malone is still only into her first (official) year as chef de cuisine at Tim McKee's Sea Change in the Guthrie Theater.  ... More >>

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    January 17, 2012

    Sea Change's Raw Bar boasts $12-and-under beauties

    To kick off 2012, we're highlighting 12 of the best dishes under $12 in the Twin Cities. Scroll down to view the complete list. When Tim McKee opened Sea Change in 2009, it came with a pledge of sustainability: to use seafood secured in a manner that wouldn't damage the environment. We Minnesotan ... More >>

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    October 14, 2011

    Jamie Malone of Sea Change: Chef Chat, Part 3

    ​We've spent this week talking with Sea Change's new chef de cuisine Jamie Malone.  (To catch up read part one here and part two here).  After growing up in St. Paul, she traveled the world before attending Le Cordon Bleu.  After culinary school, she landed in the kitchen with Stev ... More >>

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    October 14, 2011

    The Best of Hot Dish: October 10-14, 2011

    Be sure to jump in a pile of these.The crisp autumn air and bare tree branches bring both melancholy and a cozy nesting vibe to life. It's a perfect weekend for reflecting. In case you aren't sure what to reflect upon, here are some of the top stories this week from Hot Dish. Jamie Malone of Sea Ch ... More >>

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    October 13, 2011

    Jamie Malone of Sea Change: Chef Chat, Part 2

    ​Chef Jamie Malone has been working at Sea Change off and on for years but recently was promoted to head of the kitchen as the chef de cuisine.  Yesterday we spent some time chatting with the chef about her early career and world travel (catch up here.)  Today we talk to her about farme ... More >>

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    October 12, 2011

    Jamie Malone of Sea Change: Chef Chat, Part 1

    Joy SummersChef Jamie Malone takes the lead at Sea Change​It was recently announced that the chef de cuisine title at Sea Change, the sustainable seafood restaurant at the Guthrie, would be handed over to an insider, Jamie Malone. After flying in chefs from around the country to try out, Sea Chang ... More >>

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    October 12, 2011

    Jamie Malone of Sea Change, Chef Chat Part 2

    ​Chef Jamie Malone has working at Sea Change off and on for years, but recently was promoted to head of the kitchen as the Chef de Cuisine.  Yesterday we spent some time chatting with the chef about her early career and world travel (catch up here.)  Today we talk to about farmers market ... More >>

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    October 5, 2011

    Fish Bites event hooks top chefs for seafood dinner at MN Zoo

    ​By the low, blue light reflected from the Discovery Bay exhibit, Fish Smart, the Minnesota Zoo's sustainable seafood effort, will host its first major event: Fish Bites. Hosted by Sue Zelickson on Thursday, October 13, local celebrity chefs like Stewart Woodman of Heidi's, Russell Klein of Merita ... More >>