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    Chef Eats: Grand Cafe's Jon Radle

    11:45 a.m.: fig and chestnut sausage (from Clancy's Meats & Fish) on grilled bread 4:15 p.m.: bread with salami, Serrano ham, bibb lettuce and aioli 11:45 p.m.: half of a large Dulono's pizza with sausage, mushrooms and garlic Drinks: 4 beers two ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 16, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    Saucy pork lover invents McRib locator

    Alan Klein is a Minneapolis-area man with a hankering that can only be fulfilled with prefabricated, boneless-yet-oddly-ribbed-shaped sandwiches. Alan Klein is a McRib enthusiast. And to help his fellow chasers of the scarce, limited edition sandw...

    @ The Hot Dish by Kevin Hoffman on January 16, 2009 @ 6:30 am
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    Starbucks "Teatime:" oh so very meh.

    I chose one of the tea lattes (there are three), the "Vanilla Rooibos," made with an African red tea. And well, it was ... nothing special. Like heavy foam tinged with artificial sweetener. A deep, earthy aftertaste. Last I checked, it was -21 out,...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 16, 2009 @ 6:00 am
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    Strip Club celebrates one year

    Stop by for a cocktail - the bar's signature drinks, like the Joker or the Jamo Toe, are popular. If you're lucky, maybe you'll get a new one named after you. Staff have a reputation of conjuring custom drinks on the spot. Or order several small pl...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 15, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
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    Food or front: You wanna side of crack with that?

    There's a little game I like to play, similar to jam band fan or Taliban, where you try to decide if a certain restaurant's motivation is to actually feed customers, or something else...If you long suspected something shady was going on at the Chicke...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 15, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
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    Restaurant Recipes: Saffron's Harissa Bloody Mary

    What sounds better than a Mediterranean vacation this frigid Minnesota mid-January? Okay, nothing, but chances are you're stranded in the land of ice and snow and sub-zero temperatures like the rest of us. Ward off the cold with Saffron's Ha...

    @ The Hot Dish by Hannah Williams on January 15, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    Winter weight loss tips from a winner

    Is your New Year's resolution to lose some weight? If you want some motivation, check out Jan Haapala of St. Paul who was one of the five winners of the 2008 Weight Watchers Inspiring Stories of the Year contest. The 28-year-old attorney lost 122.8 l...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on January 15, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Twin Cities ranked among least caffeinated

    Though we apparently guzzle the second greatest amount of soda, we were rated #1 in the "least tea consumption" category, and we didn't even show up in the coffee categories. Now this just brings out our competitive spirit here at Hot Dish. So we'd ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 15, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    Foodie at Fifteen

    I stumbled across the blog of a teegange foodie who writes about everything from duck confit sous vide to the kitchen gadgets he got for Christmas. The most shocking entry detailed how the kid blew nearly $300 of his summer job money on a meal at Tho...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 15, 2009 @ 7:00 am
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    Schwan's lays off 52: Are we at risk of losing an icon?

    I'm probably moreso just pre-nostagic about the possibility of losing the bragging rights I get by still, to this day, being able to gorge on stuffed mini pretzels (Schwan's is big on the mini), Raspberry Rumble ice cream and frozen cinnamon rolls wh...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 15, 2009 @ 6:00 am
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    The Wedge makes Saveur's top 100

    Rolling in at #82: our very own Wedge Co-op. The magazine calls the Uptown grocery "extraordinary" for its commitment to community, its member ownership and its longevity. While I personally find the whole list a bit lofty head-in-the-clouds (five e...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 14, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
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    Food Porn: For those with lustful appetites

    Yeah, I know that headline was a cheap attention getter. But if you have a love of food that borderlines on scandalous, check out this website. The joke at my house is that we are total food pervs. We lecherously look at pieces of dewy chee...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on January 14, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
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    Trader Joe's sues knockoff Trader John's

    In perhaps one of the most brazen rip-offs in New York's history, a former Gristede's grocery store in Manhattan has reopened as "Trader John's," just blocks from the city's wildly popular Trader Joe's. Gawker reports that Joe's is suing for i...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 14, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    Moto-i sake class this Saturday

    I was at Moto-i last week, and I have to say, there are so many things to love about it: the speakeasy-like digs, the Asian soap operas, the chili-lime roasted peanuts and the Japanese chicken nuggets... But Moto-i's biggest distinction is...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 14, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Valentine's Day one month out: tick tock!

    - Downtown St. Paul's French hotspot Meritage says they've already started taking reservations for the romantic day. You can conveniently snag a table via their website. By request, the restaurant will have champagne available upon your arrival. Ooh ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 14, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    20.21's new $20.21 tasting menu

    If you haven't been to 20.21 since chef Asher Miller took over for Scott Irestone, this is a great chance to sample from the Asian-fusion spread for the price of two cocktails (we'd recommend you try a few of those, too...). Feature items will in...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 14, 2009 @ 7:00 am
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    Salmonella culprit dinged by Minn. agencies

    But in precious Minnesota fashion, everyone's passing the phone when it comes to accepting credit for the honorable work. "It's really a collaborative effort," says Minnesota Department of Health spokesman Doug Schultz. "Without some of the leads, f...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 14, 2009 @ 6:00 am
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    Make it a date: Armatage Room

    So southwest Minneapolis isn't exactly a nightlife hotbed...but there's plenty of beauty to be appreciated, indoors and out, before you hit the cozy Armatage Room (pictured). 1. Ice Skate Put on an extra pair of wool socks and lace up the ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 13, 2009 @ 3:00 pm
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    Joel Stein gives a shout out to our chocolate-covered bacon

    Time magazine's Joel Stein traces the bacon-dessert trend from Fat Duck chef Heston Blumenthal's 2006 bacon-and-egg ice cream to last year's bacon-covered chocolate at the Minnesota State Fair.Wisconsin's famous Nueske's bacon gets a plug in th...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 13, 2009 @ 3:00 pm
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    Savor the Season: Barbette's chef loves root veggies

    "We're using a lot of root vegetables: turnips, beets, things that can stand up to the cold," Master says. Her husband is Indian, so she said they often end up making curries out of the winter roots. She suggests long braising meat, a lamb shoulder...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 13, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
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