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    Inaugural indulgences

    To display their, uh, reverence for the president-elect, the Canadians have fashioned a novel take on a popular national favorite: the beaver tail. The "Obama tail," an elephant ear-like fried pastry with a chocolate and maple syrup "O" drizzled on t...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 19, 2009 @ 10:00 am
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    RIP Clicquot Club Cafe

    For three years, the Cliquot Club was one of the spots that helped the Seward feel more like a community, where neighbors gathered for hot cups of coffee, sandwiches, and soups, and now that it's closed, it seems the Birchwood Cafe will have to do do...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 19, 2009 @ 7:00 am
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    Tapes 'n Tapes frontman waxes gastronomic

    You can keep track of Tapes 'n Tapes' (or really just Grier's) culinary pursuits on the band's blog or its Facebook page. Grier says he's using the Facebook page in particular as a forum to find out where to eat while the band's on tour. Tapes 'n Ta...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 19, 2009 @ 6:00 am
  • Grand Cafe gives new life to neighborhood eatery - It's the kind of place everyone wants to have within walking distance

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    Grand Cafe gives new life to neighborhood eatery - It's the kind of place everyone wants to have within walking distance

    At the Grand Cafe in south Minneapolis, a reminder of the space's previous occupants sits squarely in the center of the room, its broad, white girth exerting its presence from behind the bar like a butcher commanding his meat counter. The vintage ov...

    by Rachel Hutton on July 16, 2008
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    Where every bloke knows your name - Merlin's Rest is everything you want in a British pub

    If libraries are where esoteric knowledge goes to quietly retire, Merlin's Rest is just the opposite: It's where obscure trivia grabs a black and tan and chats up the brunette at the end of the bar. Based on the banter from the bar's staffers and th...

    by James Norton on July 16, 2008
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    Drink of the week: Gonzo Manhattan

    Gonzo Manhattan $8.00 [$5.00 at happy hour] Hell's Kitchen 80 S. 9th St., Minneapolis 612.332.4700 As you descend the stairs into the basement of the new Hell's Kitchen, you feel part of a secret club. With the brick walls, swanky decor and c...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on January 16, 2009 @ 3:00 pm
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    Tabasco chocolate lava cake is a winner

    Before she became a firefighter, Tracy Moore cooked only out of a box. It was only after having Chinese takeout covertly delivered to her station on her first night cooking for her crew--and the associated sticker shock--that she started really cooki...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Chapman on January 16, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
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    New restaurant rundown for 2009

    The Pioneer Press did a nice job reporting the status of dozens of new restaurant projects scheduled to open this year. Here are some of the highlights: JANUARY Cheeky Monkey Deli, 525 Selby Ave., St. Paul Matt McArthur, formerly of Zander Cafe, pla...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 16, 2009 @ 2:00 pm
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    Jax live lobster Sundays are back

    Jax, the Nordeast institution, claims to be the first restaurant in the state to keep live lobsters in saltwater tanks. If you haven't tried one in the 75-plus years the place has been open, here's your chance. With lobster so cheap these days, J...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 16, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    Rocker teaches cooking in his apartment

    Maybe it is your wicked good stir-fry, enchilada or 5 bean soup that you are so proud of. Just toss a Mexican blanket over your futon and start your own rock-and-roll cooking school. [Yeah, I know not all musicians sleep on Mexican blanket covered fu...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on January 16, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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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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