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    Now open: Tiger Sushi

    Tiger Sushi recently opened a second outpost in the new Murals on LynLake building (just north of the Greenway).If you haven't had a chance to check out its sleek surrounds (courtesy RT Design of Minneapolis) in person, click here.

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 7, 2009 @ 2:30 pm
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    Bugs in your food

    If you've been eating food and drinks dyed various shades of red, orange, pink, and purple, there's a chance you've ingested carmine or cochineal extract. Unlike, say, azodicarbonamide, they fit Michael Pollan's dictum to avoid food products ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 7, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    Obama the...food critic?

    Amazing but true, a video has recently surfaced of Obama participating in a Chicago public tv show called "Check, Please," offering his review of Dixie Kitchen & Bait Shop in Hyde Park. The video (second part on the next page) has the strangely charm...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 7, 2009 @ 5:00 am
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    Eagle Street Grill or CNN Grill?

    The co-owner of St. Paul's Eagle Street Grill discusses how CNN rented his restaurant during the Republican National Convention and converted it into the CNN Grill. The other day, a friend was talking about the Capital One Bowl and I real...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 6, 2009 @ 3:30 pm
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    Eat cheap: 3 courses for $3 at Old Spaghetti Factory

    If you miss the festivities on Tuesday, or if the lines are out the door (it's first come, first served), the restaurant will also be selling dinners at 40 percent off every Monday and Tuesday for the rest of January. The national chain is a long wa...

    @ The Hot Dish by Matt Smith on January 6, 2009 @ 2:52 pm
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    Kitchen couture: onion goggles

    I've always thought one's home kitchen was one of the last bastions safe from fashion, where it was perfectly acceptable to pad around in a pair of dog-chewed slippers, a threadbare t-shirt, and a baggy pair of sweats. No longer, says the New ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 6, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    5 Great Bottles: Think outside the bottle, best boxed wine

    The space bag isn't just for college kids anymore. Convenience, practicality, and longevity have more people reaching for wine in a box instead of a bottle. Jim Johnson, the manager at Lowry Hill Liquors, recommends five great, no-fuss boxed wines...

    @ The Hot Dish by Hannah Williams on January 6, 2009 @ 5:00 am
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    RIP Mix New American Diner

    This weekend, I was trying to recommend a dinner place between the Twin Cities and Mankato and discovered that Chaska's Mix New American Diner, which opened this past May, had already closed. Perhaps Mix's burgers, meatloaf, and banana cream...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 5, 2009 @ 3:00 pm
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    Homemade corndog slideshow. Ladies and gentlemen, step right up.

    Come hang out in DIY-on-the Fly's bitchin' kitchen as we take the mystery out of corndog preparation with our latest slideshow. See: step-by-step instructions! Hear: the sizzling of the oil! Smell: the corndog scented air! Taste: the crazy-goodne...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on January 5, 2009 @ 11:19 am
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    Union Square Cafe's maverick marketing

    Not from owner Danny Meyer or chef Michael Romano, but from my friend, Megan, who had dined there a few days before. She later told me that the restaurant had provided free postcards--and postage--at the end of the meal, which struck me as a smart, i...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 5, 2009 @ 6:00 am
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    King's Fine Korean: great for groups

    Try to make a reservation for, say 30, and most restaurateurs will laugh at you. But not the team at King's Fine Korean. If you live in Minneapolis or St. Paul, King's might not the first place that might come to mind, due to its outer-ring digs, b...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 2, 2009 @ 1:00 pm
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    Forecasting 2009's top culinary trends

    Every year the National Restaurant Association surveys more than 1,600 American Culinary Federation chefs nationwide and asks them to rank culinary items as a "hot trend," "yesterday's news" or "perennial favorite." What results is the "What's Hot in...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 2, 2009 @ 11:00 am
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    Death by bacon

    Find out how to make your own bacon cheese roll here.

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on January 2, 2009 @ 5:00 am
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    Drink of the week: The Ten Thyme Splash

    Ten Thyme Splash $10.00 Bank 88 South 6th Street, Minneapolis 612.656.3255 Located in the former Midland Bank building [now The Westin Hotel], the historic renovation of this restaurant was done with sensitivity to the art deco features and an inve...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on January 1, 2009 @ 10:24 am
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    Restaurant Recipe: Key's Famous Caramel Rolls

    Nothing says good morning like a giant, gooey caramel roll, especially if it's delicious as the famous ones from Key's Caf. Joe Schlarbaum, manager of Key's at the Foshay Tower, shared the recipe for the ultimate welcome-to-2009-breakfast. Key's Fa...

    @ The Hot Dish by Hannah Williams on January 1, 2009 @ 5:00 am
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    Pie-Eating Contest - Who makes a better pizza--Solos or Latuff's?

    This is a tale of two pizzerias, set in the northwestern suburb of Plymouth. One is the newly opened branch of Solos Pizza Cafe. The other, Latuff's Pizzeria, has been operating since 1971. Driving to Solos' well-signed location towering over Highwa...

    by James Norton on August 27, 2008
  • Dining with RNC delegates - "Mr. Speaker, the great state of Texas wants to know, where's a good place to eat around here?"

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    Dining with RNC delegates - "Mr. Speaker, the great state of Texas wants to know, where's a good place to eat around here?"

    Welcome politicos, pollsters, and protesters. For the next few days, downtown St. Paul is going to be a madhouse, as tens of thousands start showing up for the Republican National Convention. Frankly, I can't even wrap my head around how the city wi...

    by Rachel Hutton on August 27, 2008
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    Treat yourself to cheap lobster tonight at Meritage

    When I talked to Klein on the phone, he told me he'll be cooking the lobster sous vide in butter, which sounded fantastic. (What could be better than lobster dipped in butter? Lobster cooked sous vide in butter, that's what. Might the pressurized, sl...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on December 31, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    Flavor of the year: salted caramel

    Kim Severson of the Times dubs salty caramel the flavor of the year and explains how food trends take a relatively unknown ingredient and "move it through a cultural sluice box that ends at McDonald's." Severson writes that, "like grief, A...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on December 31, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    10 More of the Best Cheap Eats of 2008

    In this week's column, I laid out ten of the best choices for cheap eats with a high deliciousness quotient. Here are another ten honorable mentions that didn't make the newsprint edition: The Chicago Dog at Uncle Franky's -- Uncle Franky's may be...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on December 31, 2008 @ 8:33 am
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