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    Pick This: Strawberries

    With stained hands and seedy teeth, I brought my gallon pail of berries home, and debated what to do with them. First, I washed all the berries, sorted out those that were bruised or overripe, hulled them and cut off the blemishes (those scraps went ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on July 6, 2008 @ 10:57 pm
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    Freeze-Dried Hutton

    It's been years since City Pages food writer Rachel Hutton last indulged in freeze-dried camp food. She was camping with a friend who was dating a guy in the military so they packed what the military calls Meals Ready to Eat (or MREs). Each meal ha...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jeff Severns Guntzel on July 6, 2008 @ 9:31 pm
  • The Smallest Chocolate Factory in the World - Colin Gasko has started a business that some would call insane--making chocolate from raw, unprocessed beans

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    The Smallest Chocolate Factory in the World - Colin Gasko has started a business that some would call insane--making chocolate from raw, unprocessed beans

    ROGUE CHOCOLATIER 2010 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis www.roguechocolatier.com You know who manufactures chocolate from raw, unprocessed cocoa beans? No one. Well, no one except massive international heavyweight chocolate companies such as M&M M...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on December 19, 2007
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    Free Beer Friday: MGD Light and Samuel Adams

    After surviving the trauma that was last week's Thunderbird tasting (the bottle is still in my office, half full), we decided to take a break from the candy-colored flasks that are found in what I like to refer to as "the aisle of shame" section of...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Armbruster on July 4, 2008 @ 5:06 pm
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    Drink of the Week: Slap Yo' Mama

    Stella's Fish Caf 1400 W Lake St. Minneapolis; 612.824.TUNA $9 Do you remember going to neighborhood block parties or sporting events as a kid and being forbidden from the "adult lemonade" cooler? What was the big deal? Why was it adults-only? N...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Armbruster on July 4, 2008 @ 5:36 am
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    "Taste" festival gets new flavor

    Is it just me, or has the Taste of Minnesota's name a little misleading? The annual Harriet Island festival, which starts today, seems to be more about music than food--and the food they do serve, mostly corn dogs, funnel cakes, and other generic...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on July 3, 2008 @ 1:51 pm
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    The Hot Dish Preview: 7/4/08

    In tomorrow's edition of The Hot Dish, updates on St. Paul restaurants Krua Thailand and George's on Plato, the skinny on the Basilica Block Party's happy hour promotion and a rundown of the gastronomic offerings available at The Taste of Minnesota. ...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on July 3, 2008 @ 2:47 am
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    Sweet Spot: Salty Tart's take-and-bake cookies

    Michelle Gayer, formerly the pastry chef at the Franklin Street Bakery, and, before that, Charlie Trotter's in Chicago, recently opened her own shop, The Salty Tart, in the Midtown Global Market. Among the olive-and-tomato-topped focaccia bread, r...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on July 2, 2008 @ 10:51 am
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    10 Killer Patios

    10 great patios, no particular order 10. Jax There's a reason this old school Nordeast supper club has been going for 75 years strong: The leafy patio with its kitchy trout pond. They give you a net, and you literally scoop out your supper. Then the...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on July 1, 2008 @ 12:56 pm
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    Tavern Surfing: The Lion's Tap

    The first in what may become an ongoing series of bar eats reviews. The Lion's Tap is located about 15 miles west of Minneapolis, which, in our gas-conscious times, makes it a dubious choice for supper and a beer. But at the advice of (and accompani...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on July 1, 2008 @ 1:31 am
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    Pick This: Radishes

    Years later, I gave radishes a second chance. Young ones, planted in the spring, that grew quickly and were harvested early, tasted crisp and juicy, with just a bit of heat. In The Splendid Table's How to Eat Supper, I found what I think is the best ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on June 30, 2008 @ 10:13 am
  • The Beauty of Bundt - They're easy. They're delicious. They're Minnesotan. It's time to show your Bundt-cake pride.

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    The Beauty of Bundt - They're easy. They're delicious. They're Minnesotan. It's time to show your Bundt-cake pride.

    BUNDT CAKE BLISS by Susanna Short $16.95, Minnesota Historical Society Press NORDIC WARE FACTORY OUTLET 5005 Highway 7, St. Louis Park 952.924.9672 So, I'm flipping through the latest Williams-Sonoma catalog and I come across a funny, oblo...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on December 12, 2007
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    I Can't Believe It's Not Paint Thinner Vol. 3

    To many indigenous North American cultures, the Thunderbird is mythical creature, a bird of unparalleled strength. Legend had it that the bird was so powerful, its wings flapping caused the thunder. To us, it's a strong white wine that hopefully won'...

    @ The Hot Dish by Ben Palosaari on June 27, 2008 @ 4:48 pm
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    Your Dish Here

    It's a rare soul who inspires a restaurant to name a dish in his honor--consider the force of personality behind the Karlen's Karma coffee drink at Sebastian Joe's or the "Wheels" Whelan cheese plate at O'Donovan's. But it's a good cook who will conv...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on June 27, 2008 @ 10:03 am
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    Drink of the Week: Wondrous Punch

    Think that's bad? That very same night, my friend and drinking connoisseur, in a moment of pure self indulgence, braved not one but two of the commanding cocktails. Afterwards, she insisted on wearing her bike helmet in the car as another, sober fr...

    @ The Hot Dish by Beth Walton on June 27, 2008 @ 4:37 am
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    First Look: Kindee Thai

    Sticking with this week's theme of writing mixed reviews of new restaurants that may or may not enrage the readers of this blog, a few brief words about the Mill District's Kindee Thai restaurant: If you're going to the Guthrie, and you generally vie...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on June 26, 2008 @ 1:39 am
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    Taste of Summer: Sprecher Root Beer

    Kudos to Sprecher Brewing, of Glendale WI (just north of Milwaukee), whose root beer took top honors in a tasting panel conducted by several New York Times food writers. I hadn't had Sprecher's root beer in a while, so I picked up a celebratory four...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on June 26, 2008 @ 12:46 am
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    Make it a date: 3 Squares, Laredo's, and Lola's Lakehouse

    With gas prices this high, it seems extravagant to drive to the western suburbs just dine. But adding a second stop can help justify the trip.1. 3 Squares: Go shopping in Maple Grove Poised to overtake the Mall of America in terms of retail square fo...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on June 25, 2008 @ 1:07 am
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    Road Trip: Greg's Meats

    Recently, I was driving south on Highway 52, just south of the split with Highway 56 at Hampton, when I came across this mundane looking building: I looked at my watch. A stop might make me late to my final destination. But "champion sausage"? I pul...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on June 23, 2008 @ 10:37 am
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    First Look: Cafe Agri

    A recent dinner at Kingfield's Cafe Agri revealed an ambitious new place that still has yet to work a few kinks out of the system. In lieu of review -- frankly, I emerged from the meal profoundly confused, and unable to compose anything as organized ...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on June 23, 2008 @ 12:34 am
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