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    Cooking with loser candy

    So this year, you finally wised up. Instead of buying all your favorite candy for trick-or-treaters and then gorging yourself on it the week before Halloween, this year, you bought only gross candy so as not to tempt yourself. Problem was, the kids d...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 11, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    The Art of Food: Tomatoes, by Becca Dilley

    Local photographer Becca Dilley (whose work can be found at her website and blog) took these shots of heirloom tomatoes. When compared to their conventional cousins, the color and flavor of heirloom varieties just pop.

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on November 11, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    You're not dreaming, the chocolate extravaganza is here!

    "What people really come to the event for are the chocolate samples," says Shoma Hokanson, founder/owner of the Twin Cities Chocolate Extravaganza. The event will take place in the Minneapolis Convention Center Sat., Nov. 15-Sun., Nov. 16. And it's t...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on November 11, 2008 @ 8:32 am
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    Christopher Kimball at Barnes & Noble

    For cooks too cynical for the Food Network's excess of pep, drama, and cleavage, there's something refreshing about PBS's America's Test Kitchen and its wonkish, adoro-nerd host, Christopher Kimball--I mean, who else can pull off a bowtie these days?...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 10, 2008 @ 12:00 pm
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    Chippewa Falls: small town, big food

    Driving to a small town doesn't mean you are driving away from good food options. I found that out this weekend when I took a trip to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. The trip was a mere 1.5 hours from Minneapolis and is a nice getaway if you are in the mo...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on November 10, 2008 @ 8:20 am
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    The Non-Safe Choice: Anchovy Pizza at Black Sheep Coal Fired Pizza

    Anchovies on pizza are essentially known only as a punchline few pizzerias offer them as toppings, and they've got a foul reputation, primarily among the masses of folks who have never tried them. Americans don't typically like eating whole animals...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on November 10, 2008 @ 1:40 am
  • The Suburbs Step It Up - Three new west metro restaurants help diners break away from the national chains

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    The Suburbs Step It Up - Three new west metro restaurants help diners break away from the national chains

    For the past few weeks, the "Modern Love" column in the New York Times has been running the winning stories from its college essay contest. After reading a few essays on the state of modern relationships, I'm less worried that text messaging has stu...

    by Rachel Hutton on June 25, 2008
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    Strange Brews - Looking for the weirdest, most obscure beers in Minnesota? They're at the Four Firkins.

    Every once in a while, you meet a True Believer. A hardliner. The type of person who glows from within with a laser-like intensity. The type of person who, if struck down in the course of his duties, would unquestionably return as a ghost to complet...

    by James Norton on June 25, 2008
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    Free Beer Friday: Chocolate Beer and Knoke's Chocolate

    This week we face a novel sampling: not only was I sent free beer, but I was also sent free chocolate. About a mouth ago, I received a notice via Fed Ex from Sam Adams, alerting me that I would be receiving a bottle of beer in the mail in approximate...

    @ The Hot Dish by Jessica Armbruster on November 7, 2008 @ 4:50 pm
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    Maybe man can live on bread alone?

    Emily's Lebanese Deli gave me the two best foods I've tried this month: rice and bread. No joke. Both were in versions I'd never tried before. Mistah ($2.75) is a thick bread served with melted butter. The bread is called mistah and comes in a wide...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on November 7, 2008 @ 4:21 pm
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    Surly Darkness

    Surly Brewing's legendary Darkness is a crisp, coal-black brew with notes of grapefruit juice, coffee, and dark chocolate that, frankly, sounds awful, but tastes fantastic. It's also here for a limited time only (find out where to get it here), and w...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 7, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Drink of the Week: Absinthe

    Drink of the Week Absinthe Nick and Eddie's 1612 Harmon Place, Minneapolis 612-485-5800 $10.50 Absinthe, it has a certain mystique--a drink for artists and writers, which was presumed to have hallucinogenic qualities. In ye-olden-days, it was known ...

    @ The Hot Dish by Michelle Leon on November 7, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    The Beers of Autumn: Pumpkin Ale by Kennebunkport

    Kennebunkport Brewing Company (of the eponymous Maine town) makes a pumpkin ale that seems to be an old-school member of the species: the bottle, at least, boasts wood-cut pumpkin art that conjures up an autumn harvest party. For better or worse, th...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on November 7, 2008 @ 1:16 am
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    Sen Yai Sen Lek: the family behind the food.

    When Chef Joe Hatch-Surisook and wife Holly decided to open their new Thai rice & noodle shop, they wanted to do it their way. "We wanted to create something on our own terms that reflects our values," Chef Hatch-Surisook said. Every menu lists the r...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on November 6, 2008 @ 3:11 pm
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    Presidential feast at North Coast

    Chef Ryan Aberle is among the most creative chefs tucked out in the suburbs and this Saturday at Northcoast (click this link at the risk of being innundated by smooth jazz) in Wayzata, he'll be showing off his chops, er medallions actually--gingerbre...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 6, 2008 @ 11:00 am
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    The Hot Dish Preview: 11/07/08

    In tomorrow's edition of The Hot Dish, a center for cooking shuts its doors, a new restaurant offers an exhaustive sake seminar, the "pizza farm" prepares for hibernation and a blogger chugs a few at one of Wisconsin's hottest breweries. Also, The ...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on November 6, 2008 @ 1:21 am
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    Prop 2 passes

    Farm animals had their own small victory last night as Californians passed proposition 2, the Prevention of Farm Animal Cruelty Act, by an overwhelming majority. The act specifically deals with banning undue confinement of animals in veal crates, hen...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 5, 2008 @ 1:00 pm
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    Five Questions For... Aaron Landry of S4xton.com

    Good bloggers map out a niche and dominate it. Few have pursued this approach as thoroughly as local pizza blogger Aaron Landry. Landry (who occasionally gets worked up about cupcakes, as well), approaches pizza with a dedication to accuracy, detail ...

    @ The Hot Dish by James Norton on November 5, 2008 @ 1:15 am
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    St. Paul skyway says, "Oooh-lala!" for Maison Darras

    It's time for lunch. You mindlessly walk the skyway and inevitably land somewhere that fills you up, but doesn't exactly thrill. Perhaps it's your third day in a row at the D. Brian's salad bar and just as you spoon on some salad dressing, you experi...

    @ The Hot Dish by Roseanne Pereira on November 5, 2008 @ 1:00 am
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    Red, white, and bbq

    A few months ago, I received a product sample of two bbq sauces--Republican and Democrat--from an outfit called Walnut Grove Mercantile in Marshall, MN. In honor of today's election, I finally opened the sauces to taste test them out on a block of Wi...

    @ The Hot Dish by Rachel Hutton on November 4, 2008 @ 3:29 pm
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