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For David Bedford, a fruit crops research scientist at the University of Minnesota Horticultural Research Center, a single apple has all the power of Google and all the health benefits of a nicotine patch. At least accordin...

@ The Hot Dish by Chuck Terhark on October 20, 2006 @ 5:05 pm
  • Peaceable Kingdom - Fair trade brews are popping up all over, but Peace Coffee is still a cup apart

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    Peaceable Kingdom - Fair trade brews are popping up all over, but Peace Coffee is still a cup apart

    Peace Coffee 2801 21st Ave. S. #120, Minneapolis 612.870.3440 www.peacecoffee.com The Ethiopian in the air pot is labeled 8:30-- just about an hour and a half ago--but that's just not fresh enough for someone in the coffee business, so Scot...

    by Tricia Cornell on February 15, 2006
  • Rum's the Word - High-quality sipping rum is coming soon to a glass near you

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    Rum's the Word - High-quality sipping rum is coming soon to a glass near you

    This is how it happened. One day, someone living a little to the south of you and a little to the north of Havana decided that if revolution was possible for coffee, bread, beer, and wine, it was also possible for rum. In other words, it was time f...

    by Elizabeth Noll on February 8, 2006
  • Fond Memories - A sugar junkie tries to satisfy her jones, one icing wreath at a time

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    Fond Memories - A sugar junkie tries to satisfy her jones, one icing wreath at a time

    Sweet Celebrations 11321 Highway 7 Minnetonka 952.935.2032 I love sugar. I love it so much I sometimes consume it as if I were a hummingbird, dependent on sweet nectar for every shred of energy in me. I enjoy highbrow sweets as much as th...

    by Jessica Armbruster on February 1, 2006
  • It's a Wine, Wine, Wine World - Specialty wine shops each slice the universe of wine in a different way

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    It's a Wine, Wine, Wine World - Specialty wine shops each slice the universe of wine in a different way

    What makes a wine shop a specialty shop? Nobody knows. Some stores focus on wine from just one country, or even one state; others have wine from all over, but mainly from small producers; still others have no particular focus, but they consider the...

    by Elizabeth Noll on January 25, 2006
  • Mourning Meal - What to serve when interring a loved one, and other culinary tips from the afterworld

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    Mourning Meal - What to serve when interring a loved one, and other culinary tips from the afterworld

    Should you drop dead in Montgomery, Minnesota, or the surrounding area (including Kilkenny, Waterville, and New Prague), you're in for a real treat. Or rather, your friends and family are. Because on the occasion of your burial, they most likely wi...

    by Ann M. Bauer on January 18, 2006
  • The Oily Grail - Hash Browns: Hard to make, hard to find, impossible to forget about

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    The Oily Grail - Hash Browns: Hard to make, hard to find, impossible to forget about

    Admit it. Sometimes you despair, and yet you never really give up. Deep inside, there's a tiny, tender hope that someday, someone will slide you a thick white plate that has on it something you've only seen in your dreams: a golden-brown sizzling s...

    by Elizabeth Noll on January 11, 2006
  • Eat Rutabagas, Not War - The year's best cookbooks allow you to live better in body and soul

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    Eat Rutabagas, Not War - The year's best cookbooks allow you to live better in body and soul

    Barbara Kafka, with Christopher Styler Vegetable Love Artisan, $35 Bill Niman and Janet Fletcher The Niman Ranch Cookbook Ten Speed Press, $35 Like most sentient Americans who eat food, I go through most of my life feeling like a comple...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on January 4, 2006
  • Keeping It Real - Two restaurants cater to Minnesota's kosher community

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    Keeping It Real - Two restaurants cater to Minnesota's kosher community

    Fishman's Kosher Market and Deli 4100 Minnetonka Blvd., St. Louis Park 952.926.5611 www.fishmanskosher.com Little Tel-Aviv 3238 W. Lake St., Minneapolis 612.929.1111 www.littletel-aviv.com When he was a kid growing up in St. Louis ...

    by Andy Steiner on December 28, 2005
  • Seeing Sous Vide - Why all the taste-making top-tier kitchens in the Twin Cities are suddenly awash in plastic bags

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    Seeing Sous Vide - Why all the taste-making top-tier kitchens in the Twin Cities are suddenly awash in plastic bags

    The morsel of Scottish salmon was a beautiful baby-girl's-room pink, pinker than bubble gum, paler than ivory, and as uniform in color as if it had been poured from a can of paint. "Is it really poached?" I asked our server. "It's slow poached," sh...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on December 21, 2005
  • Singular Five - Stewart Woodman's long-awaited solo venture is stylish, costly, and absolutely unique

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    Singular Five - Stewart Woodman's long-awaited solo venture is stylish, costly, and absolutely unique

    Five Restaurant & Street Lounge 2917 Bryant Ave. S., Minneapolis 612.827.5555 www.fiverestaurant.com Most chefs are dropped, by birth or chance, in some corner of the great wide world, and so they cook what seems popular or profitable at th...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on December 14, 2005
  • Countless Crispy Critters - Dear Dara confronts the French-fry issue

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    Countless Crispy Critters - Dear Dara confronts the French-fry issue

    Dear Dara, I have been on a French-fry quest for a number of years. I am operatic in stature, and the fries, I'm certain, are what keeps me at fighting weight. Without a doubt, the best fries in the Twin Cities are made at the 112 Eatery. I'm gla...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on December 7, 2005
  • Ambition Accomplished - Fugaise has sky-high ambitions and the kitchen skills to match

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    Ambition Accomplished - Fugaise has sky-high ambitions and the kitchen skills to match

    Fugaise 308 E. Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis 612.436.0777 www.fugaise.com Ever heard of "tall poppy syndrome"? One of my friends described it to me in abundant detail before she fled town. Essentially, it involves the tallest poppy in the ...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on November 30, 2005
  • Triumph in the Heartland - Fine-dining northern lights open affordable annexes

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    Triumph in the Heartland - Fine-dining northern lights open affordable annexes

    Lucia's Bakery and Take Home 1428 W. 31st St., Minneapolis 612.825.9800 www.lucias.com Heartland 1806 St. Clair Ave., St. Paul 651.699.3536. www.heartlandrestaurant.com People will occasionally be real buttinskis, and demand of me ...

    by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on November 23, 2005
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