After saying his pardoning powers are limited and these turkeys did not receive names, Governor Dayton laughed when a reporter asked if these would then be entering the food stream.
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Gallery: Architect David O’ Brien Wagner transformed an outdated kitchen and family room with a crisp white palette and deep bookcases that create a niche for the couch.
Gallery: The bright white kitchen includes glass-front painted cabinets, floor-to-ceiling subway tile and Carrara marble countertops. it also has a new oversized, double-hung window.
Gallery: The renovated family room/eating area features heated oak floors, walnut coat closets and glass-front cabinets to display Scandinavian collectibles. Marble accents tie the spaces together.
Gallery: The opening between the kitchen and family room eating area before the renovation.
Gallery: The kitchen before the renovation.
Gallery: David O'Brien Wagner designed two new 4-foot-deep bookcases that frame a niche for the couch in the family room off the kitchen.
Gallery: The corner of the family room is designed for lounging, reading and watching movies.
Gallery: The homeowners chose vintage-look gray-veined white Carrera marble for the countertops and other accents.Pendant lights are by Louis Poulsen.
Gallery: White glass front cabinets, subway tile and Carrara marble counters brighten up the kitchen.
Gallery: Cynthia Strand and Karl Andreasen with their children, from left, Liv, Finn and Nils, and dog Esko.
Gallery: The 1920s Dutch Colonial in south Minneapolis.
Gallery: Architect David O'Brien Wagner, SALA Architects.
Gallery: BEFORE floor plan by SALA Architects.
Gallery: AFTER floor plan by SALA Architects.
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