Kim Ode

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-7185
Kim Ode has been with the Star Tribune since 1985 in a variety of jobs. She currently writes Variety features and leads the monthly Baking Central feature in Taste.

Recent content from Kim Ode

Let's get crackin'

Homemade crackers are an easy way to personalize your hors d'oeuvres, and making them might just take you back to your childhood.

Updated: February 13, 2014, - 11:01 AM

Mmm -- biscuits, hot from the oven

Making your own buttermilk biscuits is a lost skill worth recovering. Truth is, the effort is quick and easy.

Updated: February 13, 2014, - 10:59 AM

All wrapped up in apple dumplings

An apple a day can be consumed in many ways, including, occasionally, a deliciously decadent dumpling.

Updated: February 13, 2014, - 10:58 AM

A Downton Abbey favorite for breakfast

The traditional English muffin tastes even better (of course!) when made at home.

Updated: February 13, 2014, - 10:57 AM

Here's the scoop on shoveling snow

Sure, it can be a chore, but shoveling provides a sense of accomplishment, and maybe even a meditative moment.

Updated: February 12, 2014, - 04:22 PM

Love letters linger longer

Nothing against a passionate text of I ♥ U, but an actual love letter is more likely to set a heart fluttering for its effort, its thoughtfulness and its legacy.

Updated: February 10, 2014, - 09:19 AM

Ian Rankin's detective is back at work

Ian Rankin takes his famous detective out of retirement, and brings himself to Once Upon a Crime on Saturday.

Updated: January 20, 2014, - 03:11 PM

Great American Think-Off pits love against fear

Once again, it’s time to put on your thinking caps, if you’d like to compete in the 22nd Great American Think-Off.

Updated: January 20, 2014, - 08:23 AM

First step to organized living: Believe it's possible

An organized life starts with getting our ducks in a row and making choices to help us become more effective friends, workers and family members.

Updated: January 17, 2014, - 09:27 AM

Rosalie Wahl, 88: Court pioneer held abiding faith in justice

The first woman appointed to the Minnesota Supreme Court, brought a deep faith in the power of equality to her work.

Updated: December 27, 2013, - 09:53 AM

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