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

Baking cookbooks: from biscuits to baklava

From iconic recipes to innovative ideas, these half-dozen baking books offer a range of choices for the bakers on your...

Updated: December 11, 2013, - 03:32 PM

Locally Sourced: State skillets

Art and function come together in the “Sota” cast-iron skillet created by Milwaukee artist Alisa Toninato at her FeLion Studios.

Updated: December 11, 2013, - 03:23 PM

Too many scrape by with 'peephole driving'

“Peephole driving” is the death-defying belief that peering through a Frisbee-sized porthole in your windshield enables you to see well enough to drive in winter.

Updated: December 10, 2013, - 08:29 AM

Arizona observatory puts our world in perspective

A glimpse into our universe, and many others, is inspiring, humbling, chilly – and a privilege.

Updated: November 30, 2013, - 03:49 PM

Tips for a successful scholarship application

When it comes to scholarship applications, you have one chance to present your best self. Some tips from one who...

Updated: November 26, 2013, - 01:42 PM

Oh, You Turkey artist hits No. 35

For 35 years, Bruce Bjerva has provided the lines within which thousands of kids have flexed their creative muscles.

Updated: November 25, 2013, - 03:13 PM

Tweens and pups take part in Kennel Club dog show

The Minneapolis Kennel Club Dog Show will celebrate its 80th year and its future – in the form of kids and their pups.

Updated: November 19, 2013, - 08:11 AM

Achieving pot pie perfection

Leftover Thanksgiving turkey needn't be an afterthought. In a creamy pot pie, bolstered with root vegetables, it might actually taste better than the original feast.

Updated: November 13, 2013, - 02:29 PM

The story behind those charming, doll-house sized little free libraries

Little Free Library started out as a way for Todd Bol to honor his mother. Now, with thousands around the world, Bol is looking toward a broader mission.

Updated: November 13, 2013, - 01:38 PM

National cemeteries create a 'sacred grove' of equality

At Fort Snelling National Cemetery in the Twin Cities, more than 180,000 veterans and family members lie in a landscape whose consistent simplicity sets it apart from private cemeteries with more personalized gravestones.

Updated: November 10, 2013, - 09:53 PM

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