You must be registered to comment and vote on comments.
Who would have imagined that the local artisan granola market — more to the point, the muesli market — would start to look like Kelloggs vs. General Mills?
Local chocolatiers and candymakers are making your job easy. And delicious.
You can't accuse Andrea and Brian Strom of Ely, Minn., of pulling their punches.
A casual joke about naming a cranberry...
Now bring us some figgy pudding and a cup of good cheer.
Low-calorie, low-carb drink ready for tasting.
You don't have to leave the North Woods behind when you cook with Superior Planks. The wooden boards of red...
So good, says Nate Beck, you won't need ketchup.
There is, arguably, always room for another caramel in the marketplace. The challenge becomes setting yourself apart.
Poorboy Candy is a...
The drip, drip, drip they are hearing up north isn't melting snow; it's maple sap.
Two area staples join culinary forces.
This golden gusher is for the table - and you don't have to travel far to find it.
Pashen bars tap into the interest in raw food.
Seven Sundays offers four kinds.
With quality chocolatiers in the area, your sweet tooth won't be disappointed.
You'll want to stock your freezer with this hearty offerings.
Wise Acre Eatery's lard has bakers living high on the hog.
I'm partial to Pearson's Salted Nut Roll, made in St. Paul, with its perfect combo of salt, nuts and nougat....
Time to sample the Turmeric Trail line of spice blends from Raghavan Iyer, local author and cooking teacher.
Hell's Kitchen makes a heavenly version of the old standby.
Best of MN 2013: Guide to state's finest
ST100: 2013 ranking of Minnesota's top companies
New Vikings stadium section: The game plan
Map to Twin Cities farmers markets
Minnesota Topics: People, places and companies
New: Guide to Minnesota's 18-hole public golf courses
425 Portland Av. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55488
© 2013 StarTribune. All rights reserved.
StarTribune.com is powered by Limelight Networks