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Downtown Minneapolis's food truck scene is blowing up this year. I love Dandelion Kitchen's sandwiches and homemade sodas (blood orange cardamom!), then I like to walk a few blocks over to World Street Kitchen for their salted caramel ice cream sandwich.
Yes! The Scharffen Berger bar I bought on a whim got a good review! Time to try it myself.
My favorite is a modern egg bake with sausage, sage, and cheese.
Bacon Jiffy burger at the Blue Door Pub in St. Paul, MN!
How to Cook Everything. It's the only one that's actually stored in the kitchen.
LOVE this round up. Always looking for new recipes for pureed soups. For some reason I can't make this article a favorite, but hopefully this comment will remind me to come back to this.
sweet potato fries!
Baked mac and cheese is super easy and impressive!
I love my immersion blender! Essential for making pureed soup.
My birthday in Florence! Dinner at il Latini with my family and a Roman candle in my birthday tiramisu!
Thanks all for the input! Trust me, we're very understanding of the lone vegetarian :)
I don't like IPA but I wish I did because Surly is so celebrated here in the Twin Cities!
Falafel! You can have all kinds of condiments with it, and it's great for feeding omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans.
The one I run! Uptown Market in Minneapolis. We have all local produce, street food, and local artists! Come visit! I would love to show you around.
Lemon bars or blondies
Love New Glarus! Spotted Cow is a great beer. We pick it up every time we're in Hudson. They need to distribute in the Twin Cities!!!
Michelle Gayer or Alex Roberts, up-and-coming chefs of the Twin Cities that are doing wonderful things for the food scene around here!
CUTEST COOKIES EVER!
@Jessie, you should submit the photos to cuteoverload.com. Especially if you can round up some baby ducks to pose with them.
Looks delicious! And I like to think that it's French because Kerry is French!
@keypunch, well played!!
I love truffles that are a little bitter and a little sweet. I also love BT McElrath's Salty Dogs, made in Minneapolis and sooooo good.
Byerly's tomato basil soup. I can't tell you how much of my babysitting money went to their deli counter in high school. I'd be rich and skinny...
Braising is really easy and delicious. Or try roasting the veg with thyme, olive oil, S&P.
(Sorry to sound like an ass, but I can't help myself.) Hot Chocolate, schmot chocolate!! I hope you're eating Antico Noe sandwiches, Perche No gelato, and il Pinolo pizza while you're in Florence!!