The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.
Food & Drink
It’s been nearly a year since Doug Flicker’s much-anticipated Esker Grove opened its doors inside the Walker Art Center, and just like the other restaurants associated with Flicker (RIP Piccolo), it quickly became synonymous with good eats i
As a community, we’re lucky to have plentiful options for procuring high-quality food; local produce and organic poultry abound at farmers markets, CSAs, and retail outlets big and small. The Twin Cities also happens to be home to one of the largest concentrations of food co-ops in the nation.
Whether you’re looking to add variety to the way you cook, imagining the way kids might cook or to just spice it up this fall, City South Magazine has you covered.
Most neighborhoods would be elated to have a restaurant boasting a single chef who scored a spot on Food & Wine’s Best New Chef list, which announces “the most brilliant up-and-coming chefs.” Grand Café, in the Kingfield neighborhood of
Good Grocer was founded after Kurt Vickman discovered the alarming number of people who cannot afford to eat healthy.
Looking for a non-alcoholic drink that nonetheless carries a sophisticated taste? This was founder Nate Uri’s quest when starting Prohibition Kombucha in 2014.
September. The kids are back in school, nights are getting cooler and thoughts run to fall. But in truth, days can still hit 90 degrees and we’re all recounting the things we ran out of time to do this summer.
Sign up for a pie crust-making class and you might make a friend. But more than that, Heather Keogh of Heather's Pies wants you to know how to make a proper pie crust.
Amol Dixit acknowledges that his initial business plan probably isn’t what they teach in business school. “Most people who start businesses have this brilliant idea and then figure out how to make a business out of it,” he says. “I was the opposite.”