Food & Drink

Health in the Park is a city-wide initiative raising awareness and making it possible for residents to be as healthy as they can be. Because it’s a community program, St. Louis Park Schools superintendent Rob Metz thinks it makes sense to include the city’s youngest residents.

The food police work in mysterious ways. Keeping up with the latest nutritional darlings can be as confounding as tracking fashion trends (by the way, are we still wearing skinny jeans?) One week, eggs are bad for you; another week, they’re good.

The story of local vodka company AVIV starts with its founder Marc Grossfield, who has strong roots in St. Louis Park. He grew up on the west side and graduated from St. Louis Park High School in 1975.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner—and that means turkey. While families at home are oven-roasting their birds to perfection, eateries around St. Louis Park have been plating up creative turkey dishes year-round.

When the cool autumn breezes roll in, all we want is an inviting meal that makes us feel cozy and full.

Chef Sharif Wagdy was born in Eastern Europe to a Greek mother and an Egyptian father.

Superfoods: Faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

The Loop, a popular restaurant in downtown Minneapolis, opened its new location at the Shops at West End in May. The self-proclaimed “fun, fresh and local” eatery was looking to expand its reach and found the perfect home in St.

We’d all like to think that we’re top-notch home chefs. Unfortunately, most of us come up against difficult situations when we try complicated dishes. Have you ever struggled with bread dough that just won’t rise? How about soggy tempura when the frying oil didn’t get hot enough?

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