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Stephanie keeps herself deliciously up-to-date on all things food- and dining-related while editing and writing Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s Eat + Drink section. She can also be heard Saturdays on her myTalk107.1 radio show, Weekly Dish, where she talks about the Twin Cities food scene.
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Going to a party this weekend? Why not bring a bona fide Blue Ribbon Pie?
It took nine hours, but we ate and drank every new thing at the Fair so you wouldn't have to.
We've already eaten all the new foods, and had a nap, so let us guide you on your way to your perfect State Fair.
If you think the craft beer boom has been something, get ready for the coming-on-strong craft hard cider boom.
On a quest to eat all 50 new foods (and some of the bevvies) at the MN State Fair? We’ve plotted your slog for you.
What is chef Erick Harcey up to NOW in Linden Hills?
A distillery and cocktail bar stocked exclusively with ingredients made to Dan Oskey’s high standards.
Saint Dinette brings it all together in lowertown.
That nip in the air means the beginning of orchard season, and all the ballyhoo that implies.
West Seventh is getting a new Italian eatery from Tim Niver.
World Street Kitchen is getting cooler (if that's possible) with a new adjacent ice cream shop.
It's going to be a hot one this weekend. Best to cool your heels at some new taco shops, get an icy beverage at a coffee house, and lay low.
(With apologies to Bon Appétit and Amiel Stanek.)
Your guide to 100 of the most delicious Twin Cities eats that are as easy on the wallet as they are tasty.
Summer isn't just happening at parks and pools, it's going full-tilt in alleyways, boulevards, parking lots, and night markets.
The Bachelor Farmer team launches some outdoor space in the North Loop.
Why can't we all live near the St. Paul Meat Shop?
Why do we get so jazzed about new foods at the State Fair?
Ready for the month with no holidays? Except, that is, for the self-created ones we frenetically jam into each weekend as we start to see the acorns drop and the pumpkins grow.
The brothers behind the bar up their game with better brews and freshly made food.
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