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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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This Fresh Forkin Friday I am wondering if I'll actually be able to take next week off. Probably not entirely, but I'm going to try.
I absolutely need to apologize for something. I've been holding out on you, selfishly. All summer long I've been eating at this secret joint, and I haven't wanted to share.
Yeah, 128 Café has been around for a while, decked with rec-room paneling and tucked into the basement of that apartment building on Cleveland near St. Thomas, but it was sold to Max Thompson earlier this year ... and it's a whole new show.
It's really the first Fresh Forkin' Friday of December and I am DONE with my shopping! Not. But I have been waxing nostalgic over memories of Sears Catalogs past.
The latest food truck to go permanent, Chef Shack Ranch is open for business in Longfellow.
Chef Shack Ranch is open, Vellee Deli's gearing up for a pop-up, and more.
A vodka bar, a champagne lounge, and oh so much more newness to start 2014.
Why Butcher's founding partner and head chef is showing himself to the door when the restaurant is just hitting his stride.
Your guide to what's going on New Years Eve 2014.
Bidding adieu to the food and drink 2013 that was by offering what last reminder about what is to come.
The very first look at the eats and drinks that Uptown's newest food destination is dishing.
The Midtown Global Market taco sensation takes its game to its own brick-and-mortar.
The Twin Cities French bakery and cafe opens in Maple Grove.
The gang from Wild Roast Cafe is taking over the former Kikugawa space and naming their new establishment after an 1800's brothel owner.
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