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Where and What to Eat
You are a little intimidated by Gallic cuisine, no? Here's some classes to get  you started on your French culinary skills.
Eat & Tell:  Who Does Great French Cooking Classes?
Where and What to Eat
This Italian style of layered torta is made with local cheese and no preservatives.
One Great Plate: Elle-Tee Cheese Torta
Where and What to Eat
You could make some Skittles vodka, or listen to Lynne Rosetto Kasper and just bake it into things like cakes.
Eat & Tell: What to do with Leftover Halloween Candy
Where and What to Eat
This Election Day, why not head down to Zelino and cast your vote for a friendly, hearty, non-partisan bowl of good soup.
City Lunch:  Election Day Special!
Wine & Spirits
If you like to create original cocktails at home, carbonating machines are creeping into the "must have" category.
by Johnny Michaels
carbonating cocktails
Wine & Spirits
While the old standbys may be tried and true, why not push the envelope a bit and find a new favorite for friends and family?
by Bill Coy
Wine & Spirits
Ready to try something new? How about a fortified wine from Italy called Barolo Chinato?
by Johnny Michaels
Barolo Chinato
Global Eats
Dillas Ethiopian Restaurant's menu has one of the widest selection of Ethiopian dishes encountered in these parts.
by Peter Lilienthal
Dillas Ethiopian Restaurant
Features
A generation ago, Tom and Molly Broder brought us Italy by serving more than great food. What’s the secret to this successful 30-year run? It’s all in the family.
by Beth Dooley
Broders’ 2.0: Next Gen
Features
Now open and cranking, this neighborhood pub is busy brewing beer and smoking meats.
Northbound Smokehouse  & Brewpub
Slideshow
A surprising thing has happened at the airport. There’s a new world of dining options on Concourse G, and the food and service are both quite good.
Come Fly With Me: Concourse G
Slideshow
Everyone keeps telling us to eat more vegetables—but how can it ever be interesting? Top restaurants have some great ideas.
La Belle Vie, Cafe Levain, and HauteDish Do Veg
Where and What to Eat
The Greek Grill offers a lot of standards, their gyros have many skyway fans, but make sure to branch out and try some specialties.
City Lunch: The Greek Grill & Cafe
Video
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine food and dining editor Stephanie March introduces the very first Tastemakers event at the Ritz Theater, featuring local beers and an expert panel of brewers hosted by Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl.
Where and What to Eat
Though there are plenty of beer geeks who think pumpkin ale is sacrilege, we have some options for adding some squashy goodness to your next pint.
Eat & Tell: Is There a Good Pumpkin Beer in Town?
Where and What to Eat
Farro, close to many chef’s hearts, delivers a nutty complexity, much like a lighter brown rice. See where to try it.
One Great Plate: Farro
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When Murray’s pulled a revamp and changed the décor to be more au current, a few pals and I decided to try it for a power-lunch.
City Lunch:  Murray's
Where and What to Eat
How to evolve your tailgating menu with Minnesota-made ingredients.
Eat & Tell: How Can I Evolve My Tailgating Menu?
Where and What to Eat
Two local companies making muesli are hoping you'll expand your breakfast routine to include this high-powered, nutritionally packed mix.
Muesli
Where and What to Eat
The  Lowry’s eight-ounce burger is intensely beefy and minerally, though leaner than you’d imagine.
City Lunch: The Lowry’s Short Rib & Chuck Burger
Where and What to Eat
From learning to boil water to perfecting your flambé, here's three places we like for sharpening your cooking skills.
Eat & Tell: How Do You Find the Right Cooking Class?
Where and What to Eat
This little porky spread is a potted meat, made by chopping pork, salting it heavily, and cooking it in fat until it is shreddy.
One Great Plate: Pork Rillette
Where and What to Eat
There's an awesome selection of egg dishes (the perfect protein!) alongside worthy salads and giant wraps in sprouted tortilla.
City Lunch:  People’s Organic
Global Eats
A veteran chef delivers an extensive Peruvian menu that’s a crowd pleaser.
by Peter Lilienthal
Somos Peru
Features
The Twin Cities has been utterly transformed—by the pint.
Taproom Building Boom