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Oak Ridge - Beefsteak Dinner

Oak Ridge Hotel revives the age old tradition
of the Beefsteak. Originating in the late 19th
century, Beefsteaks were a celebration of the
working class. Gathering in rustic dining halls,
patrons would tell stories, eat steak and drink ale.
Attendees wore butcher aprons and used the skirt
of the apron to wipe grease off their hands and
face. Neither silverware nor napkins were allowed. Read more about Oak Ridge - Beefsteak Dinner

Noire Valentine's

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and the pressure builds daily to buy, buy, buy: the chocolates, the non-existent perfectly worded card, flowers, and perhaps the diamond ring. But for the rest of the population, the day represents another year flying solo with limited prospects and constant reminders everywhere that most people are happier than you. Let's face it: no matter what side of the fence you're on, Valentine's Day sucks. Read more about Noire Valentine's

Noire Valentine's

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and the pressure builds daily to buy, buy, buy: the chocolates, the non-existent perfectly worded card, flowers, and perhaps the diamond ring. But for the rest of the population, the day represents another year flying solo with limited prospects and constant reminders everywhere that most people are happier than you. Let's face it: no matter what side of the fence you're on, Valentine's Day sucks. Read more about Noire Valentine's

Wine On Wayzata Bay

Join the delicious fun, lake-side at the 8th annual Wine on Wayzata Bay event on Frida, June 19th. This summertime kick-off is open to the public and hosted by Wayzata Yacht Club and Wayzata Wines and Spirits to benefit the Wayzata Community Sailing Center. You'll enjoy tasting over 100 wines, sampling great lite bites from lake area restaurants, boat rides until sunset and a treasure trove of auction items along with music from the BennyWeinbeck Group. Read more about Wine On Wayzata Bay

Just for the Halibut

Few fish are as versatile or as universally liked as the flaky, mild halibut. This demonstration class will take full advantage of its versatility by exploring a range of recipes, including halibut with tomato coulis and Kalamata olive and tarragon topping, halibut with citrus beurre blanc, and macadamia nut-encrusted halibut with coconut curry sauce and mango chutney. Read more about Just for the Halibut

Festive Spring Salads

Reinvent an old classic with this class on salad-making. Recipes include wild rice and chicken breast salad, wild rice salad with mushrooms and cashews, vegetarian main dish salad with peppers and quinoa, fruit salad with a tangy orange sauce, and a raspberry spinach salad with glazed pecans. You’ll also learn to make feta cheese, blue cheese and orange dressing. With this arsenal of healthy recipes, you’re sure to have a delicious summer. Ages 18 and up. Read more about Festive Spring Salads

Travel the World with Food

Cooks of Crocus Hill has teamed up with HealthEast Care System to provide cooks of all abilities the tools they need to create delicious and healthy dishes. This class takes participants on a gustatory trip around the globe with menu items including black bean mango quesadillas and turkey banh mi meatballs with quick-pickled vegetables. $35. 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Cooks of Crocus Hill, 877 Grand Ave.; 651.228.1333; cooksofcrocushill.com. Read more about Travel the World with Food

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