When it comes to dining, oftentimes so much emphasis is placed on the main course that one of the best parts of a meal—dessert—is overlooked.
Food & Drink
As the days get warmer, beers change to match the seasons. Spring beers from local brewers are usually lighter styles with a crisp taste, while winter beers tend to be heavier and with higher alcohol content.
For special occasions like Easter or Mother’s Day, sleep-in days or any old day that calls for a whoppin’ stack of late-morning pancakes, this bunch of brunches will do the trick.
Al & Alma’s Supper Club
Urban city centers and trendy suburbs are no longer the only hubs for great dining. Acclaimed restaurants are popping up all over Minnesota, in small towns and rural areas.
It’s a great time to be a foodie in Wayzata. Over the last year, several new restaurants from some of the Twin Cities’ most respected chefs have debuted in our lakeside community.
If a holiday happy hour is a sprint, New Year’s Eve is a marathon. A party to end all parties—at least the 2017 variety—can easily span several hours leading up to the much-anticipated countdown. Why not make the most of time with friends by throwing together a no-fuss charcuterie board?
Improving one’s health is the quintessential New Year’s resolution. Local holistic health guru Jodi McKee has a recipe for aspiring health-nuts in 2018: It’s a comforting classic—hot chocolate—with a twist. The secret ingredient? A mushroom called chaga. Don’t let the weirdness stop you.