Food & Drink

A spread of food and drink from TST Creative Catering.

Summer means weddings, graduations and other parties are in full swing. Before you start planning, check out TST Creative Catering’s tips to ensure a celebration that feels extra special, but stays right on budget.

A table filled with food from TST Creative Catering, a catering service in the Twin Cities area.

Whether attending a wedding, graduation party, family reunion or birthday celebration, there’s one event element that all guests universally look forward to: the food.

A family of four sits on a picnic blanket in the park.

June is the perfect month to head down to your neighborhood park for a picnic.

Many chardonnay lovers, especially in the U.S., love their oaky, buttery California chardonnay.

James Beard Award-winning chef Ann Kim of Young Joni embraces her mother.

The most prestigious awards in the restaurant industry have been handed out, and one Twin Cities chef is heading home with some hardware.

A person holds a can of Lift Bridge Mango Blonde while a dog sitting on a dock watches.

Lift Bridge Brewing Company, 3rd Act Brewery, Maple Island Brewing and Big Wood Brewery offer up their best beers for summer nights.

A table is set for a party celebrating the British royal family.

Make this old-fashioned drink well ahead of time to share with friends at your next party, royal or otherwise.

Homemade Horchata Machete Cocina Mexicana, Food & Drink, Tastemakers, Woodbury, Crave, Tamarack Tap, Woodbury Lakes, Machete Cocina Mexicana, Alamo Draft House, Cafe Zupas, 3rd Act Brewing, Nektar Juice Bar, Sencha Tea Bar, Paida Italian Street Food

Who says you need to drink alcohol to have fun? Try these fun drinks—from some favorite local spots—that are big on flavor, without the buzz.

Farmer's Market, Woodbury, Around Town, Nadine Schultz, Photography, Food

An everyday scene is made beautiful in the right light.

A bunch of grenache (or garnacha) grapes hang on the vine.

Known as grenache in France and garnacha in Spain, this grape makes a great blending partner, but can stand on its own as a single variety.

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