Food & Drink

Woodbury resident Anne Miller’s grandmother, who would bake rye bread nearly every Sunday, and Father Dominic, star of Breaking Bread on PBS, were her baking influencers. In 2011, Miller entered the Minnesota State Fair the first time, winning nothing.

March is a month of change, and what better way to embrace that change than to stock up on new recipes that your family and friends will all enjoy.

Lake Elmo’s new Royal Golf Club won’t be open until the spring, but there’s no need to wait until the snow melts to enjoy the restaurant inside the newly revamped clubhouse.

Chili is a dish that is easy to serve a crowd. Amy Goetz, food expert for Lunds & Byerlys, shares this recipe to pass off as your own for a Super
Bowl gathering.


This month, Cravings Wine Bar & Grille features this cocktail and other new ones for the
New Year.

’Tis the season for extended family gatherings. Along with the snow and ice, December brings lots of family and friends to town for the holidays. Perhaps you’re playing host or hostess yourself later this month.

The holidays bring lots of special sights and sounds, but it’s the season’s distinct flavors—spicy gingerbread, creamy eggnog, crisp peppermint—that make this time of year so delicious.

Alsace, France, is one of the most idyllic wine regions in the world. Some of the world’s best white wines are produced in Alsace. After learning more about the area and the fine wines the region produces, you’ll always have Alsace on your shopping list.

FlyBuy is a Seattle-based startup offering a better way to do takeout.

For some home cooks, Thanksgiving Day is a much-anticipated chance to show off their culinary prowess. However, for most of us, cooking an elaborate meal for dozens of people is a somewhat nerve-racking and overwhelming task.