When Tunde Wey hosted a dinner for 700 at the Seward Community Co-op’s annual owner meeting in October, it wasn’t about the food, although he spent hours preparing Nigerian dishes for the members.
At some point in getting out the vote for the Charlies, I turned to Sue Zelickson, the co-founder of the event and my new best friend, and said, "How did you do it all? This could easily be a full-time job."
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Minnesota was well represented at this year’s Great American Beer Festival competition in Denver, with five breweries earning awards, including two that took home the gold.
News and noteworthy around the Twin Cities
In October the Mixed Blood Theatre’s production of "How to Use A Knife" brought to comic life every stereotype known to kitchens.
For many Americans-—nearly 88 percent—it’s not Thanksgiving without turkey on the table.
A proposed modern streetcar that would travel through downtown St. Paul, down West Seventh Street and to Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, is gaining steam as the Riverview Corridor’s locally preferred alternative.
Dave Glucksman’s retirement job at the school inside St. Louis Park’s Sabes Jewish Community Center involves reading labels and making sure the lettuce is free of bugs
What does it take to start a successful restaurant? Passion, hard work and a vision, sure—but a team of advisors and contractors is what can keep it going for more than a few months.
At North Loop staple The Bachelor Farmer, pastry chef Emily Marks is tasked with creating a final impression.
Social media and employment were just two of the topics covered during the Minnesota Hospitality Conference & Expo held October 5.