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2014 Food Trends

Twin Cities Chefs Pick their Best Meals of 2014

The best Twin Cities meals of 2014—selected by local chefs themselves.

Now Open: Le Town Talk Diner in Hi-Lake (Plus Win a Gift Card!)

Best Dish and Drink of 2014

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Quick Bites

Now Open: The Third Bird in Loring Park

Kim Bartmann’s empire expands to Loring Park.


Broder’s expands its Italian empire on the corner of 50th and Penn

Corner Table in Minneapolis

Kingfield gem reinvents itself again

Eric Moore

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Whether healthy, hearty, or plain old indulgent, we have the recipe for you, plus tips and guidance on how to make said recipe a success.

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TC Taste

Turkey Manicotti Recipe

Turkey Manicotti Recipe

Baked pasta is a perfect make-ahead meal, and turkey and vegetables are a flavorful filling for these manicotti in a blanket of tomato sauce.

Drink of the Week: Hola Arepa's Rum Negroni

Drink of the Week: Hola Arepa's Rum Negroni

Finding the sweet smell of the season in this week's cocktail.

The Charlie Awards Recap

The Charlie Awards Recap

The fourth-annual Charlies charmed the audience

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