On Thursday, July 27, the Twin Cities best restaurants and distilleries will showcase food and drink at Minnesota Monthly's Fine Spirits Classic. Food critic Joy Summers stops by with a preview and a half off ticket deal for Twin Cities Live viewers!
Alice Seuffert, creator of Dining with Alice, is showing us how to host a summer party with fun drinks without spending the whole night playing bar tender.
The Radisson Blu Mall of America teamed up with the University of Minnesota Bee Squad to house a colony of honeybees. They actually use the honey that is produced in some of the drink recipes from Radisson Blue's Firelake Grill House and Cocktail Bar.
Twin Cities Live's Wine Guy, Haskell's Ted Farrell, has comedian Louie Anderson guess the purpose of some quirky gadgets he sells.
Alice Seuffert, creator of Dining with Alice, has some fun drinks and foods to bring to your summer BBQs or picnics.
The craft beer movement is booming, and another is on the rise. Sodas (or pop if you're a true Minnesotan) are going beyond the mass produced stuff in the can. Food critic Mecca Bos shares picks for four made in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Some of the best breweries aren't in the cities, they're in the burbs. Throughout the summer, Twin Cities Live is going to feature some of them. Our first stop is Bald Man Brewing in Eagan. It's a hot spot for folks wanting good beer and a good vibe.
If you've got a summer BBQ in your upcoming plans, we want you to put down that package of hotdogs. Don't even think of buying that relish tray. Instead, escape to the Caribbean. The owner of Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, Tomme Beevas, stopped by to show us how to pull together a Caribbean Backyard Bash.
Once you've had your fun at Valleyfair, take a break at Badger Hill Brewing Company! Badger Hill Brewing Company offers tours, has eight beers on tap, and growlers to go! Click here for information.
To grab attention in the liquor store aisles, winemakers are spending more money to make fancier labels. But don't let that be the deciding factor on what you purchase. TCL's Wine Guy, Haskell's Ted Farrell, shares four wines with less than glamorous labels that aren't worth passing up.