It dude week and we're brewing up a bromance for seasonal beers. When the weather chance so might your choice of beer. Today, we shared fresh up and pumpkin flavored brews with Jim Watkins from Sociable Cider Werks.
In honor of Twin Cities Live's Dude Week, Haskell's Ted Farrell stops by to share simple whiskey cocktail recipes.
We tasked cookbook author and recipe developer Mary Jane Miller with updating a viral recipe for Spaghetti-O Jello for another edition of "Taste the Trend".
When Twin Cities Live producers found a Saint Paul butcher shop stuffing meat and cheese inside ribeye steaks, they had to investigate. Thanks to the Minnesota Beef Council, owner of Big Steer Meats, Charlie Cory, stopped by to make Al Capone stuffed steaks.
In honor of Twin Cities Live's Dude Week, the Food and Dining Editor at Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, Stephanie March, stopped by to share three of her favorite spots for pizza in the metro, along with a suggestion of what to get when you're there.
Minneapolis has a new brewery. It's called Pryes Brewing. It sits right next to the Mississippi River in Minneapolis. It's the first in the state to offer something called Feather Bowling. It's a cross between curling and bocce ball. So, guests can have a good beer and take on an interesting and new game that uses feathers and wooden cheese wheels.
Minnesotan's love their apple orchards. We asked you what your favorites were and we narrowed down the long list to four. Local Guy About Town, Mike Marcotte, has his picks across the metro.
Emily's Bakery and Deli is a hometown favorite in Hastings. For years, it has been serving up some of the best donuts, cookies, cakes and other treats to its customers. It has been in the Hastings area for more than a century. In 1988, brother and sister, Steve Fox and Norine Bishop, took over the business from their parents when it was known...
The Twin Cities Live Book Club is back and once again, members will be meeting inside Firelake Grill House and Cocktail Bar at Radisson Blu in Mall of America. Firelake's executive chef, Dinesh, is cooking up a steak straight out The Flintstones and will have you yelling "Yabba Dabba Do!"
Here's a great recipe to impress your friends at your next dinner party! Panna Cotta is an Italian dessert and it translates to "cooked cream." There are many ways to make it and it's very easy. You can also stop by Swedish Crown Bakery in Anoka to buy some from their store!
Owner of Golden Fig, Laurie Crowell says you can liven up just about any meal by using a cast iron skillet, even steak!
Twin Cities Live is all about saving you money. Haskell's Ted Farrell stopped by with ways you can get discounts at the liquor store!
Many schools are back in session! So we want to make sure you know how to liven up your child's lunchbox with foods they love! The Cooking Mom, Amy Hanten explains how to make traditional pepperoni pizza and a PB&J with a twist.
Alice Seuffert, the creator of Dining with Alice explained tips and recipes for a great start to the school day for your kids.
Chef and cookbook author Raghavan Iyer is known around the world for his passion of cooking with Indian flavors. The Mumbai native is a resident of Minneapolis and stopped by the Twin Cities Live kitchen to share a recipe for Chunky Potatoes with Buttermilk.
The Minnesota Beef Council has tons of recipe ideas so you should never be at a loss for what to make for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Registered Dietitian, Jena Pape, from HyVee, gives us her ideas for all three meals.
The Minnesota Beef Council presents…12 Days of Grilling! Laurie Crowell, owner of Golden Fig prepares one of her favorite recipes.
Chef and Cookbook author, Robin Asbell says you should never put tomatoes in the refrigerator because it ruins the texture and dulls the flavor. She shares some of her favorite heirloom tomato recipes and some tips on how to keep them fresh this season.
What's better than a steak or a burger? A Steak Burger. Cooking for Dads host, Rob Barrett, says there are two keys to making a delicious grilled burger. It's Day 10 in our 12 Days of Grilling presented by the Minnesota Beef Council.
There are two types of cooks; one does things easy and fast and the other kind takes their time in the kitchen. Private Chef Justin Davis prefers the second way…but shares a version for those who take the easy way in 12 Days of Grilling presented by Minnesota Beef Council.