Now is the time to make tasty apple treats using different apple varieties. Gretchen Perbix from Sweetland Orchard and Recipe Developer Mary Jane Miller put Gretchen's Apples to good use and made delicious apple recipes for the fall.
Twin Cities Live staff love when chef Mary Jane Miller tears apart a viral recipe and makes it better. It's a series called Taste the Trend. She tackles 5-ingredient chicken stuffed sweet potatoes.
We want you to start your week off strong with a simple dinner idea that's easy to make and will impress your family. That's why we started a new series on Twin Cities Live at Four called, "Monday Night Meal." Recipe Developer, Mary Jane Miller shared how to make a simple and healthy recipe, called Quinoa Fried Rice with chicken.
Recipe expert and chef, Mary Jane Miller shares a simple way to turned your salmon from boring to brilliant.
Eleven million people have viewed this viral recipe video. With that many people taking a peek, you'd think it's probably a good recipe, right? When recipe developer, Mary Jane Miller took a look, she thought she could do better! She rated the original recipe only 3 out of 5 wooden spoons. She made a few changes and came up with her own...
Your local grocery store isn't doing the apple justice. The supermarket probably carries four or five varieties -- when worldwide there are more than 7500 kinds of the fruit grown. One Minnesota family orchard thinks some of those lesser known apples deserve some attention. Gretchen Perbix from Sweetland Orchard in Webster shared different...
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".
12 Days of Grilling presented by the Minnesota Beef Council continues on with Mary Jane Miller's Moroccan Beef Kebabs.
This recipe for pull-apart buffalo chicken bread has almost 90 million views, but our recipe expert and cook Mary Jane Miller says it needs a lot of help. In this edition of "Taste the Trend", she turned this loaf of messy chicken into tasty chicken bites.
Cook book author and recipe developer, Mary Jane Miller was put to the task again with a recipe for Mississippi Roast that has taken over the internet! Mary Jane actually liked the recipe as it was, saying it was "soooo yummy." What she didn't like was all of the pre-made mixes it uses because of the sodium and preservatives they contain.