St. Paul, Minnesota defined by 17 unique dishes. As Jim Harrison says, “How feebly the arts compete with the idea of what we are going to eat next.”
Beer cheese is a fantastic no matter what time of year. Minnesota beer and Wisconsin cheese, with a little bacon on top, make some of the very best.
Life is the smell of black coffee and orange juice in the morning. Fresh pastries, cheese and cured meat, glasses of red wine through long, late dinners…
Broth is the common cure for almost anything which ails you. This is what I ate as I was laid up in bed for 48hours craving nothing but spicy broth.
A classic for cold and warm weather alike, this simple, delicious and incredibly versatile recipe for meatballs will hit the spot every time.
Pajarito keeps it simple and delicious, adding to the cultural fabric of an already-interesting neighborhood. Can St. Paul stand the heat?
Alicia Lee explores the relationship between memory and smell, especially as it pertains to the complex scents found in bottles of wine.
While the weather hasn’t fully descended into freezing Minnesota winter yet, these cold nights call for a warm plate of homemade pasta.
Angelo Giovanis brings deep flavors and spice, and a sense of humor, from the Greek hills of Peloponessus to the cold streets of St. Paul.
“…the grape and place speak louder than the winemaker, like magic from a humble magician.”