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Minneapolis-St. Paul

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What Grilling Really Means in the Midwest and the South

Chef Thomas Boemer wants to set one assumption straight: Discussing Midwestern grilling in general is like lumping all Southern desserts together, from Key lime pie to beignets. You just can't do it...
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Babani's & Sawatdee, Downtown St Paul

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by Wanda 10 years ago

While visiting St Paul we had dinner in two downtown ethnic restaurants near our hotel, one good, one a bit poor. Thumbs up for Babani's, the Kurdish restaurant on St Peter St near W 10th. Food was...

Where to get great citrus fruit in Minneapolis?

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by soccermom13 27 days ago

I read an article on mail-ordering great citrus from California and Florida. I was tempted to order, but the shipping charges were steep and I hate to add more carbon to the environment. Wha...

Minnesota State fair - any coan't misses?

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by Enfielder 10 years ago

I'm making my first trip to the Minnesota State Fair this year - the number of foods is a bit overwhelming. I''m hoping the Chowhound comunity can help me come up with a short list. Any things I ...

Pocket Bread not just Pita

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by ibew292 5 months ago

Looking for a local place to buy Pocket Bread freshly baked......

Anyone remember Rocco's in St Paul in the 70s?

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by swingin70s 6 years ago

Not exactly a food quest, but I wonder if anyone remembers it. A mighty busy place, now long gone!

Recipe search

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by intrepid artist 9 months ago

I used to work at the Marriott near the airport back in the 1980's. They made danish from scratch in-house. It was the best! Does anyone have the recipe? It can be in baker's % or large amounts; I ...

Kramarczuk's now closed

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by ChancesR 10 months ago

I see that in light of our pandemic, Kramarczuk's has decided to cease operations. Let's hope they are able to reopen after this Covid outbreak has passed. Of course their restaurant was great,...

Gourmet Food for Train Trip

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by Budstone 1 year ago

looking at the Empire Builder train ride from Chicago to Seattle and would like ideas for really good gourmet food for the trip. Will be taking a collapsable cooler and dry ice. Can you sneak (like...

Doner Kabob in The Cities?

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by Phunnyfarm 9 years ago

My wife talks about getting a Doner Kabob in Vienna when she was in college, and it sounds like it's practically the national food of Germany right now (even though it's originally Turkish). I...

Finger Limes

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by ibew292 1 year ago

Anyone seen them for sale in the Twin Cities? Thanks in advance.

Small bakery cake

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by soccermom13 1 year ago

I want to purchase a small cake from a bakery to take to a restaurant. It will be served after we eat to celebrate two major events in our family. I have checked with the restaurant and they allow...

Favorite restaurants from the past

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by jeff55432 8 years ago

Today I was driving down Central Ave., and I passed by the old Pannekucken (sp?) building which, in recent years, has been occupied by various Indian restaurants with little to no success. Anyway,...

Magic Noodle

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by discus 1 year ago

Speaking as a first generation Chinese immigrant, the noodle dishes here are 100% authentic. Maybe too authentic for an American palate, one of the noodles had a Chinese herbal medicine flavor, bu...

Bubbies Sauerkraut: OMG, This Stuff Is Really Good!

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by soccermom13 2 years ago

I finally bought a jar, and it's fabulous. I've eaten about half the 25 oz jar since I bought it earlier today. But it's really pricey---I paid $7 for it at Whole Paycheck and it's just cabbage, ...

Sandwich Loaf...Where to buy?

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by ibew292 4 years ago

My sister is having a party and wants to serve a Sandwich Loaf. The only place she can find on made in a commercial kitchen is Jerry's foods and she thinke $70 for one is to much. does anyone kown ...

Tahini

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by soccermom13 1 year ago

I am looking for excellent tahini. I've read that Soom and Ziyad brands are good, but I don't know where to find them. I looked at Eastside Co-op and Holyland on Central Ave with no luck. Holyla...

Sankio Noodles?

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by Atomic27 1 year ago

Where I'm from, the Sankio noodle brand is fairly commonplace. They're perfect for making soups for several reasons -- they don't lose their bounce and texture after cooking, they hit a sweet spot ...

Kapsalon in the Twin Cities (Minneapolis-St.Paul)?

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by ebpa 1 year ago

Are there any restaurants in the Twin Cities area that serve Kapsalon (the Dutch poutine-like dish)? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kapsalon