Monthly Archives: May 2011

Kitchen Tips - June 2011

Posted on June 1, 2011

Summer has finally arrived in Minnesota, so what better way to enjoy this great weather than with a picnic. Whether it is on the deck in your backyard, at the beach or a local park, here are a few...
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Mad for Mangoes

Posted on June 1, 2011

On a recent trip to Mexico, I enjoyed sweet slices of mango every morning for breakfast. It might have been the warm, sunny mornings on the balcony looking at beautiful flowers and greenery in...
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Keep Fresh Vegetable at their Peak in Your Refrigerator

Posted on June 1, 2011

We love our fresh vegetables, but truth be told, these plants lose their nutritional value over time. Therefore, it is important that they be purchased and stored properly to get the most benefit....
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Cooking School: How To Tell When Your Foods Are Done

Posted on June 1, 2011

There is nothing more frustrating than spending time preparing something and then having it fail because it was either cooked too long or not long enough. To help solve this problem, we've put...
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Spice Primer: Peppercorns

Posted on June 1, 2011

Peppercorns have long been valued and were actually used as currency before they became a kitchen staple. In the 15th century, European sailors explored new routes in search of this and other exotic...
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Walleye - A Minnesota Favorite

Posted on May 13, 2011

The walleye is the most sought-after fish in Minnesota. Its thick, white fillets, handsome shape and coloring, and elusive nature make it the ultimate prize among anglers. Each year, anglers in...
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A Sure Sign of Spring: Locally Grown Rhubarb

Posted on May 1, 2011

Anyone that has a rhubarb plant in their backyard knows the joy of seeing these cherry-red stalks and green leaves begin to come to life each spring. Available locally, the peak season is from April...
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