Monthly Archives: December 2012

Wake Up To a Bakery-Fresh Breakfast

Posted on December 1, 2012

Whether you're putting out a simple morning spread for overnight guests or just looking for something delicious any day of the week, make the Bakery Department your first stop. Our vast breakfast...
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Appetizing Apps: Dips and Spreads

Posted on December 1, 2012

Entertaining is often synonymous with parties, and parties usually mean dip. Whether it's a cheese dip, onion dip or hummus, it's not a party unless you've got somewhere to stick your crackers,...
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Healthy Swaps

Posted on December 1, 2012

Suggestions for healthy ingredient swaps aren't terribly hard to come by, but they don't work for every type of recipe. Knowing when and where to make a substitute can mean the difference between a...

Shop Talk with KFAN's Dan Cole

Posted on December 1, 2012

This isn't a story about sports or sandwiches. In fact, the topics never came up in my recent conversation with KFAN's Dan Cole, a.k.a. "The Common Man." When I catch up with him, he's come from his...
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Port - A Drink For The Season

Posted on December 1, 2012

Few wines are savored as easily as a glass of Port. There is something inherently warming and sophisticated about Port that even non-connoisseurs can appreciate. However, with its unique...

Ask Chef Rachael - December 2012

Posted on December 1, 2012

Q. I have a recipe that calls for me to put the food on a "warm platter." What does that mean?A. It might just be a nice touch suggested by the recipe's author (it does sound nice to get a hot meal...

Getting Personal - December 2012

Posted on December 1, 2012

Years ago, I traveled to Figline Valdarno, Tuscany, Italy, to learn at the hands of Claudio Piantini and work in his charming ristorante, il Torre Guelfa. While Chef Claudio spoke little English...

Kitchen Tips - December 2012

Posted on December 1, 2012

In recipes calling for pumpkin pie spice, you can substitute 1/2 as much cinnamon plus 1/4 as much each nutmeg and ground ginger and a dash of cloves (if desired).Swap frozen edamame for frozen peas...
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Signature Product Focus: Kowalski's Morning Buns

Posted on December 1, 2012

They're everyone's favorite! Kowalski's Morning Buns are our signature breakfast option: tender, flaky, buttery pastries rolled in our own special cinnamon-sugar mixture. These hard to define but...
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Minneapolis' Urban Saint - Mary Jo Copeland

Posted on December 1, 2012

She's been called Minnesota's Mother Theresa, featured in numerous national publications from Good Housekeeping to People. The people on the streets of Minneapolis call her their "street mother." She...
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