aprocaccini:

The Kenwood. Minneapolis.

Photographed for MSP Magazine. “Best of Breakfast”

Huevos Rancheros

thetomg:

This tenderloin was literally 10” across… #IOWA (at The Filling Station)

The cheese curds [at Cafe Maude] — the Faribault Dairy Caveman Curds ($6) — stopped us in our tracks. It was one of those moments when your companion casually takes a bite of food, then stops dead still, lets her eyes grow wide, and motions urgently that you must. try. this. now. — even before she finishes chewing. The crust was tempura-light and perfectly crispy, even when the curds cooled (and how on Earth did we even let them cool?), flecked with paprika and a hint of the North African spices that set Cafe Maude’s global comfort food apart. Dipped in the sweet and complex tomato coulis, they were perfect. Perfect.

millionsmillions:

What goes better together than wine and cheese? Authors and cheese. The Airship paired ten gourmet cheeses with famous writers. Virginia Woolf is goes well with a Bayley Hazen Blue. “This Stilton-like blue is a mix of narratives – the Mrs. Dalloway of cheeses, if you will.”

Try this at home!

George R. R. Martin = Red Dragon

Tao Lin = String cheese

Cheryl Strayed = Purple Haze

What's in Prince's Fridge? - The Heavy Table - Minneapolis-St. Paul and Upper Midwest Food Magazine and Blog

kbmurphy:

“Don’t know what 2 say about Dunk-a-roos. They’re just good! Sometimes you want a food that is comfortable and takes you back. For me, it’s those crazy little kangaroo crackers.”-Prince (emphasis mine)