Stephanie Hansen is serving up the ultimate cheesy Beer Cheese Dip in this halftime edition of Taste Buds.
One of the Twin Cities top chefs has opened a new restaurant in a familiar space. James Beard Award winner, Ann Kim, has flipped her uptown eatery from Sooki & Mimi to Kim’s. There’s a new mural, new name, new menu and new themed basement bar called Bronto Bar. It’s an ode to things that are extinct. The Korean American restaurant menu reflects Kim’s heritage and cultural journey. It’s open seven days a week from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Bronto Bar is open Thursday through Saturday. Kim’s is located at 1432 W 3st St. in Uptown.
In all her years of home cooking, Stephanie has somehow avoided roasting a Turkey. The job usually falls on her husband, Kurt, but that’s all about to change because Stephanie is hosting her first Friendsgiving. Wielding a 16-pound bird and several ounces of ambition, Stephanie prepares her first-ever turkey, whips up macaroni and cheese, and makes orange cranberry sauce for her foodie friend, Joy Altmann, and Jason Matheson and Jeff Orcutt from The Jason Show.
Stephanie Hansen is serving up an easy, creamy, and spicy pickle dip in this halftime edition of Taste Buds. For more episodes of Taste Buds, download the FOX LOCAL application for your smart TV. You can find instructions on how to do that here.
A new speakeasy-style cantina is set to open in Minneapolis on Nov. 10. Masa & Agave is coming to the basement of the historic Hotel Ivy this month with small plates, a selection of more than 200 agave spirits, and craft cocktails.
App users can pick up surprise bags of food that didn't sell during business hours at deeply discounted prices.
A new food app is offering deals on food that goes unsold during normal business hours at restaurants in the Twin Cities.
Stephanie visits James Beard Award Winning Chef Sean Sherman at his Indigenous Food Lab in the Midtown Global Market. Sean is also on the TIME 100 Most Influential People of 2023 list, and recently won the Julia Child Award. He shares his knowledge of indigenous foods with Stephanie while cooking bison tacos, and offers his advice for families looking to honor Indigenous communities during the holidays. While at the market, Stephanie purchases Red Lake Nation Wild Rice and heads home to create a wild rice stuffing made entirely of Indigenous ingredients.
Stephanie Hansen is serving up a fresh take on mozzarella pizza rolls in this special halftime edition of Taste Buds.
Minnesota-based Stalk & Spade is closing all three of its vegan restaurants, the chain announced Wednesday.
Overnight someone broke into five of the small business' food trucks, as well as a trailer, stealing a generator, a bunch of power tools, and a car jump starter.
For a second time in month, overnight someone broke into five of the small business' food trucks, as well as a trailer, stealing a generator, a bunch of power tools, and a car jump starter.
Stephanie preps for a Halloween party with Vanessa Drews, owner of Cheesecake Funk. Vanessa’s made-from-scratch cheesecakes feature mounds of whipped cream and memorable flavors that captured the attention of Prince at Paisley Park. In this episode, she whips up a pumpkin cheesecake that is scary delicious. Create your own killer Halloween party with one of Vanessa’s cheesecakes, Stephanie’s savory stuffed pumpkin, and boozy crockpot apple cider.
A popular restaurant in Minneapolis and St. Paul is expanding to its first location in the suburbs. Owner and founder Alex Roberts talks to FOX 9’s Shayne Wells about the decision, and plans for the future.
Its closure leaves Minneapolis with just one White Castle location.
The chill in the air can only mean one thing: apple season! Stephanie visits Sweetland Orchard to taste their apples and popular hard ciders, including Cherry Rhubarb, Northern Spy, and Scrumpy Original. Sweetland also creates iced ciders through a freeze/thaw process during winter. We tried a variety of Borealis Winter Reserve, as well as Pommeau, a newer item for the orchard. The donuts, chickens, and pigs were quite a bonus, too.
After surviving COVID and the mandated shutdowns that came with it, we thought we had made it through the darkest days hospitality would ever see. In many ways, this is worse," the post reads.
Stephanie Hansen is whipping up Sloppy Joe Sliders for game day in this special halftime edition of Taste Buds.
Its opening represents a dream the couple worked hard to achieve, and a bit of fate for the couple themselves.
Melissa Borgmann-Kiemde, Francois Kiemde and Minneapolis Council Member Michael Rainville held a ribbon cutting early Thursday morning for the grand opening of La Boulangerie Marguerite in Northeast Minneapolis.