One of the best parts of living in Minneapolis is that access to the infamous Ju(i)cy Lucy is almost too easy. They’re everywhere (even though we all know there’s really only one true spot to nab one and it’s the one without the “i”). The Lucy, outside of the Twin Cities, however, is a bit of a mystery so when the folks over at Food52 reached out to me to write a Superbowl week travel/food post for…"Classic Minneapolis Style Jucy Lucy"
Let’s face it; some nights you just want something sticky. Something sweet, yet savory. Something that’s a mouth punch of a meal and this one folks, this one is definitely that. Mahi mahi is a great and much-beloved fish, but its firm meatiness makes it fantastic for the teriyaki treatment. This is a great and super simple recipe that’s perfect for weeknights or a little weekend entertaining. Serve alongside steamed rice and some roasted bok choy or broccoli…"Teriyaki Mahi Mahi"
Let’s face it; cocktails are delicious. At least they are for those of us who choose to actually imbibe, but if you’re not into that kind of thing, have no fear, I’m sure I’ll do some kind of awesome mocktail recipes at some point in the near future. This cocktail is actually one I had come up with a few years ago and had posted on the old FoodStoned site way back in the day.…"The Guild: A Toast to Cocktails"
Without question, one of the biggest eating days of the year has got to be Thanksgiving (if you live in the United States and celebrate that kind of thing anyway). The problem with huge eating days of any kind is that they rarely start off with a reasonable breakfast or pre-face stuffing meal. All too many people wait out the day for the inevitable feast to come and then they stuff themselves, completely unprepared. I…"The Wonders of a Spanish Tortilla (with Tomato Cream Hollandaise)"