Food & Drink

Some celebration is in order with the 52nd Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis in February.

During the lull between New Year’s and the Super Bowl, a reckoning with food begins. For many, January often means a commitment to healthier eating. Why not get off to a good start with granola? Delicious whole grains, nuts and fruits have the added boost of staying power.

The holiday season is a time for tradition. Some traditions are adapted from those fun things we see others do that we want to include in our own festivities.
Since 2014, CoV has been serving the Lake Minnetonka crowd delicious eats from a charming, coastal-inspired wharf in Wayzata.

Break out the party hats and stir sticks, because it’s time to celebrate. International Coffee Day is October 1.

Patisserie Margo has all things pumpkin spice. Pumpkin tarts, pumpkin macarons, pumpkin craisin muffins, pumpkin and vanilla swirl cheesecake and pumpkin cookies with maple icing.

With ingredients like rose petals, angelica, and lemon, Old Diamond Wedding Gin is not your average distilled spirit.  

Many communities are built around sharing a meal. The idea of breaking bread with your friends and family on holidays and to commemorate or celebrate major life events is deeply woven into our culture.

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