Food & Drink

Man grilling hamburgers

The best way to cap a sunny summer day is with a scrumptious summer meal. And arguably the best place to prepare this summer meal is on the grill.

Catering season is in full swing, with spring celebrations and milestone events like graduation parties. Edina has some of the most renowned caterers in the Twin Cities.

Which came first, the chicken or the egg dish? Few foods have more versatility than eggs. We enjoy them fried, boiled, baked, whipped, coddled, scrambled, poached and basted. When it comes to eating, the egg possibilities are endless.

A sample of the pizza served at Mozza Mia.

Mozza Mia, the popular Italian restaurant at 50th and France, has rolled out a new feature this year.

The Edina area has no shortage of elegant fare that pleases the eye as well as the palate. Local restaurants and bakeries take pride in crafting creations worthy of both the most important formal occasions and simple, everyday splurges.

Minneapolitans with a sweet tooth who love Cocoa & Fig’s chocolates, cakes and bars can now visit the store’s Edina location on York Avenue and avoid battling downtown traffic and navigating the skyway to the original location on t

Hearty food takes a bite out of teeth-chattering, January cold. Northern European fare that celebrates the season with a touch of Scandinavian flavor is an edible cure for the winter doldrums. Root vegetables have a starchy consistency that makes any dish more filling.

Kids need to eat healthy food in order to learn in school.

At Tavern on France, build your own burger, and enjoy it with a gluten-free beer.

By now we know about the perils of gluten, and many of us can recite a compendium of gluten-related ailments. Restaurants were slow on the uptake; for a long time a gluten-averse person could safely choose either a simple hunk of meat and steamed veggies or a pile of salad.

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