March 2018 Edina Magazine

Food stories. Food photos. Recipe inspiration. Can you tell we love to eat? Other things we love in this issue include home design, fitness and race car driving!

Edina community members recommend books to read, wines to sip, and ways to care for your pets
Wondering what to do with leftovers? Garnish a cocktail in style, of course.
Up your appetizer game with Italian style starters and sippers.
Connect with friends at these neighborhood wine and beer tastings at Beaujo's Wine Bar & Bistro, and France 44
This April 7th at the Westin Edina Galleria will host a fashion show. Proceeds benefit the Edina Community Foundation's Connecting with Kids program.
Local photographer captures the contrasts of spring after seeing the work of another local photographer/
Max Peichel's love of toying around with mini cars grew into racing karts at a Cokato racetrack when he was about 11. But that wasn’t enough.
General contractor Samantha Grose takes on a standard rambler in need of some serious TLC in an extensive and impressive overhaul.
Lunds & Byerly's and Jerry's Foods have active blogs to help people get the best meals out of their ingredients
Estate sales through "The Gold Mine" put family histories and collectibles on display.
Entertaining ideas for a "slam dunk" March Madness viewing party.
Crime writer Jessica Ellis Lane, recipient of 2017 Eleanor Taylor Bland Award, moves to Edina for work and community.
The Bar Method, owned by Kayla O'Rourke, is located in the Centennial Lakes Plaza
Starving artist feeds a community’s soul with cooking classes.
Edina native Kit Treece is cast in the hit musical about the Four Seasons.
Teens learn to cook in family and consumer science classes.
Seasonal veggie selections for optimal taste and nutrition.
A simple gesture can have a big impact.
International Women's Day celebrated on March 8th
Diligent efforts lead to Bob Wilson's Lifetime Achievement Award
A focus on alternative options.