There is simply nothing better than a mouthwatering, juicy steak. Choose certified Angus beef in three choice cuts at Crave: beef medallions, ribeye or filet mignon, all served with delectable roasted potatoes and vegetables.
As Minnesotans, there are certain foods that we can claim as a birthright, traditional recipes that define the 32nd state with button-bursting pride, as well as a heaping side dish of mockery. Hotdish anyone? Maybe a slab of lutefisk?
With Edina Community Education cooking classes disrupted this fall due to construction and renovation of facilities, what’s a culinary hopeful to do? Fear not. Excellent learning opportunities abound for wannabes as well as experienced chefs.
More than 350 doctors and medical office staff see close to 500 patients a day at the Edina offices of Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), an orthopedic urgent care, same-day surgery and physical therapy facility on West 65th Street in Edina.
Entertaining can be so much easier when guests bring a dish to share. But do you occasionally get stumped over what to bring? No worries. We asked around and came up with a few recipes that will likely become your potluck standbys for those occasions when you’re asked to bring a dish to pass.
Slide open the sunroof and crank up the heat. It’s October in Minnesota. Whether that means tailgating, stirring up a cozy meal, baking bread, or dipping caramel apples, our local grocers have plenty of fun fall foods to fill your basket.
Edina resident Cathy Cella has been active in the community for 33 years and she isn’t planning on slowing down anytime soon. Because of this, she was awarded a Connecting with Kids Leadership Award last spring.
When asked what inspired Jerry Olafson to re-publish The Adventures of Happy Bunny, the answer was simple: his mother. In honor of her 100th birthday, Olafson thought it would be fitting to “freshen up and re-publish” the story that was read to him so many times as a child.
Edina Community Lutheran Church has been undergoing a renovation and expansion since October 2015. “The church had old infrastructure and needed more educational space and a lot of updating was needed,” says Erik Strand, one of two pastors at Edina Community Lutheran Church.