Celebrate your new home purchase with some affordable and modern furniture items from Cooks of Crocus Hill in Minneapolis.
Update your kitchen with some of the latest kitchen gadgets and tools available.
Here you can find a range of nearby parking spots, which helps make your commute less stressful.
Find just the right furnishing for your home. Cooks of Crocus Hill has it all.
For Asian-inspired fare at its best, Asian Culinary Arts Institutes in Minneapolis serves a unique blend of flavors to those searching for something a little less traditional.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Asian Culinary Arts Institutes offers catering.
At Asian Culinary Arts Institutes, drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area.
Asian Culinary Arts Institutes is what happens when cooks get creative with Asian cuisine, so get ready for pure deliciousness (and a medley of global flavors).
Bread at Socialegourmet Make and Take is absolutely delicious.
Dairy is packed with the essential nutrients your body craves, so help yourself out. Dairy products have everything you need.
Planning a movie night? Stock up on all of your favorite snacks and munch and crunch all night long.
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The produce available here is a great side to any meal in need of some fresh nutrients.
All the supplies you need to make a craveworthy dessert are here.
You'll be amazed at how delicious the canned food is when you purchase it from Socialegourmet Make and Take.
The drinks available here are a great way to restore your body's natural balance, so start sipping.
When you're looking for a little tart flavor to add to your meal, you'll want to grab some vinegar. For something a little more savory, that definitely calls for oil. When you shop here, you can stock up on either to ensure your food is tart and savory in equal measures.
If no-muss, no-fuss is your kind of attitude, a delicious TV dinner may be right up your alley.
Looking for comfort food? What's better than spaghetti or a savory pasta dish? Grab some of this pasta today and your next meal will be on-point!
A staple in every household, cereal is sure to please every palate in the family.
Grab any spices and seasonings you need to cook a gourmet dinner here.
Whether you need some snacks for the big game or a quick dinner option, the frozen foods from here are sure to suit your needs.
Take a dive and swim away with some succulent fish. It's a great source of protein for your next meal!
More often than not, their patrons leave with the best, delicious meats the city has to offer.
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When she’s not hosting radio shows, serving meals at local shelters, or blogging for Minneapolis St. Paul magazine's Foodie File, Le Cordon Bleu–trained chef Marianne Miller helms Saga Hill Cooking & Events. She describes her style as "audacious, yet feminine," adding, "my preparations are often bold, but with a light-handed approach that brings out the natural flavors in each dish." Alongside her staff, she leads culinary classes and parties that shy from incorporating fad kitchen gadgets or diets. Instead, their goal is to teach practical, science-based cooking techniques that can help students prepare simple meals, gourmet treats, or decadent brown-bag lunches.
After cooking at her family's restaurant for 20 years, Nina Wong struck out on her own with Chin Dian Café in 2005. Her new restaurant swiftly accumulated loyal fans, who'd crowd the dining room
ordering their favorites and sampling dish after dish. And while it's not uncommon for diners to request to-go bags for their leftovers, at Chin Dian Café, servers started reporting something unexpected: customers wanted to take home bottles upon bottles of Chef Wong's sauces. Her signature ginger syrup got raves, her black stir-fry sauce was applauded, and her dumpling sauce was poured into handbags by the spoonful.
Chef Wong heard their enthusiasm—and answered it by creating her own line of syrups and sauces. But the more ambitious home chefs among her fan base were still not satisfied and
wanted to learn her recipes. That's how she came to open Nina Wong Cooking Studio, where she now teaches enrollees to craft spring rolls and other dishes in her hands-on classes.
Kitchen Window, much like an extravagant meal, is the product of combining simple ingredients with elaborate culinary techniques. The original store was no more than 1,200 square feet, containing a small demonstration kitchen and modest, yet high-quality, collection of kitchen utensils. The staff's dedication to their craft brought customers through the doors, and as word grew of the shop, so too did its offerings; small demonstrations became cooking classes and the stock of cooking equipment grew. Today, Kitchen Window spans 20,000 square feet of space, which contains not only 16,000 products and two cooking-demo stations, but also an outdoor classroom with more than 20 grills where students can practice preparing steak and marshmallows. Instructors inside the cooking school lead dozens of culinary sessions, from basic knife-skills classes to deep-dish baking sessions and grilling expos.