Let's see: milk, bread, a head of lettuce -- and how about some workspace that doesn't involve shoving the toaster and the food processor out of the way three times a day? Maybe some storage you can reach into without being on all fours?
As spring takes its sweet time to flourish in Minnesota, one common bond that unites us all is the urge for spring and summer foods including savory sauces and soups, crispy salads and delectable desserts.
Historic deaths and debauchery, outdoor concerts and plays, hip shops and good food are just a few of the things I enjoyed on my trip last fall to Winnipeg, Canada, an eight-hour drive north from the Twin Cities. The historic city is clean, and people are friendly.
Keeping your family happily and healthfully satiated can be easier than you may think, if you follow a few simple steps from certified nutritional consultant, cookbook author and awardwinning journalist Janet Zappala: