Posts tagged "Minneapolis"
Minneapolis Icons Not To Be Missed

Minneapolis Icons Not To Be Missed

Sausages! Kramarczuk’s has all the Eastern European favorites in NE Minneapolis. Since 1954, the Ukrainian family has been serving cabbage rolls, sauerkraut, German potato salad and borscht. So many old time foods, sausages, bakery and deli items and I loaded up my luggage to bring home as much as I could.  I was really excited...
Cookies and a Bakery You Can't Miss

Cookies and a Bakery You Can’t Miss

Did someone say it’s National Cookie Day? Here it is, the best cookie in America according to Time Out publication. In 2016 Tina Rexing’s sea salt caramel chocolate chip won best cookie and she even makes them in 5lb shapes for weddings. She showed me her old oven which made small batches and now she...
Exploring bakeries and lakes in Minneapolis

Exploring bakeries and lakes in Minneapolis

Dan Swenson-Klatt owns Butter Bakery and showed us his 2 best sellers, an eclair and a biscuit. His locally sourced bakery uses all butter and the proof is in the goods! The Biscuits were recognized as Minnesota’s special biscuit on the Travel Channel, a proud claim to fame. He told me they are made with...
Juicy Lucy burger made Minneapolis famous

Juicy Lucy burger made Minneapolis famous

A native Minnesotan told me I had to eat a “Jucy Lucy” and Matt’s Bar and Grill was recommended. Just what is a Juicy Lucy and why is it famous?  Places in Minneapolis began making the burger by stuffing a hamburger patty with cheese in the center and hand sealing the patty. Matt’s is one...
Global Market in Minneapolis offers International flair and apples

Global Market in Minneapolis offers International flair and apples

This old Sears and Roebuck’s building has rebounded for the community and became Midtown Global Market on E. Lake St. Inside are markets and restaurants such as Moroccan Flavors. Owner Raja stirred her aromatic hot dishes and then poured me a cup of mint tea which was unlike any mint tea I’ve had. Then I...
Ingebretsen's in Minneapolis is a Scandinavian treasure

Ingebretsen’s in Minneapolis is a Scandinavian treasure

Since I was headed to Minneapolis, my friend who grew up there, gave me a list of places to visit and of course, eat. Ingebretsen’s is all things Scandinavian since 1921.  I arrived on a Saturday morning and people were lined up at the meat counter.  They bought big amounts of Swedish meatball mix and...