The Churn: A Bibimbap Battle and More

Julie Boehmer / Heavy Table

Sun Street Breads suspends its dinner service to concentrate on bakery and daytime service (and more food news from Stephanie March). DeRusha gives a mixed-trending-positive review to the Chef Ben Jacoby incarnation of The Craftsman (here’s our recent review of their sumac cocktail). Rachel offers some holiday dining recommendations including bibimbap at Dong Yang (pictured above); the guys at Canis Hoopus present an epic, multi-restaurant bibimbap roundup (here’s our take on the subject). Champions Sports Bar & Grill files suit against the City of Minneapolis, alleging that the city is discriminating against the establishment because the clientele is largely black. The artist WACSO visits Las Teresitas Mexican Grill. Seasonal beer offerings from Schell’s, Town Hall, and more, and a brew-focused Q&A with Wisconsin’s Beer Baron. Plus a slew of Wisconsin products are named as Good Food Awards finalists (including Uplands cheese and Underground meats). Repping Minnesota: just HeathGlen Organic Farm and Kitchen’s Raspberry Chambord. It seems as though we’ve got some self-promotional work to do.

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James Norton is editor and co-founder of the Heavy Table. He is also the co-author of Lake Superior Flavors, the co-author of a book about Wisconsin’s master cheesemakers, and a regular on-air contributor to Minnesota Public Radio.

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