Why You Should Learn the Heimlich and Morning Roundup Part 1
Captain’s Chair compiles a praise-filled roundup of Minnesota fresh hop ales, a massive Wisconsin-grown pumpkin, Perennial Plate covers the increasingly popular crop mob phenomenon, a recommendation to learn the Heimlich maneuver (yes, it can come in handy — even if you don’t have a school-aged child), Mississippi Market hosts a quinoa how-to class on Friday, and free coffee at Glaciers Cafe this morning only.
The daughter of an artist and a music teacher, Maja spent much of her childhood traveling the country in a rusty old van, attempting to model all of her father’s salable jewelry at the same time, and sampling the many edibles available both on the road and at the art fairs they visited. Though she now lives in Minneapolis, the coffee addiction and love for food that she picked up en route to one of their many destinations never left her. Between marketing work in the medical device industry and poring over the Harvard Business Review, she can typically be found holed up in her kitchen, baking bread every weekend and experimenting in between.
10/30/2012 by James Norton
Roasted chestnuts, Southwestern corn chowder, dry cured venison loin, kanelsnegle, tri-tip with secret sauce, and quinoa apple salad. Facebook Comments comments
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