Tricia has been called the mother of “world-class veggie eaters” in the Star Tribune (that is patently untrue) and an “industrious home cook” in the New York Times (true, but was it a compliment?). She loves Brussels sprouts, hates squash, and would choose salty and sour flavors over sweet just about any day. She is the author of Eat More Vegetables, published by the Minnesota Historical Society Press in 2012, and The Minnesota Farmers Market Cookbook, published by Voyageur Press in 2014.
You can get a serious crawfish po’ boy at Minnehaha Falls. At Lake Calhoun, you can get a fresh, flaky battered fish sandwich that even coastal dwellers would crave. The seasonal restaurants at both Minneapolis parks, Sea Salt and Tin Fish respectively, have become destinations separate from the charms of the parks themselves. But, except […]More