Rustica

December 21 Tweet Rodeo

@The_Wedge links to an NYTimes article on cooking brunch for a crowd (they recommend baked eggs), @MarthaAndTom succinctly review the Bull Run / Rustica collaboration, @Sheelar fittingly gets a tattooed sleeve dedicated to baking (check out the pictures: 1 2 3 4 5), @FlatEarthBrew mixes up some wassail for the week, and @Amy_Boland writes a […]

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Salty Tart Fills the Rustica Void

It looks like the neighborhood can take off its mourning rags: as of last Tuesday, Michelle Gayer‘s Salty Tart (of Midtown Global Market) is supplying Java Jack’s — which continues to inhabit its 46th and Bryant space — with a variety of pastry, including scones, macaroons, croissants, cupcakes, cookies and breads. It is the baker’s […]

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December 2 Morning Roundup

Rachel reviews Anchor Fish and Chips, Thanksgiving sides by Katie, a video about the making of creamed honey, Edible Cities interviews Andrew Zimmern, Iggers tries and likes the grilled beef sandwich at Maashaa’allah restaurant, the old Rustica location memorialized, Simple, Good, and Tasty visits Thousand Hills Cattle Co., praise for the udon of Zen House […]

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Rustica Reopening Delayed

Pastrygrrl reports, “I tried to patronize the new Rustica today, Thursday the 19th. It appears they are not open…” The bakery, scheduled to reopen today, announced Wednesday via their website that they’ve encountered “a few obstacles that we have not overcome yet.” They plan to resume wholesale baking tomorrow (Friday the 20th) and tentatively reopen […]

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July 8 Morning Roundup Part II

Aurora, MN as seen via the bakery and burger joint, 550+ words about a guy ordering a Juicy Nookie and then failing to actually describe how it tastes (either the story’s charm or its downfall), more insight into the Rustica move from Rick, a hard cider roundup from The Captain’s Chair, a nice blurb on […]

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Rustica Relocates

Rustica, one of the leading bakeries in the Twin Cities (and home to the best local baguette as far as we could tell), is moving, reports Stephanie: They’ll be setting up shop in Calhoun Village (near Punch and Burger Jones) along with Bull Run Roasting Company, a coffee purveyor.

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