Culture Through Favorite Flavors

I learned the ropes of the kitchen with my maternal grandmother in Guatemala when I was a little girl. My

  • 01/26/2020

Native Foodways

I was born to a mother whose Dakota ancestry defined how she interacted with nature. It was inherent. Walks in

  • 01/26/2020

Action = Dining Out

In 2015, a local publication photographed an entirely male — and almost all white — line-up for the cover of

  • 01/26/2020
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Slowdown in the Kitchen With Mary Louise

Walnut potica (pronounced “po-teet-zah”) is a Slovenian sweet dough pastry. Potica was and remains a celebratory treat served at Christmas,

  • 11/26/2019

The Plant-Based Revolution

As an entrepreneur, Michelle Courtright has run a creative brand agency and owned the co-working space Flock. What she could

  • 04/01/2019

Kim Bartmann: Blunt Visionary

LGBTQ+ content is made possible by Ellie Krug As a kindergarten student in a diverse North Hollywood classroom in the 1960s,

  • 03/01/2019

Replacing Mortar and Pestle

Close to 800 million people are hungry. When we include indicators on malnutrition, the number is closer to two billion. The

  • 06/01/2018

Money Matters: Shaping the business of food

Gathering Momentum Out of the Kitchen A national gathering of Women Chefs & Restaurateurs (WCR) was held recently in the Twin Cities,

  • 06/01/2018

Is It Time to Redefine Sustainable?

In 1985, I spent the year living in Israel on a kibbutz. A kibbutz is a communal farm where every person

  • 06/01/2018

Support Minnesota’s Women Farmers

According to the Women Food & Ag Network (WFAN), it is estimated that women now own or co-own close to 50

  • 06/01/2018