Food & Drink

A bowl of pierogi.

Natasha’s Pierogi offers soul-warming fare.

A welcome twist on the familiar Thanksgiving sides

Are you looking to add a twist to the traditional Thanksgiving feast? Look no further. Aaron Sorenson of Lunds & Byerlys sets us up with a few fun dishes that will have you and your family coming back
for seconds!

Pizza is a universally loved food throughout the U.S.,  and it’s no different in Plymouth. The combination of dough, cheese and sauce creates a delicious concoction that we keep coming back for.

Pasta and chocolate fall onto many people’s lists of favorite foods. Have you ever thought about where the equipment used to fabricate the products is designed and built?

A crisp October evening is best spent curled up with a warm beverage and a good book and we have just the recommendation for you. Leave No Trace by Mindy Mejia centers around a father and son who go missing in the wilderness of the Boundary Waters.

The modern Bloody Mary is a wonder to behold and a brunch favorite. Here’s what you will need to set up your very own Bloody Mary bar:

• Bloody Marys mix, homemade or premade.
• Olives
• Lemons
• Limes
• Pickles
• Hot Sauce
• Worcestershire sauce

As you gear up for the coming fall festivities, Lunds and Byerlys has got you covered as far as fabulous snack recipes go. Follow this easy recipe for classic chicken wings for smiling faces and satisfied stomachs!

Classic Chicken Wings

Plymouth resident Steve Greenberg’s cooking journey began with scenes that sound like they could come out of a Shakespearean tragicomedy. Every year for the Jewish High Holidays, Greenberg’s family would gather and enjoy the traditional Eastern European food that they cherished.

Plymouth resident Joyce Greene is from an Ashkenazi-Jewish family (Ashkenazim are Jews descended from Germany and Eastern Europe.)  She grew up celebrating holidays with the traditional foods from her culture—with most of the fare involving beef or chicken.  As an adult with a home of her own, Gr

Farmers Markets are great for buying fresh fruits and vegetables, and there’s no better time than September to take advantage of the best the market has to offer.

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