“What you eat can impact your overall health,” says Emily Maxson, a Plymouth food blogger and the author of Emily’s Fresh Kitchen Cookbook.
Food & Drink
There is no shortage of great restaurants in Plymouth. No matter what strikes your fancy, when hunger hits, there are many palate pleasers to choose from.
Warm weather is slowly but surely making its way to Minnesota. By the end of the month, summer will be in full swing.
Summer has stretched out its limbs and settled into the Plymouth landscape—bringing with it bare feet, warm evenings and sizzling sidewalks, sometimes hot enough to fry an egg on. Summer also brings another delight for the senses—craft beers.
Give us this day our daily sandwiches and make them Be’Wiched. The clever hint of a sandwich in the name fits the chic character of the deli. “You think it’s hard naming a kid or a dog?” owner Michael Ryan says.
Looking for some local refreshing favorites? Haskells recommends a Fulton Standard Lager or Bent Paddle Golden IPA, two favorite summertime craft brews.
There is no better sign that summer is on the way than the smell of grilled food. Von Hanson’s Meats offers this advice on steaks to take your grilling expertise up a notch.
Now that their first restaurant—Rock Elm Tavern in Plymouth—is well established, co-owners and longtime local friends Troy Reding and Brad Sorenson are soaring into new territories.
Thai Table owner and longtime Plymouth resident Len Muehleisen knows Thai food can be intimidating for Minnesotans, but he points out that only a few of the restaurant’s menu items are inherently spicy.
Feel free to showcase some creativity in pairing cheese and wine. “There are no general rules here.
Why have just one meal when you can try a bit of everything by sharing? Two local restaurants offer their take on a spread for four that’s meant to be shared or served family style. Here are some tasty-sounding meal ideas that start with appetizers and end with delicious desserts.