February/March 2020

If you’re craving comfort foods, we have lots to share with you in this issue. But don’t worry. We balanced our “nutritional” content with some good advice for living healthy!

Medina Play for P.I.N.K.’s 2019 event, attended by 250 people, was held on October 4 at the Medina Golf & Country Club. The event raised $40,000 for breast cancer research.

Wine Folly by Madeline Puckette and Justin Hammack

Twin Cities wine expert Nikki Erpelding shares some of her favorite books filled with wine knowledge.

Chocolate, cheese and wine

Liven up your wine party with a little cheese and chocolate.

A variety of restaurant foods, all coordinated through new app Fooda

Let’s face it—bringing our own lunch to work can get boring. Enter Fooda, an app that brings restaurants to work, which launched in Plymouth in September in the Jet 55 Corporate Center on Highway 55.

A plate full of healthy, green food options like kiwis, apples, peas, limes and more.

Two local experts offer tips for good nutrition and healthy living for growing families on-the-go.

Heart-shaped cookies cut out of a piece of dough

Plymouth resident offers cooking and food styling tips.

Plymouth resident Sarah Eigenmann practices Pilates.

Sarah Eigenmann says anyone, at any stage of life, can benefit from Pilates.

Vegan chocolate chip cookies by Hope's Vegan Kitchen.

One taste of Hope Vegan Kitchen's baked goodies will have even sworn carnivores waiting for their next fix.

Two hands hold a smore.

Helping Hand by Scott Mohn won third place in the “Activity and Events” category of 2019’s Picture Plymouth photo contest.

A rendering of the additions coming to Plymouth Creek Center

Construction of an 80,000-square foot addition to Plymouth Creek Center is set to begin later this year.

A representative of Days for Girls teaches Haitian girls about menstrual hygiene products.

Dr. Leslee Jaeger and her sewing group partnered with Days for Girls to help women in Haiti get better access to hygiene products.