Category: Food

Unicorn Drink

Unicorn Drink

NEW YORK (AP) – The popular coffee shop Starbucks, is releasing a new limited-time beverage that will debut Wednesday, April 19th. The drink will be called the Unicorn Frappuccino and will be a sweet and fruity beverage. The Unicorn Frappuccino will be sold nationwide until Sunday. The drink changes colors and flavors when you stir the beverage. The colorful drink […]

Read more ›

Food Insecurity Panel

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Today experts around the St. Cloud community gathered together at Atwood Memorial Center to discuss the issue of “good food”. This discussion included topics like the best time to farm, how to get the most out of your food, and how food security has become a national issue. The panel consisted of organizers of different charities […]

Read more ›
Heavy rains causing slow harvest in central Minnesota

Heavy rains causing slow harvest in central Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn -The recent heavy rains in central and southern Minnesota have put a strain on farmers as harvesting season is upon them. Farmers are concerned that the excess rain could cause mold in corn and soybeans, stalk problems in corn and rot caused by wet soil. The thunderstorms last week lead to wet fields and flooding in some […]

Read more ›
Recall on Frozen Waffles

Recall on Frozen Waffles

Lovers of Eggo Waffles will need to double check their frozen goods before consuming. Kellogg has announced a recall of over 10,000 frozen waffles. Although, not all Eggo Waffles are affected by this recall. The recall applies only to the Nutri-Grain Whole Wheat Waffles. Kellogg says that the Nutri-Grain waffles could potentially be contaminated with Listeria. Healthy individuals may only […]

Read more ›
Local restaurant damaged after fire

Local restaurant damaged after fire

ST. CLOUD, Minn- A St. Cloud restaurant is in recovery today after facing a large kitchen fire last evening. Perkins Restaurant, located near The Crossroads Center, reported a fire at 5:47 p.m. last night. St. Cloud Fire Department was on the scene for around three hours, during which, flames reached a height of ten feet. The fire apparently started in […]

Read more ›
Community Garden Needing Help

Community Garden Needing Help

St. Cloud, MN – They say April showers bring May flowers. But along with the flowers comes along a fresh new batch of vegetables within the community garden on the St. Cloud state campus. Located right next the Women’s Center on 5th avenue, the community garden hold a wide variety of vegetables. From carrots and tomatoes, to flowers and lettuce, this […]

Read more ›
A Bakery Closer Than You Think

A Bakery Closer Than You Think

COLD SPRING, Minnesota – The Cold Spring Bakery was opened in 1946 by the current owner, Dale Schurman’s father. The original location was where the Red River Inn kitchen is today and after that bakery was torn down in 1949, the first section of the current bakery was built. Since then, the Cold Spring Bakery has been added on several […]

Read more ›
Twins stadium new food

Twins stadium new food

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – The Minnesota Twins are gearing up for the home opener, April 11th. However, this season they will be serving up more than home runs. The Twins revealed their new food options that will be available at Target Field in Minneapolis. Although the hot dog is a standard for stadiums, new food combinations include pretzels and bacon, chicken wings […]

Read more ›
Collecting Sweet Success

Collecting Sweet Success

ST. JOSEPH, Minnesota – It’s getting to be that time of year, when trees begin to bud out and folks who enjoy the outdoors venture outside to explore once again. In St. Joseph, one family has a long history of heading out into the woods, and collecting one of natures sweetest treats. “A lot of years it’s deep snow and we […]

Read more ›
“Three Rules: Local, Fresh and Organic”

“Three Rules: Local, Fresh and Organic”

DULUTH, Minnesota- A diner in Duluth has cooking up their food in style. It all started in 1991 when the Hanson family had a great idea to start a food business. After a couple of years they realized they weren’t serving real food anymore and everything started to come out of a box. “We started re branding our selves and […]

Read more ›