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Good Question: What Does Organic Actually Mean?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture started regulating the use of the word “organic” on foods in 2002. Since then, there’s been huge growth in that category.  419 more words


Yours to Keep (Kowalski Family #3) by Shannon Stacey

Get the Klennex, I’m about to lose my shit!

I think the book blurb is misleading in setting up the plot as the hero isn’t actually keen to go along with the plan. 384 more words


Obsessed...with Kowalski's

Yesterday I took my first official grocery trip as a chef (is that a thing? I’m making that a thing). After work I decided to stop by Kowalski’s on my way home, since I needed some fresh meat and veggies for dinner this week. 405 more words


Where to get what: A Minneapolis grocery store breakdown

With rising food costs, any penny is worth saving. There are, of course, the obvious ways to save: coupon clipping, planning meals around what’s on sale, etc. 319 more words


Charlotte doesn't pass my 'plastic bag' test...

Today’s post/rant won’t be for anyone sensitive to criticism of my adopted home base of Charlotte, North Carolina.

I spent a recent long weekend in St. 552 more words

Twilight zone shopping trip

What is happening to me? I just went to the grocery store I’ve gone to for years, and I left bewildered. I wonder if this is how visiting Germans feel. 1,290 more words


Grilling Desserts And Salads With Chef Rachael Perron

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There’s nothing like grilling during the summertime, but you don’t have to limit yourself to just meat, according to Chef Rachael Perron from Kowalski’s. 252 more words