Food & Drink
Unsuspecting mothers Amy Salama and Louise Swenka had no idea that chaperoning their children’s school field trip would turn into a business idea, but here they are, three years later, co-owners of Wired Robin in downtown Hudson.
Years ago in a bible study for moms, I remember one of my favorite portions of the morning included learning cooking, parenting and homemaking tips from other, more experienced mothers. Many shared recipes during this time and I’ve still got my sugar smudged copy of this terrific pie recipe.
I recently stopped in for a nightcap with a friend at Brick & Bourbon in Stillwater, established just last year by Gary Sivyer and partners Branden Warner and Adam Dreher (the space that formerly housed The
The Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh once composed the lines: O commemorate me where there is water, Canal water, preferably, so stillyGreeny at the heart of summer …He wrote these lines on the Grand Canal in Dublin, and it’s not hard to draw comparisons to the town of Hudson.
Few would disagree that Hudson’s downtown has become a bona fide culinary destination. Twin Cities dwellers can come for the river, hit a few shops or an event and stick around for dinner.
While Mom tends to be the unsung hero of the home, chances are she has some opinions about how she’d like to be pampered this month.
The secret behind Sara’s Tipsy Pies is an incredible crust. The crust is so important to Sara Hayden, founder and co-owner of the St.
Many a morning patron to Chilkoot Café and Cyclery in Stillwater recognizes the value of a neighborhood gathering space. Regulars frequent this corner shop kitty-cross form Meister’s on South Fourth Street in Stillwater.