Taste editor


Book highlights 7 immigrant women who changed the way Americans see food

The author looks at our culinary past and asks, who does history remember? Not every cook gets equal billing, and that especially relates to women.


Review: 'Finding Freedom,' by Erin French

Finding FreedomBy Erin French. (Celadon Books, 304 pages, $28.)This account from Erin French, the owner/cook of the Lost Kitchen restaurant in Freedom, Maine, may be…


Marcus Samuelsson's latest book celebrates Black food and the chefs who make it

In his new book, chef Marcus Samuelsson starts the conversation about Black food.


Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson's new book offers perspective on the hospitality industry

Chef Magnus Nilsson has a lot to say in his book about the world of restaurants.


Drive-through lutefisk? A Minnesota tradition gets a pandemic twist

The American Swedish Institute has your holiday meal covered.


After 40 years and countless recipes, the Star Tribune's Taste editor says goodbye

After 40 years and countless recipes, the Star Tribune's Taste editor says goodbye.


Buck Hill ski resort in Burnsville hopes to be year-round dining destination

Owners hope that sunsets, green space and dinner will expand the seasons at the longtime ski and snowboard area.


Crepes make the morning meal delicious

Extra time in the kitchen meant an opportunity to learn a new skill.


Attention, bakers, start your ovens for the Star Tribune Holiday Cookie Contest

While others think of notebooks and pencils (or Zoom and computers) post-Labor Day, we in Taste have a different focus: We’re all about the cookies.…


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