AMA: The One Food Everyone Loves... Except Me.
Plus, where to eat in the Twin Cities.
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This Week's Questions:
In regards to your canned fish post—what’s the deal with fish packed in water versus packed in oil? I grew up in the Fat-Free 90s, so water was ALWAYS the right answer, but I’m starting to think I’ve been led astray. As far as the oil goes, what do I do with it? Drain it? Leave it? Somewhere in between? I most typically use canned tuna, and make a deli salad for sandwiches. Help!
Get my canned fish suggestions here.
Thinking a trip north this summer to your adopted hometown of Minneapolis. Best places to expand my food horizons, keeping in mind I have less than adventurous people with me? Looking SOOOO forward to your work on the latest incarnation of Iron Chef!
Some Twin Cities Recommendations here.
Other restaurants I mentioned: Mara, 112 Eatery, Hmong Market, Petit Leon, Revival, Quang, Owamni
What is one food or drink that "everyone loves" but you don't? For me it's sushi. I've eaten it many times with friends who are obsessed with it but for me it's just ok.
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