We've all been in a recipe rut -- that's why we started a series on twin cities live at four called, "Monday Night Meal." The goal is to start your week off strong with a simple dinner idea that's easy to make and will impress your whole family. Chef and cookbook author, Robin Asbell shared how to make Roasted Summer Veggie Penne with Chickpeas.
Twin Cities Live producers found a viral video on Facebook showing how to make an omelet in a plastic, resealable bag. It has over one million views. But our recipe developer says it's not safe. Mary Jane Miller stopped by to help us Taste the Trend and offered an alternative version on making omelets.
Patty Morrissey stopped by TCL's Patio Party to share some of her unique guacamole recipes.
Back in the early 20th century, there wasn't such a thing called a refrigerator or a freezer. Back then, people used ice boxes – where blocks of ice were kept – to keep their food safe and cold. Baking instructor, Nancy Burgeson, shows us some retro icebox cakes that you'll want to bring back!
Every Monday, Twin Cities Live wants to start your week off strong with a simple dinner ideas that's easy to make and will impress your family. It's called Monday Night Meal. Emily Dingmann is the creator of "My Everyday Table" which is full of recipes and meal plans... plus it's great for busy parents on-the-go. She stopped by to make Cherry...
With so many events getting cancelled this summer, we’ll be doing a lot more small-scale entertaining with family and friends. That means we’re on the lookout for fun, fresh, creative ideas. Terri Chaffer of Love that Olive has terrific suggestions.
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Private Chef Justin Davis stopped by the TCL kitchen to share a tasty pork loin recipe perfect for the winter.
Laurie Crowell of Golden Fig stopped by with some healthy homemade snacks recipes that are good for when you're on the go.
Marinades are a great way to add extra flavor to your vegetables, chicken, kebobs, or just about anything on the grill. Chef Jessica Tijerina shows us how easy it is to make marinades at home.
Yield: Marinade for 1-pound meat, meat substitute or vegetable
1 cup olive oil
2 garlic cloves, peeled and sliced
Lentils are an inexpensive way of getting a lot of nutrients. They’re packed with B vitamins, magnesium, zinc and potassium. Chef and cookbook author, Robin Asbell shares some recipes using lentils.
Red Lentil-Carrot Hummus
Makes about 3 cups
1 cup red lentils
2 large carrots, peeled and sliced
6 cloves garlic, chopped