The musical, Monty Python's Spamalot is will be at the Ordway, April 2nd – 7th. It's based off the 1975 British movie, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. We are celebrating with a Spamalot Chef Challenge! Chef and recipe developer, Mary Jane Miller, prepares a recipe popular amoungst Hawaiians.
The viral recipe channel, Tasty, posted a recipe for Monkey Bread Brie Fondue and it has since reached 6.6 million views. Recipe developer, Mary Jane Miller, gave the recipe an overhaul for a much better version.
Mary Jane Miller stopped by with a delicious recipes that Buddy approves. It's a great way to celebrate Ordway's Elf The Musical. Click here to purchase tickets to the Ordway's Elf: The Musical.
Stuffing is always a crowd pleasers on Thanksgiving Day. Recipe developer and chef, Mary Jane Miller stopped by to make Cornbread Wild Rice Stuffing.
When Monday rolls around, we know it can be tough to get back into a weeknight dinner routine. That's why we created a series called, Monday Night Meal to help you get out of a recipe rut and get something that's easy and delicious on the dinner table. Recipe Developer, Mary Jane Miller stopped by to make Almost Instant Sausage and Lentil Soup.
Now is the time to make tasty apple treats using different apple varieties. Gretchen Perbix from Sweetland Orchard and Recipe Developer Mary Jane Miller put Gretchen's Apples to good use and made delicious apple recipes for the fall.
Twin Cities Live staff love when chef Mary Jane Miller tears apart a viral recipe and makes it better. It's a series called Taste the Trend. She tackles 5-ingredient chicken stuffed sweet potatoes.
We want you to start your week off strong with a simple dinner idea that's easy to make and will impress your family. That's why we started a new series on Twin Cities Live at Four called, "Monday Night Meal." Recipe Developer, Mary Jane Miller shared how to make a simple and healthy recipe, called Quinoa Fried Rice with chicken.
Recipe expert and chef, Mary Jane Miller shares a simple way to turned your salmon from boring to brilliant.
Eleven million people have viewed this viral recipe video. With that many people taking a peek, you'd think it's probably a good recipe, right? When recipe developer, Mary Jane Miller took a look, she thought she could do better! She rated the original recipe only 3 out of 5 wooden spoons. She made a few changes and came up with her own...