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Minnesota Fishing Report
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This is the Explore Minnesota Fishing Report as of Thursday, August 6, with information from community organizations throughout Minnesota. Anglers may obtain fishing licenses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by dialing 1-888-665-4236, or accessing
Sushi in Minnesota
You betcha!
Ok so maybe Sushi is not the first thing that comes to mind when you think, 'Hey I wonder what I should eat in Minneapolis' but we are here to tell you that it should be. According to the menu at Origami: Sushi, refers to the art of using “Vin
Sweet Potato Pie Recipe From Canned Potatoes
When asked to opt for, most southerners choose the taste of sweet potato pie over the related pumpkin pie. This standard dessert, along with pecan pie, could be found on dinner tables all through the south throughout the holiday season. Often served
How to Clean a Barbeque
Here are some barbecue cleaning tips to help tidy up after a successful BBQ.
Barbecue Cleaning Tips - Some Good Advice On A Clean BBQ By Nick Daval To clean or not to clean? Is a clean barbecue necessary every time for great tasting food? Do
Announcing our 2011 My Favorite Family Recipe Contest
Contest celebrates both food and family is excited to announce our 2011 "Favorite Family Recipe" contest. Its been a few years since Barbara Myhre of Huron South Dakota had our mouths watering with her first prize entry to our 2008 recipe contest. Babara's recipe f
Minnesota Wineries - Three Rivers
20 plus wineries to visit
Wine Trails - Exploring Minnesota Wine Country and the Three Rivers Wine Trail By Jim Hofman While you might not associate the state of Minnesota with wine country, there
Civil war reenactments - still fighting the Civil War - Travel the Upper Midwest
After 150 years, the Civil War still inflames imaginations. What was life really like then, at home and on the battlefield?You can find out at the annual encampments hosted by historic sites, where reenactors offer artillery drills, medical dem
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Historic Dayton's Bluff neighborhood in east Saint Paul, MNRead article at The Visit Minnesota Blog
More Great Games
In our search for “great games” we have come across two wonderful stories out of Minnesota high school boys’ basketball: Lynd high school’s record in the 1946 State Tournament and Edgerton’s winning the Tournament in 1960.
It’s important to remember that up until the 1990s all Minnesota high schools competed in a single playoff system. That is, small-town schools had a chance to compete with the huge schools in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The tournaments were immensely
Top 10 Most Literate U.S. Cities
Bookworms and others in cities in the Midwest and West have beaten out Yankee types to reach the very top of a researcher’s list of the most literate American cities.
Explore Minnesota Winter Trails Report: December 24, 2008
by Explore Minnesota Travel News on 24 Dec 2008
The information in this report is provided courtesy of the Department of Natural Resources State Climatology Office and Explore Minnesota Tourism.
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