The Minnesota Daily

Hawaiian plate lunches are lined up at the food window at United Noodles on Sunday, Nov. 11 in Minneapolis. The Asian grocery story and restaurant held a traditional Hawaiian luau.

Snow outside, palm trees inside

Samir Ferdowsi
November 13, 2018

On Sunday, local Asian import grocer United Noodles hosted an event that was as close as you can get to a traditional Hawaiian get-together in a snow-plagued landscape. As ukulele music filtered through...

Culture compass: Herbal tea, building bridges and a cappella

Ksenia Gorinshteyn
November 1, 2018

Friday: "A Cappell-Off" The "A Capell-Off" returns for another year, with five a capella groups competing for a $250 cash prize. The night will be jam-packed with a capella renditions of your favorite...

Hideaway's Dinkytown location, one of multiple shops in the area that sells tobacco products, as seen on March 29. By early fall, Minneapolis residents under the age of 21 may no longer be able to purchase tobacco products according to the City Council's newly proposed

CBD drinks to bring new energy to Dinkytown

Imani Cruzen
October 24, 2018

A new store opening in Dinkytown will offer customers a twist on their usual morning coffee.  Cosmic Beans Dispensary will sell energy drinks, mostly coffee and tea, along with desserts made with...

Fall cocktails are on display on Tuesday, Sept. 18 in the basement of a Como neighborhood home.

College kitchen: Fall cocktails you won’t find in coffee shops

Samir Ferdowsi
September 20, 2018

You drink it in the morning, during lunch and on your way back home. Within a 15-foot radius, its Glade air freshener scent surrounds every coffee shop in town. When the leaves start to fall, the pumpkin...

The Minnesota Daily made turkey burgers topped with pineapple jalapeño salsa. 

College kitchen: Barbecue

Maddy Folstein
July 3, 2018

With your day off right in the middle of the week, you’ve probably received Fourth of July barbecue invitations for today, tomorrow, this weekend and more.  A&E has you covered with three easy...

Joe and Johannse, long time Purple Onion patrons, enjoy ice cream cones on the patio on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Joe and Johannes say they are excited for the new additions, ice cream and extended hours.

Ice cream has returned to campus. A&E has the scoop.

Maraya King
May 29, 2018

While we have a variety of campus cuisine at our fingertips from chicken to pizza to Al’s signature breakfast, there has been a drastic oversight until now.  Think Dairy Queen, Yogurt Lab and Chilly...

The Minnesota Daily made caprese sandwiches with watermelon, feta and cucumber salad for the College Kitchen series. Dessert was a berry puff pastry with Cool Whip frosting.

College kitchen: Wicker basket case

Maddy Folstein
May 29, 2018

When the temperatures reach 90 degrees in May, you can cower in the air conditioning. Or you can remember that about a month ago we were cursing a weekend-long blizzard. Whip up these recipes, grab your...

Strawberry-Arugula-Spinach Salad, Spaghetti with Peas, Parmesan and Artichokes.

College Kitchen: Spring produce

Maddy Folstein
April 26, 2018

Thanks to those late bursts of wintery snow, fresh produce seems like just a dream now.  It might still be, but A&E put together a few recipes that will keep you dreaming of all the spring produce...

Macaroni and cheese pizza and a cherry malted milkshake.

College kitchen: How to make your favorite Dinkytown items

Sophie Vilensky
March 22, 2018

Sometimes you really want to go out to eat. But most of the time you shouldn’t — whether the reason be money or about-to-expire-ingredients sitting in your kitchen. However, you can’t stop cravings. There...

Honey-Lemon Chicken and Asparagus with a Pomegranate Side Salad.

College Kitchen: Valentine’s Day

Maddy Folstein
February 12, 2018

Reservations at your favorite restaurant all booked on Wednesday? Looking to save some money, even on the most romantic day of the year? The solution is to cook your Valentine’s Day meal at home. You...