Today on The Current's Eating and Drinking with the Morning Show's Jill Riley and Steve Seel, Rachel Hutton gave a review of new restaurant Birdhouse for the health conscience foodie. Rachel also gave the Morning Show a lesson in lutefisk.
The Thirty-Second Scoop on Birdhouse
Vegetables and whole grains get star billing at the Woodmans' modern diner.
Ideal Meal: sweet-pea pate, quinoa-and-wild-rice croquettes, and lemon curd.
Tip: During happy hour (3-6 p.m. and 10 p.m.-1 a.m.), the croquettes are $1 a pop. On Wednesdays, the late shift is "industry night," when restaurant workers and food enthusiasts gather to hear educational speakers and share information.
Minnesota Monthly's food editor Rachel Hutton joins the Current's Morning Show to talk about the latest trends in the Minnesota dining scene.
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