Maple Grove Magazine decided to turn the table on DeRusha—asking him some Proust Questionnaire-inspired queries about the area’s food scene and his thoughts on foodie wins and regrets; dinner table dreams; and this or that.
Food & Drink
Belly up, Maple Grove, because our neck of the woods is about to get a little more delicious.
Ah, August—the dog days of summer. We are weeks away from kids going back to school, two months away from raking leaves and, sorry to say, three months away from snow.
Growing up isolated in the mountains of Idaho, formal education was absent from Tara Westover’s childhood. By sheer willpower, she overcame the survivalist mentality of her tight-knit family and earned a PhD from the University of Cambridge.
Decisions, decisions, decisions, where should one dine on delicious dishes? Get ready to enjoy Maple Grove’s newest locale, Brick & Bourbon.
Summer is upon us, and what is there to do? Maple Grove public schools encourage a period of reading every school day, and it’s a great habit to continue throughout the non-school months.
“Ten” is one of the few words that has meaning in both Japanese and English. When owner Heather Lin and her partner and restaurant veteran, Ming Wu, were first dreaming about a new sushi spot, they thought it the perfect fit.
Basil. It’s an herb synonymous with margherita pizza, pesto sauce and caprese. If you’ve ever had an Italian meal, you’ve tasted the sweet balancing herb used as a garnish.
There’s a little pocket of deliciousness located in Arbor Lakes awash with wonderful restaurants. We made a list of some great dishes and wine pairings from four of our favorites. If you’re having trouble picking between them, no worries.
Two Maple Grove couples are fusing business with pleasure, one bowl of chili at a time.