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The annual Maple Grove Farmers Market offers locally grown, fresh products and knowledgeable food vendors.

With so many dining options in Maple Grove, it’s hard to make the daily, weekly or monthly decision of where to eat out. Unbeknownst to many residents, several hotels and other establishments house restaurants with deliciously tasteful menu items right under our noses.

Rush Creek Golf Course has hosted an annual Mother’s Day brunch since 2000 and takes pride in the traditional brunch menu.

Everyone likes a bargain. And if it includes good food and drink, the deals are even sweeter. Whether you are craving savings on appetizers, entrées, drinks or dessert, we’ve rounded up delicious ideas too tasty to pass up.

Maple Grove shines brightly when it comes to epicurean delights and divine wines. With a bevy of choices, we’ve selected a tantalizing trio: from a happening steakhouse to a true American grill and a delightful French café. Each offers something exceptional in food and wine pairings.

For several months, I found myself strongly attached to a specific chicken curry wrap in the prepared section of Whole Foods.

If you’re looking for a nutritional powerhouse in a small package, a handful of nuts might be your best option for a healthy snack.

What did your childhood lunch box look like? Did you eat a PB&J while glancing for the 100th time at images of the Partridge Family? Maybe you grew up in the age of soft-sided, zippable bags that carried Lunchables and a juice box.

Valentine’s Day provides the perfect excuse for a night out with your special someone. This year, The Lookout Bar and Grill is offering specials sure to have you swooning.

Women of Words, otherwise known as WOW, was started in 1994 by five women writers. There are now four chapters of WOW throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Author Kate Shannon joined the group in 2013, and has found great success. “It’s a community for all literary efforts,” she says.

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