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Jan 23, 2013 03:01 PM

Minneapolis-St. Paul Dish of the Month (Feb 2013) - Nominations

It's time to choose a Dish of the Month for Minneapolis-St. Paul for February 2013

The idea is this: choose a 'Dish of the Month' for the MSP area and then collectively try as many versions of this dish as possible, reporting back with details and photos. It's great to talk about places you've been in the past, but the idea is to explore new places and make new discoveries.

The dish that gets chosen might be something very specific (minestrone soup, xiao long bao) but might also be more of a dish category (stuffed pasta dishes, Asian fried chicken). It's up to the users, but it probably makes sense to choose something that locals are excited about trying and finding the best versions!

This is the nomination thread for February 2013…you can nominate as many dishes as you want, but once we do the voting thread (which will start on January 28), it will be one vote per user.

To nominate a dish, post it in ALL CAPS in the responses below. This thread will be open until January 28th.

MSP Chowhound bkmnus has volunteered to take on the coordinator role for Dish of the Month. So, be on the lookout for his posts about the voting and reporting here forward.

Dave MP

Previous Dish of the Month Discussion for MSP:


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  1. Really Good CHOCOLATE CAKE

    1. Thanks Dave for the intro.

      I will be posting the voting and results for the DOTM going forward.

      I will not hesitate to nominate a type of food, but I will not be voting on it for obvious reasons.

      For that reason my nomination goes to KIMCHI.

      Kimchi has many forms, I hope the contributors can tell us about their favorite type and why it tickles their taste buds, and where to find it.

      1. Considering City Pages posted a best chicken wing article today:

        I am also interested to see what the Chow community thinks about wings in the cities.

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