Tim Hortons

Finally made it to Tim Hortons in Brooklyn Park for the Timbits. I was 1st introduced to Tim Hortons in Toronto and fell in love with their coffee. 

Today I had the honey dipped, chocolate, Oreo, apple fritter and blueberry.

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THE WHAT

  • The Blog
  • The Food
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  • The Comments
  • The Restaurants
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  • The Moments
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THE WHO

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THE WHY

I live, eat, think and breathe food.  But not just any food, the type of cuisine that makes me wanna photograph it and share it with the world.  About 15 years ago, I began photographing  all things food.  You name it; crab cakes, desserts, cocktails, vegetables.

Anything that could be captured and developed into a beautiful piece of artwork.  I have accumulated hundreds of memorable food moments over the years.  Now it’s time to contribute my  food moments. Don’t talk about it; Blog about it!

THE WHERE

Because I dine at various restaurants, I also appreciate the finer cuisine’s as well as the simple meals prepared in a tiny unsophisticated kitchen in the hood.  My food journey takes me to grocery stores, the Farmer’s Market, new restaurants, familiar places as well as my warm and inviting kitchen.  Sometimes it’s about the ambiance. Sometimes it’s about the food. Sometimes WHERE you are doesn’t really matter.

I’m😉so excited to launch a new Instagram profile highlighting the eats and treats of Minneapolis and surrounding areas. This is going to be magic❤❤❤❤.

Please follow me at Minneapolis Entreépreneur and explore the Twin Cities with me🍽🍸.

Vegetable Soup

Simple recipe. Use what you have.

  • Kale
  • Shaved brussels sprouts
  • Left over black eyed peas
  • Roma tomatoes [cut into pieces]
  • Vegetable stock
  • Seasoning

Add vegetable stock to pot then add vegetables. Season with salt, pepper, garlic and Trader Joe’s 21 Seasoning Salute. Bring to a boil and cook to desired tenderness. Add cooked black eyed peas at the end. 

*substitute anything you like.