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Our award-winning Good Taste section includes recipes, restaurant reviews, and our area dining guide. Columnists Cindy Fuchs and Pam Binder provide weekly features with recipes that range from traditional to contemporary and the occasional dining review after sampling the fare at area eating establishments. Readers also look forward to an occasional "Evelyn's Kitchen" by Evelyn Swedberg.

 

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Northwoods Meatballs with Wild Rice (Polenta)
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Northwoods Meatballs with Wild Rice (Polenta)
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A taste of Minnesota at .. U.S. Bank Stadium

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McGREGOR, Minn.— Jay and Lori recently decided to take Sundays off and now they are looking at selling the “Winery” portion of the business.

Jay noted that he is getting up there in age and it is time for new some new energy. “It is a perfect turnkey business to come into. It is probably the cheapest way to get into the business,” said Jay. “There is no vineyard or building to purchase. The new owners would just enter into a lease.”

“Even if a family wants to make grape wine, the grapes could be brought and made here,” Jay added. “The bottom line, the new owners would have a built- in customer base walking in the front door the first day of operation.”

Jay and Lori both see this as an opportunity for a family to bring in some extra income or grow the business without having to work seven days a week. “They are most likely going to want to stay open seven days a week, but now I could help out one or two days.”

Over the past 20-plus years, Jay and Lori have each created their own identity in each side of the business while helping each other out. Jay has
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