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–from the book
"If you have time for only one meal in Minneapolis or Duluth, we strongly urge you not to go to Hell's Kitchen. Coming for just one meal will be insanely frustrating. There are too many outstanding things to eat. You will walk out yearning for the likes of hand-pulled corned beef hash, char-broiled pit ham, baked huevos rancheros, and a dozen other items for which there was no space on the table."
–Jane and Michael Stern, Gourmet, December 2008
Mitch Omer is the chef-owner of Hell's Kitchen in Minneapolis and Duluth. Ann Bauer was food editor at Minnesota Monthly and is the author of the novel Wild Ride up the Cupboards.
get it, if you want you can swap ingredients to match sensitivities or balanced body needs. The wild rice porage and benedicts are to amazing and beyond expectation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Addy Schwab
It is a wild ride story that captures Omars passions good and bad and his extraordinary love for good food for all and the recipes are very good and easy.Published 9 months ago by Pankster
Huge plus to get the key recipes from this excellent restaurant. Chef Mitch does assume you know how to cook, so not much hand-holding in the instructions. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nancy J Nyberg
I judge all breakfasts everywhere on Hell's Kitchen and nothing comes close. The recipe for the lemon ricotta pancakes is worth the price of the entire book - but there is so much... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Francie
Went to Hell's Kitchen when I was in Minneapolis last month and had to have this book. Tried a few recipes already and can't wait to make their amazing peanut butter and ketchup. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Superherojenni
My wife and I have bee to many small eateries where you can have coffee, eggs and some toast. Not that that's all they serve here but thats what we got and even that was original... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Booker DeWitt
When i ordered this cookbook i thought it was from the tv show hells kitchen. Now i have a cookbook i will never use!Published 16 months ago by amy dominick
Easy to follow and tasty recipes from one of the fantastic places in Downtown Minneapolis. Their cooking tips and techniques are great.Published 17 months ago by Roy-Alan Hansen
Wonderful gift, especially for the Minneapolitan in your life. The recipes are great and the narrative and art/photos are lots of fun.Published 17 months ago by Stephanee Jordan