St. Paul Archive

  • THE FOOD TOURIST

    THE FOOD TOURIST

    By Larry Sheingold – Food tourism probably dates back centuries to the invention of pocket-sized currency, a giant step that first allowed early travelers to pay for meals with coins instead of chickens or spare relatives. The evolution of dining excursionism traces to the appearance of wandering hunters and gatherers, followed by road creation, the […]

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  • WHY CAN’T I HAVE A MARKET LIKE THIS?

    WHY CAN’T I HAVE A MARKET LIKE THIS?

     By Larry Sheingold – How can something unique, like Cossetta Italian Market in St. Paul Minnesota be so … unique? Why haven’t restaurateurs across the country, including my town, adopted this winning dining formula? At Cossetta Italian Market everything you need to fill an Italian food craving is there under one roof. Two cafeteria lines […]

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