Nordic Ware is a family-owned, American manufacturer of kitchenware products. Celebrating 72 years in business in 2018, this local company…
Nordic Ware is a family-owned, American manufacturer of kitchenware products. Celebrating 72 years in business in 2018, this local company manufactures and markets an extensive line of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and grilling products and specialty kitchenware that is distributed worldwide. Nordic Ware serves all segments of the foodservice market, from home cooks to restaurants, bakeries, hotels, caterers, schools and hospitals. The company’s business is firmly rooted in the trust, dedication and talent of its employees, a desire to provide excellence in service to customers and never-ending research into customer needs.
Holidazzle, downtown Minneapolis’ annual winter festival, is returning to Loring Park this year Thursdays through Sundays from November 24th to December 23rd. Colorful lights will brighten the night air for this celebration of community, a place to go to rub elbows with your family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors while enjoying shopping, entertainment, and fine food and drink.
My girlfriend and I got a bad case of wanderlust last September and couldn’t live with ourselves until we went on vacation. She suggested that we go to the rainforest, but then I read that some kinds of monkeys there can hang from tree branches by their tails. That’s kind of weird, so I nixed the rainforest. I suggested that we go to the desert, but then she read that there are no Michael Kors outlet stores in the desert, so naturally she vetoed it. We’re realistic, but a little hard to please. Our vacation destinations have to be spot-on perfect, ideal blends of scenery, culture, and fine dining. That’s why we agreed on Duluth.
The holiday season in the Red River Valley is a magical time, made better by the uniqueness that sets this community apart. Where else can you purchase a handcrafted Christmas ornament on one street and enjoy homemade lefse on another? In how many other places can you take in a holiday concert at noon and pick out a hand-cut tree after dinner?
For as long as there have been people, throwing, and axes, people have been throwing axes. It’s a marvelous way to blow off steam, and to this day we haven’t developed another means of getting axes from A to B quite so efficiently. Problem is, high society frowns on axe throwing in most settings. Practice the noble art at the shopping mall or theater and you’ll be sternly compelled to go somewhere quiet and alone for a while. So where does one go to throw axes without risking property damage, civil forfeiture, and a hearty round of psychiatric evaluation?