Ireland has a history of brewing dating back over 5,000 years. Traditional Irish monks were expert herbalists who could flavor beers with the local flora, and legend has it that St. Patrick himself had his own personal brewer. Ireland’s beer has always been good not just to suit the country’s high demand for the stuff. Ireland also enjoys the perfect trifecta for growing barley: fertile soil, gentle rain, and the cool breezes that waft over the northern Atlantic.
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.
There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the downtown Minneapolis community.
Each year, more people continue to move downtown for different reasons. The short walking commute to work. The incredible food and nightlife. The entertainment options. Sporting events. Endless possibilities.
For this issue, Linda Lee asked her kids what they would do if they were president. Linda is a lifelong coach and educator working with several public and private learning institutions within the Twin Cities. She is an encouraging instructor of a variety of subjects including sports, health, fitness, creative thinking, and the arts. Linda loves working toward a sustainable future by helping young people gain new perspectives to be happy, healthy, and embrace life’s challenges. Linda can be reached at email@example.com.
In ancient times cats were worshipped as gods; they have not forgotten this.
Bastet (also known as B’sst) was an ancient Egyptian feline deity. Originally revered as a ferocious lioness warrior, Bastet’s image gradually softened until she became the goddess of perfume and house cats.