It's funny how much I remember the Minneapolis grocery stores from when I was a kid. I remember the bright orange sign from National in the Apache Mall. I remember the to-die-for Huckleberry ice cream cones from Lunds. And the cafeteria at Byerly's in Golden Valley. Every time we went out that way to the pediatrician, I would beg to stop there for one of their tuna fish sandwiches after the trauma of seeing the doctor. Years later, during my cookbook buying frenzy, I had to have volumes I & II of the Byerly's Cookbook to replicate their famous wild rice soup since I was living in Chicago and couldn't find anything like it there. They carry and create some amazing dishes. Now one doesn't shop at Byerly's for their prices. In fact, I got suckered into buying a $15.99 bottle of salad dressing to get my finicky child to eat salad.
In fact, today at Byerly's I found yet ANOTHER food publication I absolutely had to have. Although it doesn't look particularly nutritious, my thought is, if you put a lot of time into the cooking, chances are since it isn't processed and you are cooking from scratch, then it must be good for you.