Affordable eats from around the Twin Cities. When it comes to eating out, it sometimes can seem like a $5 bill has become as useless as a penny. Even a side of fries can go for eight bucks around these parts. But do some digging — it turns out that a single Abe Lincoln still has some major worth in the Twin Cities. Just know where to spend it.
Welcome to Five Dollar Friday, Eater Twin Cities’ new column sharing the best bites around for an affordable price.
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Sounds weird huh? When I was young my mom used to make us Thai egg omelet to eat with rice. Sometimes we'd have fried sausage or kielbasa too. I was craving that today so I made this. It is basically scrambled tofu with veggie dogs....