Minnesota Congressional Delegation Cooks Up Some Bipartisanship

Sen. Al Franken hosts a hotdish cook-off that spices up some friendly rivalries.
1:10 | 04/10/13

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This -- celebrating -- -- Minnesota tradition which is hot there. Or perhaps for a week are hot. So very neighborly thing to do when. This good excuse to get our delegation Minnesota delegation together both house and senate Republicans and Democrats -- -- -- Movement house meeting with the -- officers are visiting here we don't we -- -- she's -- she's done. I in the -- and I did not use yeah that lexicon. United. And here's what I and it has called. Escalating this year there were. The -- along with permanent -- and I -- German castle Indiana. Mr. Bobble head -- congressman Walz and he won't and I competed and I feel good about. -- you know. And every one of them was excellent -- was no shame -- not winning.

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