Makers of Minnesota

Kelly McManus and Jeff Casper are the exceptionally curious noodlers behind Dumpling & Strand, fresh noodles that use ancient grains and surprising shapes to bring new versions of fresh noodles to Twin Cities noodle lovers.

10/9/2017

Past Episodes

One Day Design is the interior design business of sisters Liz Knutson and Kathy Keehn who will recreate your space using your own furnishings.
10/16/2017
Molly Morgan Katt and two friends launched Namakan Furs as a way to add a removable fur collar to any jacket or hoodie. Hear how they created a pattern for their thoughtful designs.
10/2/2017
Dr. Elizabeth Klodas from the Minnesota company Step One Foods has developed 7 convenience foods that when eaten 2X a day as a replacement for other snacks and meals is proven to lower cholesterol.
9/25/2017
What does it take to make good Minnesota wines? Rose Arntz from Cannon River Winery tells us about their latest crop of Minnesota grown wines.
9/18/2017
Gustola Granola started with natural and whole ingredients to fuel a family of 6 and has moved from local farmers markets, to co-ops, to your favorite grocery shelves.
9/11/2017
212 West is a custom jewelry company founded by Claire, teen maker and entrepreneur who inspires to change the world, one word at a time.
9/5/2017
We visit with Julie Stellar of stellargoods.com and Terralee Armbruster from punchymagnolia.com to talk about their upcycled hats, bags, and mittens that got their start as used items at Arcs Value Village.
8/23/2017
Taking Stock Foods co-founder Molly Clark is on to discuss how she created a food manufacturing company which creates healthful, tasty broths. We talk about her story and how she gives back to the community that has brought her success.
8/14/2017
Matt McGinn, founder of Blackeye Roasting Company talks nitro cold brewed coffee and how he decided to add alcohol to it create Bad Larry's Cold Hard Coffee.
8/7/2017
Bailey Nurseries are a 5th generation company located in Woodbury. We talk to Ryan McEaney about what it is like to be in a family owned company and how they keep reinventing themselves with new products like the Endless Summer Hydrangea.
7/31/2017

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