Kitchen Road Trip: Minnesota

Kitchen Road Trip: Minnesota // Feast + West

Happy Monday, y’all! I’m spending the week teaching design to high school students at a journalism camp in Chapel Hill. I attended this camp when I was in high school, and it’s where I first learned what graphic design. Journalism camp had such a profound effect on my life, so it’s such an honor to come back year after year to teach young minds about one of the things I love most. I have posts scheduled throughout the week, but I’ll be taking a bit of a break from social media. I’ll be back in the full swing of things next week!

Today’s Kitchen Road Trip takes us to Minnesota, a state that knows design. I loved researching items for this week’s gift guide — there was so much good stuff from which to choose. I’ve always wanted to visit the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, a museum famous for its exhibits of contemporary visual art and design. Minnesota, also known as the Land of 10,000 Lakes, has also had something of a craft brew renaissance in recent years. It’s definitely a state on my ‘to visit’  list! // susannah 

The Kitchen Road Trip series is a virtual ‘trip’ to the United States. Posted weekly on Mondays, each post is a gift guide to items from each state, in alphabetical order, and features food & drinks, books, home goods and travel items. 

Click below to see the Minnesota gift guide! 

Kitchen Road Trip: Minnesota // Feast + West

1. Worker B Buckwheat Raw Honey* ($19) // 2. Red Stuga Swedish Magnets* ($18) // 3. Robs Rustics Bottle Opener* ($6.99) // 4. Red Cruiser Beer Pairings Prints* ($36) // 5. Fringe & Fettle Citrus Juicer* ($40) // 6. Sunleaf Naturals Orange Ginger Pillar Candle* ($13.99) // 7. Hardwood Salad Bowl by Nicole Porter Design* ($54) // 8. Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Geranium Hand Soap* ($3.99) // 9. Handmade Travel Journal by Wayfaring Art* ($40) // 10. ‘Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day: The Discovery That Revolutionizes Home Baking’ cookbook by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoe Francois

*Made or designed in Minnesota

(Photo of Minneapolis by Bradley P. Johnson)

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