• Healthy and Happy Food Relationships: Kelsey Endres of Eat Me Bakery

    Embracing a healthy relationship with food was something that Kelsey Enders of Eat Me Bakery MPLS learned. “I was taught to be afraid of food, to see it as something that had to be limited. Many of us who grew up in the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s were subjected to an intense diet culture,” shared Kelsey.

  • Meet the Meathusiasts: The Meatery Delivers Community for Consumers and Producers

    Meet the Meatery MN, your on-line home to discover local meat producers, try new recipes, and foster community, in this next edition of the local food series on MTMM!

  • Chasing Chickens and Porch Concerts: Isanti Spirits’ Rural Punk Rock Dreams Come True

    Glass blowing, live music, friendly chickens, and solar-powered spirits: these are among the highlights you’ll find in this installment of local food (and drink!) on MTMM as we visit Isanti Spirits in Isanti, MN— “Rural in its heart. Punk rock in its soul.”

  • Urban Harvest: Black Radish Farm Grows Community

    “Growing food is stressful,” explained Jade and Carrie of the artist-led Black Radish Urban Farm in Minneapolis. “It’s also a beautiful thing. Local food can build community.”

  • From Summer Job to Supermarket Shelves: Salad Girl Organic Salad Dressing

    Working summers at Madden’s on Gull Lake taught Pam Powell, founder of the Salad Girl fresh organic dressings, a love for local food. 

  • Baking Joy: Sourdough on the Farm’s Homegrown Business

    Jamie Levenhagen found her joy again when she started making sourdough bread during the pandemic. Baking sourdough was more than a passing hobby for Jamie. It became a calling.