When spring has sprung, fresh food does, too. We pack away our frozen vegetables for farmers-market fresh, trade in soups for salads and maybe even pop some peonies in a vase. If you’re in need of ideas for a spring foodie tune-up, the General Store of Minnetonka has you covered. Here are their picks for kitchen gadgets, treats, servingware and more. Bonus: Everything is Minnesota-made.
Katie Pearce Studio cotton Minn. dishtowels ($15.95); These adorable embroidered Minnesota towels are made in St. Paul.
Swedish towels ($5.95); Made in Eden Prairie, these towels soften when they get wet and are super absorbent.
Great Scrape ($34.95); This St. Paul-made scraper is perfect for giving your grill a springtime tune-up before the first barbecue.
Wood from the Hood serving board ($24.95); Made from reclaimed wood, this serving board is perfect for a shabby-chic and eco-friendly presentation.
K’UL Chocolate (small bar $3.50; large bar $9.95); K’UL creates inventive flavors by infusing chocolate with pumpkin seeds, golden berries or Cyprus sea salt.
Bare Honey mini jars ($3.95); Bare Honey offers flavors such as lavender, chocolate, vanilla bean, spicy honey and more.
Kakookies ($2.95); Cookies that are actually healthy and taste amazing? Yum. Choose from cashew blondie, blueberry or the classic chocolate chip.