Episode 3 was recorded at City House St. Paul, a great open-air restaurant on the Mississippi River … so pardon the boats, wind, bean bags, and sandwich order in the background.
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Tyson Schnitker of Skaalvenn Distillery explained the making of his new Habanero Rum and discussed the spirits he enjoys off-the-clock and his ambition to make a tequi — I mean, agave-based spirit.
Eater/Minnesota Monthly food writer Joy Summers recalled how she got to the Twin Cities from Grand Rapids, living in a camper, working in the Mall of America, and how she got her foot in the door of the Twin Cities restaurant scene. We shared some good ol’ State Fair rage, and we looked back on the restaurants that touched our hearts.
We caught up with Floods, a Twin Cities rock band who released their debut album last week, and you can hear a couple of tracks from them on this episode.
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