What would you put in a basket to welcome someone to Minnesota?

If you were to welcome someone to Minnesota with a gift basket, what would you put in it? We asked you what you think is a welcome basket from Minnesota Ness, and here are some things you said we should definitely include.

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Photo by Hannes Johnson on Unsplash

Spam emails

Since SPAM is a Minnesota product and is used all over the world, what kind of Minnesota Nice would we be if we didn’t include some SPAM? If you know the person’s tastes, remember that SPAM is no longer just spam. It comes in a variety of flavors, so you are sure to find a SPAM product that will welcome your guest at our great event.

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Photo by Ali Ghazal on Unsplash

FLNNEL

There is never a bad day for a good flannel shirt. It might be 90 degrees in the morning, but if you’re out on the lake, or sitting around a campfire at night, you might just need to grab a cozy flannel for a little Minnesota warmth.

wild rice

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Photo by Joanna Kocinska on Unsplash

It would be best for us to make our guest a small pot of wild rice soup, but if it’s in a basket, the wild rice from Minnesota will do.

Syed Ali’s photo on Unsplash

Syed Ali’s photo on Unsplash

bug spray

Nothing says hello to Minnesota, more than a hungry mosquito attack as soon as you set foot on a plane. That’s why every good friend should put some bug spray in their Minnesota gift basket; You will definitely get used to it.

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Photo by Daniel Salgado on Unsplash

pop up toaster

The original toaster was created in Scotland, but Minnesota has the most useful Pop-Up Toaster. Charles B Street was working in a factory in Minneapolis when he created the first pop-up toaster. Every Minnesota should have one. (Just be sure to tell them to unplug it after each use).

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Photo by Elevate on Unsplash

beer

It probably doesn’t matter what kind of beer you get, as long as it’s proudly brewed here in Minnesota.

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Photo by Whitney Wright on Unsplash

home made bread

Whether you’re making banana bread, blueberry muffins, or zucchini bread, everyone should have a homemade loaf in their Minnesota gift basket.

What should be added to our list? Send your ideas to [email protected] or send us a note using the 98.1 app.

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