Betty & Earl will soon be bringing another name to its brand of biscuit business.
Roseville Biscuit Kitchen announced Tuesday that it is partnering with local baker Diane Minor to relaunch the business as a B&E by Diane.
Minor will join the team at the Rosdale Center’s Potluck Food Hall and bring with them a range of sweet and savory dishes to the biscuit business. The announcement comes amid co-owner Adrienne Odom’s decision to move out of state and be closer to her family.
“Betty & Earl is the story of my family, but I couldn’t have brought that story to life without Adrienne,” said Jason Matheson, co-owner of Betty & Earl. “We are forever grateful for his important work starting the business and look forward to his return home in New York.”
The shop will be closed for two weeks starting October 18th during the transition between kitchen concepts. During that time, online advance orders will still be fulfilled.
Minor will offer the dishes she’s been making — mini cheesecakes, cookies, gluten-free options, soups and more — through the re-launch of restaurants in the Twin Cities for more than 30 years. But fear not: Those biscuits aren’t going anywhere.
“This partnership allows each of us to offer our unique baked goods in one convenient location,” Minor said. “As a lifelong baker, I am excited to be working with such wonderful partners.”