Looking for fresh homemade pasta in St Paul area
Try Buon Giorno in Lilydale. I think they had frozen fresh pasta in their cases (sounds odd - frozen fresh).
But now that I think about it, it's difficult to carry fresh pasta, since it has a shelf life of about 30 minutes to an hour until it's dried, and at which point, it's dried pasta. It can be frozen, but more typically it's simply dried. Am I making sense?
I've made fresh pasta many times, and whatever wasn't used within about 30 minutes was hung to dry, and used over the course of the next week or so. Couldn't really tell the difference between fresh and dried once anything more than butter and a little cheese is used.
The pasta at Broder's (the market part) is made there and is fresh. If you really want it to have been made within a short time of purchase, I'm sure you could call ahead. I don't know that they've got the shapes you want, though. Last time I was there it was linguine and fettuccine, I think.