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Five Reasons To Visit The Red River Market In Fargo

A well-curated farmers market is, in my mind, the mark of a great community. It’s incredible and inspiring to see so much support for the local farmers and makers of our region. Even if you’re not someone who firmly believes that vegetables and produce should take up at least half of your plate, the Red…
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The Prettiest Dumpster In Fargo, ND

Let’s talk about dumpsters. The large, box-like structure you walk past in alleyways that smells like stale milk and sour bread. They are for trash. And also are pretty much invisible. Just as soon as you acknowledge the existence of a dumpster, the thought leaves your mind. Here in Fargo, we like to do things…
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A Brief Guide To Fargo-Moorhead Breweries

In the last ten years the craft brewing industry has exploded nationwide and our metro is no exception.  Several craft brewers have opened and flourished in the last few years (and word on the street is that more are coming); odds are if you are from the Fargo-Moorhead area you know them already but if…
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Jello Salad

How To Eat Like A Midwesterner: Jello Salad

Gelatin is a tasteless, odorless protein, which is made by extracting collagen from boiled animal bones. Tasty, right? The after-dinner delicacy of a gelatin dessert was reserved for the wealthy and dates back to the 15th century. Gelatin is the main ingredient in Jell-O and the brand name has been a staple in American kitchens…
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A Love Letter To The Moorhead Dairy Queen

Come rain, snow, sleet, or (unlikely-best-case scenario) sunshine, you will see Fargo-Moorhead’s inhabitants standing in line outside of the regionally renowned Moorhead Dairy Queen on March 1st each year. Why this particular Dairy Queen, when Dairy Queens are stamped along every major street in Fargo-Moorhead? It’s no surprise to those who are familiar with Fargo-Moorhead…
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