Tiny Bites Of Childhood Favorites For Big Grad Memories

It’s not a bad thing really. During the next few weeks many of us will spend meal times standing in someone else’s garage eating dinner off of a paper plate. It’s graduation season in all it’s scotcheroo-eating 7-up/sherbet punch-drinking glory. For graduates it’s their day to be king or queen–to pick their favorite foods–and watch…
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5 Things To Know About Kitchen Knives

Anyone who has tried to carve a Thanksgiving turkey with a butter knife would tell you not all knives are created equal. “I always tell people, without a doubt, a good knife is the most important tool to have in your kitchen,” says Mari McCullough of Creative Kitchen in Fargo. She says too often people…
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Wisconsin Style Hot And Spicy Cheese Bread

FARGO – I thought it was high time we check in once again with The Great Indoors progress during our year-long Trek To Times Square. In January, I decided to set a fitness goal for myself to walk the distance equivalent of Fargo-Moorhead to Times Square in time to see the ball drop on New…
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CoPineSpiRum – A Mashup Of Coconut Cheesecake, Pineapple Upside Down Cake And Spiced Rum

Here we go again, another crazy day to celebrate this April.   April 20 is Pineapple Upside Down Cake Day! Why? We do not know. But let’s enjoy a look back to this vintage cake invented in 1903, but popularized in 1925 when the Hawaiian Pineapple Company (now the Dole Company) held a baking contest…
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Easter Candy Gets Cracked

  It’s not often that the humble little saltine cracker would get invited to Easter dinner. After all that’s where the far more decadent foods like glazed ham, au gratin potatoes and buttery rolls hang out. But this year, the cracker normally reserved for chicken noodle soup and sick days, has earned its place at…
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