BernBaum's hosts dinner of indigenous American cuisine

July 8 dinner features foods from Canada to South America

Candace Stock and Edward Rodriguez will create BernBaum's Cuisine of the Americas dinner on July 8.
Contributed / Sarah Strong
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FARGO — BernBaum’s will celebrate a sampling of Indigenous American food with an event called Cuisine of the Americas on July 8.

The dinner, a tasting menu featuring dishes from Canada to South America, will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the downtown Fargo restaurant. Chefs will be BernBaum’s own Candace Stock and Edward Rodriguez, who will discuss each dish.

Foods will range from pemmican, a mixture of dried fruits and nuts, a staple of some American Indian cultures, to a traditional Mexican mole.

Tickets are $90 per person with a $20 service fee. To reserve a seat and find out more about the dinner, go to .

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