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Drekker serving up another helping of Fargo Hotdish Festival

Annual event features about a dozen local restaurants and their take on the Midwestern staple cuisine.

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The table is set for this year's Fargo Hotdish Festival at Drekker Brewing Company.
Contributed / Tomi Thompson
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FARGO — Drekker Brewing Company is returning for fifths of its Fargo Hotdish Festival on Feb. 5 .

The annual event features a dozen or so area restaurants presenting their own creative spins on the venerable Midwestern dining staple. Attendees can sample from as many makers as they’d like and vote for their favorite. A panel of judges will also select winners in different categories.

Dinner is served from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets are $45 for this ID-only event. Tickets are available at eventbrite.com.

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