ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

FOOD

"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says this pasta salad is loaded with bacon, lettuce, tomato and avocado.
It was known as Cully's, then Willy's, but whatever the name, some food lovers still remember their homestyle dishes.
Providers say it’s the result of a sinister combination of factors leading working parents and seniors to venture to food shelves for the first time: the rising price of everything — including food — combined with the expiration of a host of COVID-inspired government subsidies, from stimulus checks to tax credits.
The special dinner at the Fargo museum will be prepared by San Francisco chef Gonzalo Guzman.

ADVERTISEMENT

Latest Headlines
As its name implies, Hot off the Press specializes in paninis and grilled cheese sandwiches. The truck was launched by Anthony Bachman, who also founded Fargo Fillies and Mac Daddy's.
"Home with the Lost Italian" food writer Sarah Nasello says her recipe for these easy-to-make pastries is a terrific way to showcase seasonal fruits.
July 8 dinner features foods from Canada to South America
Columnist Tammy Swift recommends using plain, old Persian limes to create an egg-free Key lime pie that's every bit as tart and tasty as one made the traditional way.
Looking for something to do around town? Here are 6 ideas to get you out and about.
Pastry chef is sweet on breakfast for Moorhead restaurant's dessert menu.

ADVERTISEMENT

McDonald's in March 2022 accepted the Dakota Russet, developed by Asunta “Susie” Thompson, an NDSU potato breeder and associate professor of plant science.
Looking for something to do around town? Here are 3 ideas to get you out and about.
Forum food critic Eric Daeuber says the north Fargo business brings back the charm, if not the primness, of the English afternoon tea. It’s quiet, relaxed and unhurried, he says.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT