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Chef Judd Eskildson and post officials see the arrangement as a win-win situation: "He's not only a good cook, he's one hell of a cook!"
Sydney Glup of Grass Roots Development joins the Business Beat podcast to talk about hempcrete and what the company hopes to accomplish with its new demonstration.
The development plan has gotten buy-in from most of the area's biggest developers and demolition and construction could start in fall 2023 if all goes well, officials with the city and Fargo-based development firm Roers say.
Major construction on Center Avenue by the Moorhead Center Mall, where Thai Orchid is located, has drastically reduced their business. Day after day, night after night, the Osa family looked at a restaurant filled with empty tables and wondered how they could pay their mortgages and bills. How much longer could their business survive?

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The Moorhead Dairy Queen, at the corner of Eighth Street and Main Avenue since 1949, is closer to the busy intersection than any other business there. The intersection will be redone as part of a reconstruction of Main, but that project is several years down the road.
Summertime events across the area bring out dozens of food trucks to feed hungry masses. Inspecting mobile vendors of all shapes and sizes is a year-round endeavor for Fargo Cass Public Health, however. “When it comes to mobile food, we treat them the same as a restaurant,” Kimberly Sund explained.
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Forum food critic Eric Daeuber visited Canada earlier this month and reflects on the poutine, Tim Horton's, French pastries and other culinary delights that abound in Winnipeg.

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The downtown Fargo icon will get extensive renovations from the basement private lounge to the rooftop, including upgrades to turn the 17 luxury suites into "a brand new hotel."
Seven of 11 bars checked last week served a minor who had an underage government-issued ID card, with four other bars failing last spring.
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