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Fargo Park District Kicks Off Food Truck for a Purpose on May 21
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text="Detroit Deli Food Truck lunch sales to benefit United Way of Cass-Clay" font_container="tag:h3|text_align:center"][vc_column_text]The Fargo Park District is...
5/16/18 at 10:47 AM Fargo on the Move 4/26/18 at 10:30 AM
Local Charities Benefit From Collections at Santa Village 2017 1/9/18 at 4:13 PM
UND Combating Food Insecurity on Campus
The signs are there if you know what to look for. Cara Halgren, a former UND dean of students and current vice president for student affairs and diversity, knows them well. Shes become adept at spo...
4/30/18 at 1:02 PM UND’s Introduction to University Life classes team up with Red River Valley Community Action for food donation effort Oct. 8-18 9/25/14 at 4:59 PM
MEDIA REMINDER: UND joins with UMC to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day 1/17/14 at 2:35 PM
Dayton Blasts Millionaire Who Took Food Stamps to Make a Point
A wealthy Minnesotan who signed up for food stamps to prove people could get them even if they did not need assistance should be ashamed of himself, Gov. Mark Dayton said. "He finagled the system," D...
4/13/18 at 8:39 AM Minnesota Millionaire Gets Food Stamps to Make a Point 4/12/18 at 9:02 AM
Souper Bowl Puts Kind Spin on Big Game
Super Bowl Sunday: the best time of year to buy a big-screen TV or football-themed paper plates. The hype behind the biggest game of the year has become its own beast. This year, the cost of one of ...
2/2/18 at 12:27 PM Teacher Creates Classroom of Givers 12/24/16 at 4:26 PM
Hunger and Kindness Lead to New Friendship 12/3/16 at 12:09 PM
Joe Huie’s Cafe
Feb. 14, 1988 Duluth remembers Joe Huie By Don Jacobson, News-Tribune The death of 95-year-old Joe Huie, former Duluth restaurateur, on Friday (Feb. 12, 1988) brought forth a flood of memories from...
1/18/18 at 7:48 PM Thanksgiving Dinner in Duluth in the 1890s 11/22/17 at 5:30 PM
What was on the Thanksgiving menu 100 years ago? 11/26/14 at 7:16 PM
Once Hungry, Forever Eating: The Neurological Impacts of Poor Diet on Obesity
The Obesity Problem According to the CDC, more than 1/3 of adults in the U.S. are obese. Why is this a problem? Why is obesity rising? Could we blame it on Americas fast-paced society and the growth o...
12/12/17 at 10:24 AM Should We Find a Pill to Cure Obesity? 2/8/17 at 4:39 PM
Why Is Cake So Good? 2/7/17 at 8:02 PM
Something to Be Thankful For: Velvety Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes Are Also Low Carb
FARGO Some people look forward to Thanksgiving dinner all year. Not me. I look forward to what comes after Thanksgiving dinner dessert, duh. Last year on The Great Indoors, I went all out and made w...
11/21/17 at 4:09 PM A Low-Carb Thanksgiving Dinner That Will Actually Leave You Satisfied 11/15/17 at 3:54 PM
Pioneer Favorite Vinegar Pie Sounds Disgusting, but You Might Be Surprised 8/23/17 at 2:36 PM
Baffled and BeanBoozled
When Niece Katie showed up at the Buntjer family farm on Christmas Eve, she was carrying a Rubiks Cube the colorful square toy that plagued my youth and proved I will never possess the patience for s...
1/3/17 at 10:43 PM Challenge accepted 12/7/15 at 10:33 PM
So much to see, so little time 8/14/15 at 1:59 PM
Simple and Healthy Holiday Habits
According to a Consumer Reports article, 35 percent of Americans say what they dread the most about the holidays is weight gain. In reality, however, on average an adult gains about a pound between T...
12/2/16 at 3:34 PM Farmers Markets in Full Swing 7/28/16 at 7:57 AM
Farmer's market guide 9/18/15 at 10:15 AM
Have You Seen? Missouri River Forage
Fishing has been very good on the Missouri River in recent years and fish appear to be pretty healthy. And that begs the question What are the fish finding to eat? Tom Jensen tells us more in...
9/20/16 at 3:39 PM Sportsmen Against Hunger 10/28/14 at 6:43 AM
hunters lending a hand 9/28/11 at 11:26 AM
Farm to (Cafeteria) Table Movement
Fargo Public Schools (FPS) Nutrition Services has formed a new partnership with Fresh Connect Food Hub to bring regionally-grown produce to our schools breakfast and lunch programs. By Fargo Public S...
9/9/16 at 9:05 AM Kids Against Hunger 4/3/15 at 3:00 PM
Beans Teach A Lesson AND Feed the Hungry 10/9/14 at 4:35 PM
More Thoughts About Weather and Food
Weather is not at all like food. If we like lasagna, we like lasagna. But we are much more fickle when it comes to what sort of weather pleases us. Some of this is likely due to varying expectations ...
5/18/16 at 10:00 PM
The Folly Of Williston's War On Mobile, Temporary Businesses Is Now Clear
I've written pretty extensively about the fight in Williston over "man camps," but that city has been fighting a lot of different types of mobile, temporary businesses for years now. And that has bee...
3/22/16 at 9:50 AM
Library hosts food preservation workshop Sept. 9
Are you planning to preserve some of your fruits and vegetables from your garden, but not sure the proper way to do it? To help area residents figure out the best and safest ways to preserve the bount...
9/5/14 at 11:30 AM
A Hill of Beans
A coworker introduced me to the idea of Community Supported Agriculture about a few years ago, when she mentioned a friend of hers who farmed a small plot of land in Lake Elmo. You buy a share from hi...
4/27/11 at 8:39 AM