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5 Things To Eat And Drink This January

Photos By Hillary Ehlen

Feeling cold this month? Do not fret, we have the warm and hearty soups to try around town this winter!

Sweet Potato Knoephla
A delightful twist on a Midwestern classic. This knoephla relies on the sweet potato rather than your more traditional potato. What this offers is a touch of sweetness and a more balanced overall flavor profile.
46 North Pints & Provisions
635 2nd Ave N, Fargo
46northpintsandprovisions.com

Italian Vegetable Soup with Shells
A homemade red wine vegetable broth builds the base for this flavorful soup. The veggies within the soup are beans, carrots, tomatoes, squash, spinach, zucchini and celery. Toss is some pasta shells for texture and you have a solid, hearty vegetarian soup.
Tru Blu
915 19th Ave E, West Fargo
trubluwestfargo.com

French Onion Au Gratin
A perfectly balanced french onion soup broth with tender, caramelized onions. Rosey’s tops the soup with a bread topper and Swiss cheese. You can feel the comfort in each bite.
Rosey’s Bistro
212 Broadway N, Fargo
roseysonbroadway.com

Chili In A Breadbowl
Fresh-made chili is poured into a fresh, hand-crafted bread bowl and topped with all the trimmings: sour cream, cheese, ham bits and cilantro. There are few combinations as perfect as this.
VIP Room
624 Main Ave #1, Fargo
fargo-vip-room.com

Lobster And Shrimp Bisque
A beautiful, creamy soup made with a garlic cream bisque broth. Accompanying that is fresh Maine lobster and shrimp. For an extra kick, Toscana tosses in a dash of cognac too.
Toscana
202 Broadway N, Fargo
toscanadowntown.com

Nolan Schmidt

Written by Nolan Schmidt

Nolan is the Co-Editor of Fargo Monthly. Schmidt is also the Editor of Spotlight Media's Bison Illustrated publication. He is originally from Bismarck, N.D. and is a proud graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead.

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