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5 Things To Eat And Drink This November

Photos by Hillary Ehlen and Alexandra Martin

This time of year brings about a plethora of favorite flavors. From cinnamon to pumpkin to cranberry, we love them all. However, one of the most versatile of these seasonal flavors is apple. This month we are bringing you five apple-themed things to eat and drink.

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1. Caramel Apples

Caramel Apples by Carol Widmans Candy Co

It’s hard to beat an old-fashioned candied apple on a stick. Carol Widman’s Candy Co brings back nostalgic tastes with their varieties of sweet apples. Go for a traditional caramel or add some extra crunch to it with pecan or cashew crumbles.

Carol Widman’s Candy Co.

4325 13th Ave. S., Fargo

2. Dry, Crisp Cider

Cider from Wild Terra

There are very few things that are more synonymous with fall than cider. Fargo’s very own cidery, Wild Terra, has an ever-changing array of ciders on tap, including this Anxo Cidre Blanc. Available in their tap room, this dry hard cider helps transition from summer crisp flavors to robust fall ones.

Wild Terra

6 12th St. N., Fargo

3. Apple Cluster Donut

Apple cluster donut from Sandy's Donuts

Included in Bloomberg’s “The 16 Very Best Dishes I Ate In 2017,” this apple cluster still lives up in 2018. Large in size and coated in a glossy layer of sugary glaze, this treat demands to be enjoyed with a warm cup of coffee in the morning. When it’s served with coffee, it doesn’t count as dessert, right?

Sandy’s Donuts & Coffee Shop

300 Broadway N., Fargo
301 Main Ave. W., West Fargo

4. Sausage Apple Pizza

Sausage apple pizza from Blackbird Woodfire

If Blackbird Woodfire’s own description of “Béchamel cream sauce, house-made sausage, Granny Smith apple, fresh sage, parmesan cheese and micro greens” doesn’t sell you on this pizza, we don’t know what will. If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, might as well include your daily apple dose on a delicious wood-fired pizza.

Blackbird Woodfire

206 Broadway N., Fargo

5. Apple Caramel Galette

Apple caramel galette from Nichole's

Nichole’s offers a rustic caramel apple pastry baked in a flaky cornmeal crust. This decadent piece of heaven is a perfectly petite version of a traditional apple pie. In a sea of fall pies, this galette provides a new take on an old favorite and we just can’t resist it.

Nichole’s Fine Pastry

13 S 8th St., Fargo

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Written by Alexandra Martin

Alexandra Martin is the editor of Fargo Monthly. She hails from Huntsville, Alabama, but graduated from Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri with a degree in Fashion Communications. When she's not in the office, she is busy taking care of her small zoo of pets, cooking up vegetables, or listening to true-crime podcasts.

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