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5 Things To Eat & Drink This January

PHOTOS BY Hillary Ehlen

Stay out of the cold during the frigid winter months and warm yourself up with some of these great dishes and drinks from the Fargo area.

1. Florentine Grilled Cheese Sandwich & Tomato Soup

Florentine Grilled Cheese Sandwich & Tomato Soup Rosey's Bistro

Grilled cheese and tomato soup are a dynamic duo. Head over to Rosey’s Bistro to try their unique versions of the classic sandwich and make sure to get the soup, too — available in a dipper and a cup.

Florentine Grilled Cheese Sandwich & Tomato Soup Rosey's Bistro

Rosey’s Bistro
212 Broadway N, Fargo

2. Turtle Ooey Gooey

turtle ooey gooey K's Bakery

Usually served warmed up, this delicious dessert pictured has a chewy brownie crust with a cream cheesecake layer, perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth in the chilly winter months.

K’s Bakery
2515 S University Dr., Fargo

3. Milk Maiden

milk maiden Drekker Brewing Co.

This beer is a chocolate milk stout and pours a deep black with rich, tan foam. The addition of lactose sugar adds a silky, smooth body and a bit of sweetness to balance the dark roasted coffee and chocolate flavors.

Drekker Brewing Co.
630 1st Ave. N, Suite 6, Fargo

4. Pasta e Fagioli

Pasta e Fagioli Cracked Pepper

There’s nothing like a good homecooked meal, and that’s exactly what Cracked Pepper brings to the table. Even though their meals change daily, you can always count on some type of steamin’ hotdish and soup. Pictured is pasta e fagioli (pasta and beans).

Cracked Pepper
4955 17th Ave. S, Suite 124, Fargo

5. Peppermint Mocha

peppermint mocha Twenty Below Coffee Co.

Get out of the cold wind and curl up on a comfy couch at 20 Below with this drink from their winter menu. Made with Nutella and crushed candy canes, this drink turns the whipped cream a festive pink and is also available as hot chocolate.

Twenty Below Coffee Co.
14 Roberts St. N, Fargo

Written by Kara Jeffers

Fargo Monthly Editor Kara Jeffers is from Garrison, North Dakota, a small town north of Bismarck, North Dakota, on Lake Sakakawea. She graduated from North Dakota State University in May 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and minor in theatre arts. In addition to working at Spotlight Media, Jeffers also works at the Fargo-Moorhead Visitor’s Center, where she’s one of the first people (and, at times, the only person) visitors meet when they arrive in North Dakota—talk about pressure.

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