On the eve of publishing our 14th edition, I sat down with the team and hit rewind. I wanted to take a look back at our very first issues and make sure we had done our job. Like any editor, I saw things I love...and maybe a couple of teeny, tiny things I'd rather forget. All grammatical errors aside, what surprised me the most, was the job our contributors had done. Over the last year, we've accidentally built a team of contributors that feels more like family. We spend a lot of time with them, laugh with them, and ultimately, work hard with them. They flip their schedules, donate their time and devote every ounce of energy to make a single story shine. So, in our month of Thanksgiving, I think it's the perfect time to say, "Thank you."
About a year ago, we started to hear the name Molly Yeh pop up in conversations all over Fargo-Moorhead. This was a name that was always followed by sugary words like sprinkles, cakes and icing - a combination that clearly spurred admiration from child bakers and grown-up foodies alike. What could be so different about her baked goods that people everywhere seemed to be discussing them in-depth? Oh, and it wasn't just her sweet treats, it was her hotdishes too. Yep, you read that right, hotdishes. Somehow, this local was creating a throw-back phenomenon in the world of foodies.
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