Recipes

How To Make Pot Roast

0 Comments 20 November 2014

Baby, it’s cold outside! Bring out the root vegetables and the beef and the red wine because it is braising season. That wonderful, olfactory-stimulating technique of cooking a tough piece of meat for hours in a rich broth until it gives up the fight and becomes fall-apart tender. If you are looking for an aromatic, [...]

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By County, Kent, Restaurants, Reviews

Founder’s Brewing – Grand Rapids

0 Comments 13 August 2014

Recently named “Beer City U.S.A.” Grand Rapids holds a special place in the hearts and livers of craft beer aficionados and newbies (perhaps brewbies?) alike. With 17 breweries in the city and four more on the way chances are good that you will find something tasty that pleases your palate. Among the many breweries that [...]

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Thoughts

Waters of Michigan

0 Comments 20 May 2014

If you ask any Michigander (Michiganian?) what their state really means to them chances are that “the water” will come up in their top five answers. There’s a purity and a peace about water that washes away any tension or anxiety we may have. The sound of a waterfall, the cool feel of a spring, [...]

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Restaurants, St. Clair

Visiting Port Huron

0 Comments 19 May 2014

Situated comfortably between miles of Michigan farm land and Canada’s southern most reach, Port Huron is a city of its own. Its coastline, history, and artistic, self-sustaining vibe are what stand out. It’s a friendly city too. Walking down Main Street, people actually looked at me and said, “Hello.”  And I’m not embellishing for story’s [...]

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Thoughts

The Millennial Foodie

0 Comments 30 March 2014

Peanut Butter and Sriracha Donuts. This is the new mindset. I’m sure there are people who will find that combination absurd. “Why can’t you just have a nice hamburger and be happy?” It’s not enough for my generation it seems. We’re suspicious of established procedures and practices. We graduated into a job market that could [...]

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Michigan Products, Recipes

Chocolate Cherry Scones

0 Comments 03 February 2014

I grabbed this recipe from one of my favorite chefs, Thomas Keller, owner of many restaurants including his most famous French Laundry and Per Se . This particular recipe can be found in his lavishly photographed, easy-to-follow haute baking book Bouchon Bakery. In this cookbook, his fifth, Mr. Keller and his author have assembled recipes, sidebars, life [...]

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Recipes

Half Sour Summer Pickles

0 Comments 03 February 2014

It’s cold out. Single digits. And that ground rodent from Pennsylvania just declared six more weeks of winter. Dash it all. It’s time to bring some summer into the kitchen. One of the best smells of summer is fresh dill. There are many smells that shoot me back to my childhood but to me dill [...]

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Thoughts

A Look at “Sustainability”

0 Comments 27 January 2014

There’s a new movement in the food scene. I’m not sure exactly how long it has been around but I like it. People, especially a younger generation, are going out to eat more. And the quality of restaurant ingredients are getting better too. Condiments and pickles are in. Meat smoking, beer brewing, and spirit distilling [...]

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By County, The Blog, Thoughts, Wayne

Corktown

0 Comments 16 January 2014

It was a whirlwind weekend in Detroit. From having drinks at the Sugar House, Duly’s Coney Dogs at 1:30 in the morning, and Scotty Simpson’s for lunch the next day, it’s only a time you can have in Detroit. It was my friend’s birthday wish to spend a couple of days in Detroit with some [...]

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Recipes

Bacon, Mushroom, and Sourdough Dressing

0 Comments 25 November 2013

“Bacon. This is a food so delicious, it’s been specifically banned by two major religions. What greater seal of approval could it have?”   It’s Thanksgiving week! Recipes are being sought out online, pulled out of Grandma’s recipe box, or they are acquired through phone conversations with dear old Aunties. We call this last one [...]

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