Abra Berens, chef in residence for Granor Farm in Three Oaks was nominated for the Best Chef award in the Great Lakes Region by the James Beard Foundation.
From making tortillas from scratch in their home kitchen using imported non-GMO heritage corn varieties from a milpa or small cultivated farm in Oaxaca, Mexico to the recent opening of […]
Ignore the snow outside because inside Timothy’s Restaurant in Union Pier, Michigan, it’s New Orleans during Mardi Gras season, purple, green and yellow beads and all. As he does every […]
Historic Spirits: Preserving the Past and Connecting to the Present with Journeyman Distillery & the Field Museum
The dazzling 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition brought 27 million people to Chicago which was no small feat given that the first gas powered automobile is credited to Karl Benz […]
Round Barn Estate's Shake and Stir Workshops demonstrate how to make cocktails using products in season.
Michigan's Top 10 Coney Dogs according to USA Today!
Winter or ash melons can weigh up to 70 or so pounds and can be used in Asian dishes. The insides of winter melons turns translucent when it cook and has a delicate slightly sweet taste.
Fair Food #1 Rule: Calories don't county when you eat at a county or state fair
We take the concept of heirloom or heritage fruits and vegetables as common place nowadays. But I was reminded how unfamiliar the concept was just several decades ago and […]
In the years I’ve been writing about food for the Herald Palladium, the largest newspaper in Southwest Michigan, I’ve received many requests from readers for recipes but undoubtedly the […]
Lisa Ludwinski, owner of Sister Pies, began her business in her parents’ kitchen in Milford, Michigan, making pies and cookies. Within a year, the demand for her baked goods was […]
Once a two-room lumberman’s cottage back in the 1860s, today what was first converted into a farm house and now is a weekend home for the Ferrantella family features lush […]
My search for started back in 2012 when Frank Buesing of Stevensville, after returning from a trip to Bavaria, wrote asking if I knew where he could find […]
There’s a definite vibe in Ann Arbor — one where social consciousness and creativity converge. And so I mapped out interesting places in the eclectic Westside to immerse myself in […]
I love going to food festivals and state and county fairs and seeing what great home cooks both young and adult are doing. One such favorite that I never miss […]
I owe a big thank you to Nancy Perry, chairperson for the 2018 Coloma Glad Peach Festival who sent in the winning recipes from the annual Glad Peach Bake Fest […]