For a medium-sized town, Jackson has a lot of restaurants. In fact, it’s been said that Jackson has a very high restaurant per capita ratio. We Jacksonians love to go[...][ Read More → ]
Our dinner group, with Chefs Vera and MillsAt times, being a vegetarian has its challenges. For example, when eating out I am sometimes underwhelmed by the vegetarian options available at certain restaurants. On the other hand, one of the things I love…[ Read More → ]
Something fascinating is currently happening to me right now. I’m in the midst of a backlash for sending out a tweet that was honest and opinionated. This blog has been around for about 5 years now. In that time, we’ve …[ Read More → ]
Michael Ruhlman is a respected food writer and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Recently he took time to chat with us about his upcoming dinner at Forest Grill, his collaboration on the books Charcuterie and Salumi with Michigan …Co…[ Read More → ]
Our second preview of The Garden Party takes us to Ferndale’s John D Bistro to check in with Executive Chef Scott Breazeale. He has been with John D for about a year now, so this will be his first Garden Party. …Continue Reading »[ Read More → ]
It’s that time of year again! Year after year, we are always honored to be a media sponsor of The Garden Party. Not only is a The Garden Party a culinary showcase and an opportunity to taste wines from all …Continue Reading »[ Read More → ]
BrewDog was started by two men and a dog back in April 2007. Sick of the beer that was dominating the UK market, they decided to brew their own. In my experience over the last two weeks, much of UK …Continue Reading »[ Read More → ]
Former rib joint in this rather opulent art deco store front.
“The African Amalgamation of Ubiquity” – a lot of word salad for a tripped out mural with everything from Colman Young to black Egyptians.
A couple planes glidi…[ Read More → ]
I’m not fond of the moniker “hidden gem.” However, I’m going to break my dislike of the term to talk about Due Venti in Clawson. Clawson is nestled between Troy and Royal Oak and is close to Birmingham and Ferndale. …Con…[ Read More → ]
A few months back, I accepted a position as Detroit’s Chief Chowzter. I have been pretty quiet up until now. In a week I leave for London to attend the Chowzter awards. It is with great excitement that I will …Continue Reading »[ Read More → ]