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Wednesday, January 18,2012

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by City Pulse
Food Finder listings are rotated each week based on space. If you have an update for the listings, please e-mail food@lansingcitypulse.com.
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Wednesday, January 18,2012

Bacon-wrapped hot dogs and crepe-wrapped treats

Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet or something saucy, these new eateries aim to please

by Joe Torok
Hank’s offers everything from ox tails to neck bones, chicken wings, gyros, corned beef, tacos and, on the weekends, hand-tossed specialty pizzas.
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Wednesday, January 11,2012

Food Finder

by City Pulse
Cafes & Diners TED DEE’S SANDWICH SHOP — This downtown Lansing spot serves a variety of deli sandwiches and specialties, like the chicken cheese panini. It also offers soups, fresh salads and desserts. Every Friday there is a pulled pork sandwich special. 119 S. Washingt...
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Wednesday, January 11,2012

Pasta its prime

Emil's Italian Restaurant is Lansing's oldest eatery, but these days the atmosphere outclasses the food

by Joe Torok
Emil's Italian Restaurant emphasizes its family heritage and calls itself a family-friendly eatery. With the soft lighting and intimate booths, many also consider it a romantic destination for first dates or anniversaries. Others liken the atmosphere to something out of a Martin Scorsese mob film, especially when entering from the back door.
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Wednesday, January 4,2012

What’s in a (French) name?

To understand exactly what you're drinking, learn what's behind your wine's label

by Michael Brenton
France is the most prototypical example of strict growing and labeling regulations, which also simplifies ordering French wine once the rules are understood.
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Wednesday, December 28,2011

Food Finder

Cafes & Diners

by City Pulse Staff
Food Finder listings are rotated each week based on space. If you have an update for the listings, please e-mail food@lansingcitypulse.com.
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Wednesday, December 28,2011

Caffeine and daydreams

Red Cedar Café is a peaceful oasis in East Lansing

by Joe Torok
Red Cedar opened earlier this year adjacent to the Brookfield Plaza, at the corner of Grand River Avenue and Hagadorn Road.
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Wednesday, December 21,2011

A touch of winter warmth

Get saucy at two local barbecue restaurants

by Joe Torok
'euro;'I'euro;'ve been barbecuing all enough flavor from the rub (sans MSG and binders, Mendoza notes) all by itself, any extra sauce would be my life, doing brisket in the backyard since I was 5 years King of the Grill 4400 N. Grand River Ave., overkill in my book.
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Wednesday, December 21,2011

Creativity in the kitchen

Familiar faces from Lansing’s art community contribute recipes for tasty holiday fun

by James Sanford
It's wonderful to reunite with friends and family during the holiday season. It's not always so wonderful, however, when you have to feed them. So we asked some of Lansing's most creative people to share their recipes for tasty, easy-to-make foods that will please your guests and won't keep you captive in the kitchen.
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Wednesday, December 14,2011

Food Finder

Eastern tastes

by City Pulse
Food Finder listings are rotated each week based on space. If you have an update for the listings, please e-mail food@lansingcitypulse.com.
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