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Wednesday, March 6,2013

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Wednesday, March 6,2013

Buzzing in Benzie

Wine enthusiasts can soothe their need for mead at St. Ambrose Cellars

by Michael Brenton
Tucked away in rural Benzie County, west of Traverse City, sits St. Ambrose Cellars, a honey of a winery — I mean, meadery. Given its remote location, it's unlikely to be an accidental drive-by while exploring the beautiful northwest region near Sleeping Bear Dunes. But whether skiing at nearby Crystal Mountain in the winter or touring in the summer, it is well worth taking the time to buzz over to St. Ambrose and check it out.
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Wednesday, February 27,2013

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Wednesday, February 27,2013

Farmer in 'The L'

Two Lansing-area restaurants maximizing fresh, local produce

by Laura Johnson
I recently saw a clip from the show "Portlandia" in which a dining couple asks their server an absurd list of questions about the local origins of the chicken on the menu. When the server produces the chicken's papers (his name was Colin, and he was fed a diet of sheep's milk, soy and hazelnuts), the couple remains unconvinced, and the scene ends when they leave the restaurant to go check out Colin's farm before they can feel comfortable ordering him for lunch.
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Wednesday, February 20,2013

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Wednesday, February 13,2013

We olive a good burger

Food Fight tackles Michigan original

by ALLAN I. ROSS
Of the many things Michigan is famous for — the Great Lakes, Motown music, Madonna — some things tend to fly under the national radar and remain (mostly) local secrets — the Sleeping Bear Dunes, Mackinac Island, Bruce Campbell. You may be surprised to find out that the subject of this month's Food Fight is one of these Michigan originals: olive burgers.
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Wednesday, February 6,2013

He Ate, She Ate

Chivalry still reigns at stalwart Lansing restaurant

by Mark Nixon and Gabrielle Johnson
I'm a sucker for old restaurants. In a business where restaurants routinely fade to black, you have to admire a place that has outlasted many of its rivals and a good many of its customers. The Knight Cap is such a place; one of the granddaddies of fine dining in Greater Lansing. It opened in 1969, a few blocks east of the Capitol, before Michigan Avenue boasted a ballpark or the Lansing Center.
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Wednesday, January 30,2013

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Wednesday, January 23,2013

A French connection

Eaton Rapids chef offers private gourmet cooking lessons

by Gabrielle Johnson
Whichever argument you support in the age-old "eat to live vs. live to eat" debate, you have to admit that we spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about food. Eat for health. Eat for pleasure. Gluten-free. Paleo. Flexitarian. Food has its own vocabulary nowadays and someone has to teach you to speak the language.
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Wednesday, January 16,2013

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