Worried that sending your kid off to college means their diets will consist of boxed meals or ramen?
It’s like “Iron Chef” — only middle school style.
While the weather may be frigid, hearty grillers will still brave brutal temps to brush the snow off the BBQ and turn up the heat for their favorite grilled meats.
Instead of yet another fast-food meal, spend some time in the kitchen with your kids preparing one of these simple, healthy meals.
Planning your holiday menu? Don’t forget the nuts — and we’re not talking about the in-laws. From stuffing to salads, nuts are one of the easiest ways to add flavor and crunch to your holiday favorites.
Detroit is an up-and-coming food hotspot and people are starting to take notice. From Greektown to Mexicantown to the northern suburbs, the Detroit area has some of the best chefs in the country heating up the culinary scene. Check out these five up-and-comers.
“We’re trying to debunk the myth that eating is expensive,” Sarah Mills, a manager of Cooking Matters in Detroit explained.
As the weather warms up, it’s time to embrace cooking outdoors. Get your grill on with tips from our grilling guide.
It’s a sign of Spring time: The 21st Annual Michigan Home and Garden Show is back at the Pontiac Silverdome. The show features ideas about landscaping, gardening and home improvement.
The Michigan Food and Beverage Association has once again published and made available its free “Favorite Holiday Recipes” newsletter for its members and their customers.