Get a taste of Michigan-grown eats at one of these food-themed festivals.
Bottled in the same section of Detroit since 1907, Faygo is an iconic brand.
In the Grand Traverse region, lovers of French fare have two locations to savor the flavors crafted by Chef Guillaume HazaëlMassieux.
Michigan is one of the top 10 maple syrup producing states. It is the first harvest of the year and is celebrated with festivals around the state.
You’ll find finger lickin’ good chicken dinners, from the Motor City to hidden gems across the Mitten State.
Finding an ice cream shop in Michigan is the easy part. Finding one that offers a true experience is worth the hunt. Connoisseurs may want to craft their own ice cream crawl, starting with these favorites.
At the 45th Parallel, halfway between the equator and the North Pole, Michigan has a sweet spot that is kissed by the waves of the largest lake totally within U.S. borders. It’s a tart spot, too. This spot, in Michigan’s northwest Lower Peninsula, is the world’s Cherry Capital.
Michigan-born Thomas Lents moved out of the state, built his career, received national accolades for his cooking, survived cancer, moved home and opened a dynamic restaurant to rave reviews.
No matter the season, Chandler’s corporate chef Tommy Kaszubowski believes cultivating relationships with local growers and producers is vital for any farm-to-table restaurant.