High heat, sharp objects, open flames, and picky customers. The chef’s life ain’t easy— but it is inventive and demanding, and these Washtenaw County chefs live for the thrill of it. Nick Hinderliter Night Cook, Lucky’s Market 1919 S. Industrial Hwy. | Ann Arbor 734-368-9137 | luckysmarket.com What did you have for dinner last night? A
The Pie Lovers Unite! extravaganza honors pie-making in all of its forms by inviting people to bake, bring, share, and taste pies from around the area. The event will honor all things pie with pie-themed music, walks, and a hilarious Pie-KU poetry recital. The main event: a pie contest with prizes and of course, eating
Cordon Bleu Chef Sunshine makes the kitchen her stage as she expertly whips up a culinary theater piece that engages audiences with flavorful stories and spicy aromas from her native India.
Chia Shiang restaurant sits on Packard Road, nestled among Morgan & York and Fraser’s Pub, an unlikely location for an imperial Chinese feast. When Barry Pang and Katherine Li left northern China in 1999, they anticipated that they would be working in the United States for an American corporation for some time. Their US employer’s