Keegan C. Rodgers, Head Baker at the People’s Food Co-Op, will guide you in the delicate art of the French macaron.
Food Literacy for All promotes discussions about sustainable agriculture and the commitment to growing healthy foods, often with lectures by guest speakers.
The University Flower Shop and Bløm Meadworks present Tropical Nouveau, a new twist on the trend of painting while enjoying a glass of wine.
Zingerman’s Creamery is hosting a fondue and raclette event, where you will learn how to make two different kinds of fondue and a traditional Swiss raclette.
If you can’t say no to an ice-cold hard cider, make it a point to go to the Cider and Cheese tasting at Zingerman’s Creamery. From dry to super sweet, Michigan hard ciders will be paired with various cheeses, bread, and other refreshments from the Cream Top Shop. Learn how to select cider-cheese pairings for
A peek into the minds of Ann Arbor’s culinary arbiters and their unique perspective on Washtenaw County’s dining and hospitality culture. This month: Susan Torodoff, Juicy Kitchen owner.
Are you a cheese lover who would love to know more about this nuanced food? Savour a journey through the land of cheese with Zingerman’s zealous cheesemongers as they guide you through the seven major styles. Learn how to create impressive cheese boards while sampling fine cheeses from around the world. Bread and additional accompaniments
Referred to as the “Yelp for noise levels”—SoundPrint is a crowdsourcing app that allows people to search and rate restaurants, bars and cafes based on how quiet or noisy they are. Recently launched nationwide for iOS, SoundPrint allows patrons to find their perfect quieter venue. SoundPrint’s nationwide database totals more than 30K noise level submissions
Restaurants and bars from throughout Ann Arbor will compete to be recognized for the best food and beer pairings at the 6th annual Art and Brew Fundraiser.