Tag Archives: Food

On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow

Have seeds? Bring seeds. Need seeds? Take seeds. Project Grow’s annual Seed Swap brings gardeners together to exchange potential crops and strategies. This regular event is part of Project Grow’s mission to encourage the creation of organic community gardens throughout Ann Arbor. Get a head start on planning for your spring crop and pick the

Summit For Sustainability

For 11 years, the Local Food Summit has brought its message of sustainable, locally grown foods to individuals and organizations of Greater Washtenaw County. The 2020 edition features traditional workshops, networking and more, with a keynote from Leah Penniman, educator, farmer and author of Farming While Black. $15-508am-4pm | Monday, March 9Washtenaw Community College Morris

International Flavor, Local Destination

Sample the often-spicy, always delicious cuisine of Bangladesh during International House Ann Arbor’s next Tastes of the World series. Raju Ahmmed, a Fulbright scholar from Bangladesh, will oversee the cooking of a menu of Bangladeshi favorites, including chicken/beef bhuna and lentil soup, with a dessert of Semai. 6-8pm | Friday, March 27International House Ann Arbor921

Ann Arbor Distilling Company’s Alyssa Hughes Talks Production Philosophy

When Alyssa Hughes, the new interim head distiller at Ann Arbor Distilling Company, first started reading about alchemy as a teenager, she had no idea that her fascination with the topic would lead to her to become a cheesemaker and, eventually, a distiller of spirits. While the connection between alchemy, cheesemaking and distilling might seem

Dry Night Out at Zingerman’s

Have you always wanted to enjoy one of Zingerman’s cheese and beverage pairing classes but you don’t drink? Have a Dry Night Out. This monthly event has Zingerman’s renowned cheesemongers present samples of the creamery’s best bites, paired with non-alcoholic beverages. Soda, fruit juice, Kombucha tea and more will be among the drinks accompanying Zingerman’s

Washtenaw County CSA Fair February 16

Find great bargains on the freshest produce and meats possible at the Washtenaw County CSA Fair on February 16. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms sell their wares directly to consumers via a weekly allotment that customers pay for at the beginning of the year, giving the farmers some financial security and customers the promise of