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As the temps begin to tickle the balmy 40-degree mark, Northern Michigan folks ditch the winter coats and start looking for their flip flops... And their grilling tongs.
As the price for groceries steadily increases, it can really feel like there’s simply no affordable way to cook nutritious meals at home for your family. We’ve put together some tips on how to avoid the urge to swing through the drive-thru and cook at home to save money, and maybe even have a little fun!
When you think of Irish cuisine, you likely think of potatoes. And that’s totally fine. Potatoes have powered the Irish people for centuries, and it remains a source of pride to the Irish to this day.
Don’t get us wrong, we love Traverse City. The summers are incredible, fall is simply gorgeous, and spring is magical. Winter, of course, is also an incredible time to be in TC.. until late February or March. It’s this time of year that many Northern Michigan residents head for warmer, and potentially delicious, locales.
President’s Day, which is also George Washington’s birthday, is coming up quickly on Monday, February 21. While few folks decide to celebrate the occasion, )aside from mattress stores, it seems) perhaps cooking enthusiasts have a delicious reason to take the holiday a bit more seriously.