Grand Rapids Magazine’s November 2018 issue offered up a list of the “Top 5 Places to Get Cookies.” But what about vegan cookies? Here’s a list of GR|MAG’s top four places to score the tastiest vegan cookies in town.
Calling all breakfast food enthusiasts! November 28 is National French Toast Day, and GR|Mag has rounded up some of the most delicious varieties in Grand Rapids for you to indulge in. Grab a friend and make a brunch date to celebrate this classic breakfast staple.
Great news for lovers of Love’s Ice Cream. Love’s Ice Cream, located in the Grand Rapids Downtown Market, has decided to add a confectionary. Or, in other terms, chocolates and candy.
Just because the snow is flying doesn’t mean you have to give up meals from the grill. According to Shane Draper, pitmaster at Grilla Grills in Holland, all you need to do is make a few adjustments to your technique and you can keep your grill lit all winter long.
At French-trained pastry chef Susan VandenBerg’s kitchen table, she might present you with a petite dessert plate of raspberry pistachio tartlet, browned-butter almond cake crowned with Michigan blueberries and sliced almonds, and two delectable versions of buttery shortbread cookies — one lemon-pistachio-sesame, the other rosemary-pecan. The exquisite quartet captivates the senses at once.
In preparation of arguably the best holiday of the year (Thanksgiving), we sat down with Hickory Creek Winery’s owner and winemaker Adam McBride to get the lowdown on how to choose the best wines for turkey day.
There is no better time than the holidays to celebrate with loved ones, relax and eat! Festive bites are a mainstay of most holiday gatherings, but long menus and complicated recipes can stress out even the most seasoned host. This year, why not throw together a crowd-pleasing, no-cooking-required cheese and charcuterie platter?
With the biggest meal of the year on the calendar this month, West Michigan brewers are ready to feast.
Matt Overdevest grew up in the central valley of California, an area abundant with agriculture, so maybe it’s not a surprise that he pursued a career as a chef.
This year’s Restaurant Week, held August 8 – 21, raised $16,322 from participating restaurants and sponsors. The money raised goes into an endowed fund, now totaling $159,428, to support culinary education in Grand Rapids through Grand Rapids Community College.