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Naengmyeon (n-yang-me-on) translates to “cold noodles” in Korean. This simple name renders incomplete justice to this kaleidoscopic dish.   The noodles are indeed cold, thanks … more
By SARAH SPOHN  Downtown Lansing residents and workers can once again get their pie and eat it too. On July 5, Grand Traverse Pie Company reopened its Washington Square store following nearly … more
Some of the best chefs I know are vegetable farmers, preparing their own produce in their home kitchens during the heat of summer. With a hungry crew grumbling in the fields, time is of the essence, … more
 By KYLE KAMINSKI  You don’t have to be a Michigan State University student or alum to find some nostalgia in kicking back and watching the game at a sports bar in a college town … more
It’s 5 p.m. Friday at Harry’s Place.  A group of customers in their 30s and 40s are having a nice long chat with their waitress.  “Did you miss me?” she says, … more
I recently visited Fall River, a sleepy fishing town on the Rhode Island border whose long-established Portuguese community has made it the capital of Portuguese seafood in North America. There, amid … more
I’m not exactly sure how Lucky’s Steakhouse in Okemos has managed to escape my culinary radar over the last four years, but I’m sure glad that a random pitstop at a neighboring … more
The stalwart Picnic Food Truck (517picnic.com) is run by the incredibly talented Karrie Brewer. I’ve had food from Picnic many times and have worked with Brewer to prepare extravagant, … more
When I visit family in the Boston area, I’ll do some eating, to put it mildly. The way a hungry coyote finds time for a wounded rabbit, I’ll make time for the farmers markets to see … more
A hotspot the East Lansing community has called a home away from home for nearly 50 years has changed hands but will remain firmly in place.  The Peanut Barrel, 521 E. Grand River Ave. on new … more
 While fast food isn’t the hamburger’s only venue, it was engineered for life on the go from the very first prototype. According to the official hamburger creation story, as … more
Nothing says summertime like juicy burgers, smoky BBQ and spicy chicken wings. City Pulse checked in with some of the top local spots, as voted by you in the 2021 Top of the Town … more
Every year, the growers will bring their frizzy-headed fennel bulbs to the farmer's market. And then they’ve got some explaining to do.  The customers wish to buy this attractive … more
This week’s featured flavor to savor may be the longest continuously operating food special in the Capital City.   It’s the Friday fish fry at Harry’s Bar & Grill, which … more
Holly McDermitt and Sarah Stratton have been friends for several decades. A few years ago, they decided to become business partners, with their bakery, Michigan Made Treats. Last week, they … more
Look who’s back for another edition of my unofficial #comfortfoodcrawl. This time, I ventured out to downtown East Lansing’s Black Cat Bistro. During the height of the pandemic, I saw … more
Potato salad isn’t supposed to be a main event. Its humble job is to support other dishes as a kind of chunky mayonnaise — a creamy and tangy mortar between the important dishes. But the … more
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It translates to “Spring Pasta” from the Italian, so forgive me for assuming Pasta Primavera is a classic springtime Italian dish. But while Primavera sounds classy, it turns out Pasta … more
 The main purpose of a turnip is to feed hungry people, and the hakurei, pronounced like “samurai,” turnip is no exception.   We aren’t talking about the kind of hunger … more
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