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Graduate Rock Bar 133 Evergreen Ave., East Lansing 4-11 p.m. Monday-Thursday 4 p.m.-midnight Friday Noon-midnight Saturday Noon-11 p.m. … more
The Lansing Foodies Facebook group is hosting the first-ever festival honoring a tried-and-true Michigan staple: the olive burger. The event runs noon to 7 p.m. Saturday (June 24) at Jackson Field, … more
I spend a fair amount of time on the clock conferring with my coworkers as to where I should get food. Cask & Co. has come up often — not only in these discussions but also in my Google … more
I once took a train from Beijing to Siberia. We left the station early in the morning, crawling slowly behind factories, past thousands of people outside doing synchronized tai chi before work. I … more
When City Pulse covered That New Place in February, it was a small pop-up operating four days per week for three weeks at In KinD Bakery in Williamston. Now, it has evolved into a full restaurant and … more
I’ve lived on the east side for more than 15 years, so El Oasis’ original location on Michigan Avenue and its menu aren’t novel to me, nor are they probably new to many of you, dear … more
“Overnight” often means getting something in a hurry, like a package you ordered online. But with oats, it means the opposite. Overnight oats are currently having a moment as a breakfast … more
Takeout is a luxury, of course, but some days it feels like the only thing tethering me to sanity and convincing me to forge ahead in life. Am I being hyperbolic? Probably. But I … more
Nearly 2% of the land in the Lower 48 is lawn. In the most populous areas, that percentage is even higher. It’s fair to say that most of us have too much lawn and not enough garden — … more
Looking to get your grocery shopping done while soaking up the sunlight and supporting local farmers and businesses? Visit any of the farmers markets in Greater Lansing, where you’ll find fresh … more
With the conclusion of Michigan State University’s spring semester, it’s once again safe to visit East Lansing’s eateries. I took advantage of this opportunity and visited Kimchi … more
I make a point to eat a dandelion every day. The whole plant is edible, from the sunny top to the deep taproot and all the stem, stalk and leaf in between. There are ways to eat dandelions that … more
Pablo’s Eastside 2010 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sunday 517-580-8315 pablosrestaurants.com … more
There are more than a score of Mexican restaurants, food trucks and shops around Lansing. But who has what you’re craving? Luckily for you, we’ve analyzed the menus of more than a dozen different … more
Both reviewers agree if The Old Bag of Nails wants to gain traction in Lansing, it will need to step its game up. "My two visits — one takeout, one dine-in — left me with an overall dissatisfied … more
Winter is so long, isn’t it? It took until March this year, but I finally realized the importance of forcing myself out of the house in the evenings to seek out things that spark some light. … more
My son Remy was supposed to bring cheese and crackers to the ski team potluck, but he wanted to bring California rolls instead. It was a lot more work but a good idea. Everyone loves California rolls. Here's how to make them … more
I won’t bury the lead: Bread Bites is my favorite restaurant I’ve discovered since emerging from my height-of-the-pandemic isolation cave. I’ve sampled its food on three occasions … more
One of my favorite snacks is sprouted almonds. I start by soaking a cup of raw almonds in a Mason jar of water. After about two hours, I’ll change the water, then let them soak overnight. By … more
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