Secrets to making a delicious pie from a Flat Rock restaurant known for them
Whether pumpkin, pecan, or apple the way many people end their Thanksgiving meal is with a slice of pie, but making pie is no easy feat. There’s a lot that can go wrong in the pursuit of flakey crust, so we invited Catherine Zornischenko, the Owner of Kate’s Kitchen in Flat Rock, and Manager Gina Putty to get their advice on how to make a tasty pie.
Here’s the key to making a good apple pie
We are entering a favorite season for many - Michigan apple pie season! Our beautiful state grows some of the best apples around, and with all that fresh fruit, you just have to have some in a freshly baked pie. Susan Wilcox Olson, Spokesperson for the Grand Traverse Pie Company, joined host Jason Carr to talk about apples, pie, and more.
Give mom a break this weekend and cook this easy recipe
For Mother’s Day, many moms just want some extra time to themselves. So why not take over the cooking for this weekend? If you are new to the kitchen, or just want to keep things simple, we spoke to Carissa Galloway, a Registered Dietician, and Nutritionist, to get her ideas for some easy and nutritious meals and snacks.
Siri Daly shares her best advice for cooking with kids, dealing with picky eaters
Siri Daly has her own cookbook, a food blog, and regularly appears on the Today Show to share her recipes, often with husband Carson Daly by her side. But she’s also a mom who has dealt with her fair share of picky eaters.
This is how you should reheat your leftovers
The key to reheating leftovers is to maintain the texture of the food. If your fries were crispy the night before, you want them to be crispy again... not a soggy mess - which is what the microwave will do. Here’s a list of 6 pretty common foods, and how to reheat them so they taste like they were made fresh- or as close to it as possible.
Ann Arbor’s Literati Bookstore to host events with authors Neil Gaiman, Jenny Lawson in April
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Throughout April, fans of downtown Ann Arbor’s Literati Bookstore will be visited over Zoom by internationally-known authors, humorists and beloved food writers. On April 8, the independent bookstore will welcome authors Jenny Lawson and Neil Gaiman. The following week on April 16, Literati will host New York Times bestselling author Jeff VanderMeer and author Kristen Roupenian. The book launches will be hosted by publisher HarperCollins through the virtual events platform Crowdcast. Literati Bookstore is at 124 E. Washington St.
Metro Detroit woman turns hobby into thriving business
At the Red Wings games, Monica Notaro’s talent was pretty obvious to fans, but the local mother had another hidden talent, which she turned into a booming business. Notaro has been performing in front of crowds for her 4-year-old daughter Mila’s entire life. At the beginning of 2019, Notaro started Urth -- a meal delivery company based on her popular vegan and vegetarian recipes. So that’s kind of our window for when we cook and to keep everything completely fresh,” Notaro said. Notaro said her next big goal is to open a storefront for her business.