Is pepperoni pizza just for kids?
We all know that October is associated with candy because of trick-or-treating, but this month is also big for one more thing - pizza! It’s National Pizza Month and, just like toppings, there are so many things to discuss. For Live In The D’s What’s the Buzz, we stuck to the basics - pepperoni.
Roxie’s Breakfast and Lunch takes over for Michelle’s on Gull Road
KALAMAZOO, MI — Roxie’s Breakfast and Lunch has taken over the Gull Road location of Michelle’s, a locally owned breakfast and lunch restaurant. The new brunch place opens on Tuesday, Aug. 31, at 4010 Gull Road. The owner at Roxie’s is Stephen Walatyn, who worked for Michelle’s owners Mike and Jane Leeuw before the opportunity came to branch out on his own. He was offered the chance to become the owner of Michelle’s on Gull Road, he said. The Walantyn family decided on Roxie’s, honoring Steve’s late mother.mlive.com
Lunches like this will fuel you up for going back to school and back to work
With many kids going back to school in person, and many grown-ups returning to work, it’s time to start thinking about packing lunches. Nutrition and fitness expert Jody Trierweiler says you should pay attention to the ingredients.
You’ll find plenty of comfort food at the home of the original double-decker burger
The advertiser paid a fee to promote this sponsored article and may have influenced or authored the content. It’s Michigan Food Week on Live in the D! You can also enter here to win $500 from our sponsors for Michigan Food Week. Among them: They are home to the original double-decker and the original farm to-table service. You can take a trip back in time to taste your favorite sandwiches such as the Original Big Boy Double-Decker, the Slim Jim, or the Dolly Chicken Sandwich.
This food truck rally is a great way to dine-out while social distancing!
A perfect way to do that is to feast at a food truck rally! The Michigan MEGA Food Truck Rally is happening this Saturday, July 4th at Canterbury Village in Orion Township. Unlike last year, there will be no tables or chairs, guests are expected to walk around the park at a safe distance, going from food stand to food stand. Currently, there are 25 food trucks expected to be in attendance, and they may add a few more before the event this Saturday. Galindo’s “A Taste of Mexico” food truck is returning for its second year at the rally.