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Miss Kim’s Marvelous Bibimbob Meal Kits

Traditional Korean cooking in your home kitchen Seven months in, it’s safe to say that the challenges of the pandemic have been many. You don’t need me to detail them all here. But in the shadows of the struggles that have gotten most of the attention, there have still been small slivers of positive progress […]

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Miso Butter Sauce from Miss Kim

Miso butter is a scrumptious sauce you can put to work in wonderfully easy ways Looking for an easy way to make your home cooking meaningfully more interesting? Here’s a wonderful one—miso butter. Its roots are in Asian tradition; you can order it up every day of the week from Miss Kim’s kitchen, and it’s easy […]

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How to Get Your Staples & Favorites from Zingerman’s

***Special hours as of April 8***   Whether stocking up on staples to cook at home, or need a break from cooking, Zingerman’s is here for you!   Zingerman’s Delicatessen: Pickup & local delivery for you or a loved one 11am-7pm every day SANDWICHES zingermansdeli.com (734) 663-3354 Your favorite sandwiches, sides, salads & soups GROCERIES […]

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Champagne and Parmigiano Reggiano Risotto

An easy recipe for Champagne and Parmigiano Reggiano Risotto

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Still Sparking Joy After All These Years

Nearly 90 years and 20 million copies later, Irma S. Rombauer’s self-published Joy of Cooking is a kitchen staple for generations of home cooks and professional chefs. In November 2019, the 12th edition of the iconic cookbook Joy of Cooking was released after undergoing a thorough revision and expansion by Irma’s great-grandson, John Becker, and his […]

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Passport to the Farmers Market from Miss Kim

Fairy tale eggplants, hen of the woods mushrooms, candy cane beets and delicata squash. What sound like characters in a wild childhood fable are actually staples in Michigan farmers markets during a few magical, yet fleeting, weeks in early fall. Miss Kim’s head chef Ji Hye Kim says she looks forward to this time of […]

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