Cornman Farms, Recipes

Fish and Chips: A History

Fish and chips is often thought of as THE quintessential English dish. It’s a national institution woven into the history and culture of England and, not surprisingly, a favorite of our very own, British chef, Kieron Hales!  “In the UK, you usually eat fish and chips at 9 o’clock at night, or at 10 o’clock in […]

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Ari's Top 5, Cooking, Good Food, Miss Kim, Recipes

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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Ari's Top 5, Cooking, Parm Project, Recipes

Champagne and Parmigiano Reggiano Risotto

An easy recipe for Champagne and Parmigiano Reggiano Risotto

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Cooking, Education, Recipes

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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Ari's Picks, Cooking, Recipes

Roasted Vegetables with Cajun Blackening Spices

Here’s one great recipe from the de Vienne family of Épices de Cru fame.  Easy and excellent!  Our friend Sylviane is a fantastic cook who, like the rest of us, is known to forget things in the oven. One day, she served the most delicious, dark-roasted vegetables, crisped to perfection. The natural sugars of the […]

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Beer, Cooking, Cornman Farms, Food, Recipes, Travel

Tabitha’s Alaskan-Inspired Coconut Salmon

by Tabitha Mason, co-managing partner of Zingerman’s Cornman Farms I was born in Alaska, and I think it’s one of the most beautiful places on the planet.  I dream of retiring to Alaska, but not Anchorage, where I was born–Girdwood, Alaska is the town that speaks to me the most.  Girdwood is a small mountain […]

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