Stories tagged: "food"


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Support These Black-Owned Restaurants This Black History Month

Businesses owned by African Americans were affected the most by the coronavirus pandemic, but Michiganders can patronize Black-owned restaurants to offset the loss.

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‘Blood, Sweat, and Tears’: Michigan Farmers Stay Committed to Healthy Food During COVID-19

COVID-19 showed possibilities for smaller operations to succeed, though experts skeptical on major industry shift.

Social media accounts can give Michiganders insight about what's going on around the state, and inspiration to get involved.
24 Social Media Pages Michiganders Should Follow Right Now to Stay in the Know

From family to food, to discovering hidden Michigan gems, these sites will keep you informed.

Resources for Michiganders reflect the ethnic makeup of the population. There is help available for every community.
All the Resources We Could Find for Non-White Michiganders This Winter

From legal services to child care and food, these organizations want to help Michigan’s people of color thrive.

Preece and her son Hunter check out watermelons in the garden.
Lincoln Park Waitress Grows Food to Make up for Lost Income Due to Pandemic

Losing tips and gaining a new perspective, this Mitten State worker is getting closer to her food source.

While Superman ice cream looks pretty much the same anywhere you go — red, yellow, and blue ice cream swirled together to create tasty rainbow goodness — fans can't seem to nail down the exact flavors of each color. (Photo via Shutterstock)
This National Ice Cream Month, Here’s 5 Things You Might Not Know About Michigan’s Favorite Flavor

From its murky origins to its even more mysterious flavor profile, we’re digging into Michigan’s all-time favorite ice cream flavor: Superman.

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To-Go, Please: 18 of Our Favorite Warm Weather Treats in Michigan

Start here when you’re craving a treat that just doesn’t hold up in a delivery driver’s car. Someone close to you is serving it up safely.