In Season July 3, 2012 | The Rapidian

  Come see what’s at the farmers market this week! Tasty fruits, veggies, baked goods, meats and much more!  In Season July 3, 2012 | The Rapidian.

News You Can Taste: Weekly Roundup 7/1/12


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News You Can Taste: Weekly Roundup 6/24/12

Introducing a new weekly mashup featuring the best sources of food and drink news in West Michigan.

ELWM Weekend Foodie Forecast 6/22/12

Everything you need to plan your weekend!

Public: A New Restaurant in Zeeland


For those who think Eastown gets all the good restaurants, I encourage you to give Public in Zeeland a try.

Food Trucks I’d Love to See in Grand Rapids


While waiting for the food truck debate to go before the Grand Rapids City Commission on June 12, I have spent some time dreaming about possible new food trucks.

Salt of the Earth Announces 3rd Annual Michigan Wine & Beer Dinner Series


In what has become a wildly-popular winter/spring tradition, West Michigan’s Salt of the Earth announces its third-annual monthly Michigan Wine & Beer Dinner Series at its downtown Fennville rustic American eatery, starting on January 11 and running through June 20.

Joel Salatin Coming to West Michigan


If you’ve watched Food, Inc. or read The Omnivore’s Dilemma, or even if you’ve been in the foodie crowd long enough, you’ve probably heard of Joel Salatin, the alternative farmer from Virginia. In January, you can hear him in person.

What to Expect at a West Michigan Co-Op Pickup

I’ve been intending to sign up for the West Michigan Co-Op for oh, a couple of years now. As with anything, it’s difficult to make the first step.

Locally Owned Restaurants: Does It Make a Difference?


When a certain restaurant chain opened in Grand Rapids, I had a hard time getting excited. Because it’s a chain. When others pointed this out, many responded, “so what if it’s a chain? Local workers still get jobs there, right? What difference does it make?”

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