As the rain falls and the sun beams on Southeast Michigan, local crops are blooming. You’ll find the some of the best produce of the year made here in Michigan. … Continue reading
Since May is national salsa month, we’d like to devote a little attention to this universal of condiments that attracts sweet and savory alike.
Holiday entertaining needn’t be difficult, stressful or expensive. Here are a few tips to help keep it simple so you can enjoy time spent with family and friends. … Continue reading
One of the most affordable, versatile and healthful meals begins with an egg. Mixed into a summer strata, combined with cheese, milk and mix-ins for a quick quiche or scrambled with nature’s bounty as a satisfying omelet, eggs are an … Continue reading
A great way to survive summer heat is to whip up soothing smoothies to satisfy every member of your household. With the neat relief of a popsicle or ice cream sundae but a fraction of the calories, smoothies can pack … Continue reading
I read somewhere recently that there are now more than 3,000 shapes and varieties of pasta. … Continue reading
EXCERPT FROM BLOG June 2008 Aside from not smoking, the most important factors in creating good health are what we eat and how active we are, according to the Harvard School of Public Health. At Hiller’s, we are committed to … Continue reading
Back to school, back to tasks, and there’s hardly any time to make a great dinner. It’s easier than you think – with a rotisserie chicken. … Continue reading
The only way Jason Patterson can get his son Denyn to eat salad is by laying slices of salami and cheese atop greens and renaming the dish Denyn’s Chef Salad. “My son is a devoted carnivore,” says Patterson.
Dining at home is the new extravagance, with lower lobster orders at restaurants resulting in great deals at the grocery. October is National Seafood Month – consider cooking a crustacean for dinner this week! … Continue reading
When Norman Cohn was a dishwasher at Michigan State University, the cook made chicken one night and then picked the remaining meat off the carcass to serve the next night. … Continue reading
What are you taking for lunch today? Sandwiches are common practice in kids’ lunches and picnic pouches, but even office execs are eating PB&J, ham and cheese and fancier muffalettas in an effort to save money, eat well and control … Continue reading
Longer days bring busier schedules and even less time to cook wholesome family meals. The genius in your kitchen isn’t hired help – it’s a slow-cooked meal, simmering all day while you’re out. … Continue reading
A shopper wrote recently about her grandparents from Calabria (the toe of the boot that is Italy). Here’s what she had to say about the holidays in her heritage. … Continue reading
Take a vacation for your senses by sampling these exotic seasonal fruits. . … Continue reading
Giant slices of watermelon whose juices run down your chin after taking a bite. Warm cookies straight from the oven, accompanied by cold, cold milk. Refrigerator rolls rising in the oven to eat with breaded chicken and sparking-hot corn cobs … Continue reading