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Exploring the Heidelberg Project – Detroit

Heidelbeg Project
Exploring the Heidelberg Project in Detroit…

Cat vs Mouse – Fel3000Ft Graffiti – Detroit

Detroit Graffiti

It’s cat eat mouse world…or is it?

Tapioca Maltodextrin – What it Is & How to Use It

Olive Oil Powder
Molecular Gastronomy is a term that has gotten alot of attention over the years. A more fitting term is modern cuisine, but whatever you call it you have definitely heard of emulsification, spherification, foam and powders! For those of you that think it is about using “unnatural additives” you have another thing coming to you. All of the additives used in modern cuisine are plant derived, and furthermore you are already consuming them in your everyday food products, you just don’t realize it…

Inside The Whitney – Detroit

The Whitney Architechture
The Whitney in Detroit is a magnificent mansion. The Whitney restaurant food is nothing earth shattering as you can read in my Whitney Review. But, the mansion is self is amazing and fun to tour. You can read about the history of the place. I’m so glad it is run as a restaurant so that it has been kept around and so well maintained. Each room is a new surprise, and here are some photos of it inside out…

Bangkok 96 – Thai – Dearborn

Bangkok 96
Bangkok 96 in Dearborn is a non-nondescript restaurant off of Telegraph. At first glance its not a place that stands out but then you notice something, the parking lot is always full. And I mean always. Since my usual Thai spot had recently closed I needed a new place to feed my Pad Thai and Sweet & Sour addictions…

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