By Food Editor Pam Aughe
The editors of edibleWOW were out exploring again, and this time we visited Ann Arbor. We began at one of the greatest concepts for a local food market called Argus Farm Stop. This market is a true direct-to-consumer market for local producers of vegetables, fruits, meats, baked goods, dairy and artisan foods. Availability changes with the season (which is a new concept for most shoppers), and quality is maintained with sustainable farmers found within 5 to 20 miles from the market. It’s a great way to support a Michigan business that supports our local agriculture 100%. After doing some light food shopping for dinner, we worked up an appetite.
Our next stop was Pastry Peddler right on University of Michigan’s campus. Pastry Peddler is a bakery with an emphasis on French pastries and Michigan pasties. We shared a wonderful take on an apple turnover called an apple puff. It was fluffy, light and delicious. We also tried a bacon and macaroni muffin which was essentially bacon macaroni and cheese baked into a muffin shape.… Read More