Tag: millennials

Spicy Shrimp Ramen
Main Squeeze, Soups

Shrimp and Chili Ramen


It’s amazing to see Millennials discover and reinvent Ramen, a Chinese noodle soup. For decades, college memories have included the packaged “delicacy” Ramen Noodles- many of us had stockpiles in our dorms and even ate noodles to survive during undergrad. Today, we are broadening our Ramen experiences by using traditional […]

Vegan Veggie Soup

Vegan Lima Bean and Okra Soup


Soups are one of my favorite things to make and they happen to be perfect for those who would like to create meals that will stretch throughout these quarantined days. This lima bean and okra soup is a favorite for my 70-year-old, vegan client who likes plenty of fresh vegetables […]

Fluffy Buttermilk Biscuits
Baking, Sides

Fluffy, Buttermilk Biscuits


Let me be the first to level the energy and say that I am in no way a good baker. I’ve made cooking that has turned into overcooked scones that were rock hard and usually forget to add eggs or milk to the boxed cake mix. Like many other people, […]

Main Squeeze

Fall-Friendly Crockpot Chili


  Let’s be honest, I think everyone loves the fall season- hay rides, crockpot meals, and reasons to enjoy our favorite holiday treats. When you ignore the fact that winter is two weeks away, seasonal allergies and depression- it’s practically the 2nd best time of the year. But back to […]

Foodie in the City

The Breakfast Loft


In August, I started a restaurant series called Foodies in the City, a pop-up experience for foodies looking to try new restaurants in Metro Detroit. September’s meet up was held at The Breakfast Loft– a brand new restaurant in Detroit’s Rivertown community offering a brunch-inspired menu. The owner, fellow Detroit […]

Wine with Elle

The Millennial Winedown


In a city full of creative millennials, spaces for networking are very important. When I moved back to Detroit full-time after undergrad, I set a goal to attend as many networking events as possible to connect with other professionals, bloggers, and community leaders. Let me just say, networking events can […]