March 2018 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine
The March 2018 issue will ship after mid-Feb 2018
March 2018 issue includes:
Food Finds 2018
Five bona fide foodies. 40 delicious favorite eats. May we suggest a napkin?
Farm to Flask
That grain you see growing in the field? It's going to become the whiskey you see in the bar. Welcome to Iron Fish Distillery, a Michigan first!
Simon's Bold Harvest
Meet the restaurateur behind several of TC's new restaurants: Harvest, Gaijin, Alley Market, Roaming Harvest.
Dining à L’École
On the shore of a 36-island archipelago, chefs learn the trade based on a distilled essence of local ingredients. Our correspondent investigates
Unlikely Place, Delicious Education
- Up North-- The north’s 22-year-old cookie dough entrepreneur (in 750 stores and counting), new restaurants to try, Wee Bee Jammin’s big birthday, we love Dripworks’ hot cocoa, new tech for richer red wine.
- March Events-- Longer days, fun events. Get out and about!
- Travel-- Tasty reasons to roam the North this spring.
- Up in Michigan-- Carrie Tebeau re ects on eating with her husband, our food editor.
- Dining-- Comfort food for fending off the March chill.
- Local Foodie-- Bake Irish brown soda bread for St. Patty’s Day.
- Drinks-- A local-rum roundup and a chat with distiller Geri LeFebre, of Ethanology
- Outdoors-- Fishing at the edge of ice.
- For Land & Water-- Stronger economy. Stronger community. Stronger you. Local food helps make all that happen
On the Cover:
Over the Top Burger Creation, ingredients courtesy Slabtown Burger.
Photo by Michael Poehlman
And Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column ...
The Family That Hikes Together …
by Deborah Wyatt Fellows
For all intents and purposes, the snow had been gone nearly a month. There was a layer of slush on the ice rink. A blazing March sun masqueraded as a source of warmth,
and we were in the mood to be believers in spring. Bundling our mildly protesting clan of four kids, ages 2 to 12, into the car, we ventured out in search of fresh air and
exercise, maybe even a shoulder-season adventure.
Ours was the only car parked at the trailhead for the Pyramid Point trail in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The boys had brought a soccer ball that bounced off
the frozen ruts of the rock-hard trail.
We didn’t follow the clockwise trek we know: March called for counterclockwise. Just before the meadow we came upon a marked trail heading up the side of a dune,
beckoning with someone’s frozen sandy footprints....
... Get the January issue of Traverse Magazine and read the rest of Deb Wyatt Fellows's column.
- Northern Michigan Gifts--Traverse City, too!
- Home & Cottage
- Magazines & Subscriptions
- Sleeping Bear Dunes Collection
- Local Foods
- Northern Michigan Wedding Gifts