November 2017 Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine
Cheesy Potatoes and Beyond
The ultimate comfort food given a scratch-cook, flavorful and beautiful evolution, by Pete Boothroyd, chef, owner of Centre Street Café. Gorgeous on your holiday table!
Ski Buzz 2017
New downhill and boarder gear—and irresistible looks—to ignite the snowy season ahead. (Ideas from three northern ski shops.)
Saving Palmer Woods
Stretching two miles north to south and embracing 721 acres of gorgeous Leelanau County forest. Yours to explore, thanks to the Leelanau Conservancy. Check it out!
MyNorth Holidays, Shop Local
Of course, our gift guide has something for every person on your list! And you can shop for it right here!
Red Dirt Road’s fashionistas for good; thinking huge for the Manitou Passage lighthouse crib; big victories for TC’s global cycling star Larry Warbasse; whiskey, gourmet chocolate, captivating art and small plates by Bistro FouFou—fresh and delicious concept at TC’s Mammoth.
This Is MyNorth
Inventive, delicious recipes for turkey day, tips for beer week, Giving Tuesday, and way, way more at MyNorth.com.
The holidays are revving up! Celebrate with your community at a local event.
Festive Getaways to brighten your 11th month.
Up in Michigan
Who's most Michigan, him or her?
Trout fishing in November. It's better than you think.
Sausage shops for November's hunt: lunches and Thanksgiving Day feasts.
IPAs of the North Country - raise a glass to TC Beer Week.
On the Cover:
Potato Towers made by Chef Pete Boothroyd from Centre Street Café, picture taken by Jon-Paul Allgaier of Greyscale Group.
And Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column ...
I overslept this morning. Usually I am well into my day by the time the first November light creeps over the hill behind the house. Dawn, always serene, seems to happen while I’m in the shower. But this morning I opened my eyes as the barren trees began to glisten on their eastern sides, black bark wet with a night’s rain. I watched the browned meadow grass begin to glow, lit by a shaft of morning sun breaking through clouds the color of gunmetal.
In the heart of it all, 25 yards from my window, four deer picked their way gracefully across the slope. I had seen five just a few evenings before and was reminded...
... Read the rest of Deborah Wyatt Fellows's column in the November 2017 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan's Magazine.