Foodies are not run-of-the-mill kind of people and they sure don't want their food to be bland or boring. Foodies find pleasure ie being able to pick out secret ingredients, and they really love mixing diverse flavors together to create something new. And a true foodie loves to experience International cuisines with all the cultural nuances that come with it. These restaurants are sure to keep any and all foodie's taste buds tantalized and excited to try even more.
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Foodies are not run-of-the-mill kind of people and they sure don't want their food to be bland. Foodies find pleasure in being able to pick out secret ingredients, and they really love mixing diverse flavors together to create something new. These restaurants are sure to keep any and all foodie's taste buds interested with some of the freshest, local ingredients and one-of-a-kind recipes.
Four Wheels=Great Meals! Parked throughout Greater Lansing find these food trucks offering a variety of cuisines like farm-to-truck fare and down-to-earth comfort food. Check out Lansing'sfood trucks
Love food? Why not indulge in some Greater Lansing cooking classes suitable for individuals, couples and families.
Explore flavors of Turkish food | Two-hour classes make a perfect choice | Founder Burcay Gungular leads you through the class to create some delicious Turkish meals and delicacies.
Specializing in kids’ class options like burger building and breakfast making | Couples and girlfriend classes include pasta making and cake decorating | Owner Nikki Thompson Frazier will keep the class fun, interesting and enjoyable for everyone – from kids to adults.
Craft delicious dinners and menus from around the globe | Classes, workshops and kids boot camp options | State-of-the-art kitchen, adjoining seasonal garden, outdoor wood-fired oven | Let Chef Denene Vincent help you add to your culinary skill set and set the table with the…