Traditional Detroit Frog Legs
Mormor's Aquavit-Cured Salmon with Mustard Sauce
Salt Cod and Crab Fritters
Honey Roasted Carrots with Red Onion Gremolata
Yucatan Pork in Banana Leaves
"In 1910 Detroit produced, shipped, and consumed 12 tons of frog legs, 6 million pairs of legs (called 'saddles')," writes Bill Loomis in the article "When Frogs Were King" for Hour Detroit.
“The sugary gene is kind of misnamed -- it's really not that sweet.” Bill Tracy on sweet corn
“The sugary gene is kind of misnamed -- it's really not that sweet.”