Fresh Chef Detroit's owner Chef Kirsten fills homes with custom-tailored plates made using fresh, local ingredients during at-home evenings. A wide-ranging culinary artist with special expertise in vegetarian and global cuisines, Chef Kirsten meets with hosts for a consultation or consults over then phone when guests call to book. During the consultation, she gleans her audience's desired menu, discusses the cost of ingredients needed, and measures tolerance for aprons with funny sayings on them. She then harvests necessary ingredients from grocery stores as well as local produce stands and farmers' markets before returning to the host's kitchen. $100 of groceries are covered in this offer, and the host pays anything over that amount to Chef Kirsten upon arrival. Once guests arrive, Chef Kirsten demonstrates a procession of cooking techniques before guests' hungry eyes and teaches them how to dispatch the night's menu to their hungry stomachs for approximately three hours.
Whimsical Occasions Wedding Event Shows is a wedding wonderland. Every corner bursts with floral arrangements in soft pastel colors, elegant white dresses, and platters stacked with reception-ready sweet treats. At this comprehensive wedding expo, brides-to-be can plan their their wedding from proposal to honeymoon all in one location. Brides and grooms can talk with vendors, many of whom are offering day-only specials, and book their services at the show. This helps save time and money traveling to the vendors' individual locations.
Top vendors from across the local Detroit metro area showcase everything from bridal fashions and decor to jewelry, invitations, flowers, and photography. Display tables showcase on-trend color swatches, and ideas for centerpieces, favors, linens, flatware, stemware, gifts, wine, and more. Whether you have no idea where to start or are looking for the perfect cake to hide the rings in, the event can point you in the right direction.
After a long day, the last thing most people want to do is cook an entire four-course meal. But the prospect sounds much more appealing when Chef Michael Spatafore is in charge. Armed with all the necessary groceries for an epic feast, the chef stops by homes to create healthy dishes rooted in Italian flavors. Sometimes he even teaches people how to cook the meals themselves.
Whether they're going to be learning to cook or just dining, clients can select their meals in advance from a menu featuring veal parmesan and chicken alfredo as well as plenty of kosher and vegetarian options. No matter what they choose, they’re in for a good time. Chef Michael has 20 years of standup experience, including gigs opening for Richard Lewis and Rob Schneider, so cooking with him is as entertaining as rolling over bubble wrap in a bulldozer. He even cleans everything up after dinner.
There's nothing gimmicky about Farmington Deli. The staff just lets their fresh, quality meats, cheeses, and vegetables speak for themselves. These ingredients populate a menu that highlights some traditional lunchbox stuffers—turkey and muenster-cheese sandwiches, tuna salad, and embarrassing notes from Mom—as well as a few unconventional eats, including a vegetarian sandwich stacked with cucumber and sprouts. The staff tosses ham, turkey, and swiss with crisp veggies into the chef’s salad, or serves cottage cheese atop a bed of lettuce with fresh fruit. A separate catering menu lets you treat the entire team to a tray of roll-ups, subs, fruits, or veggies.
At the family-owned-and-operated Good Eats and More, pizzas and traditional Italian specialties rise within ovens. Chefs blanket garlic parmesan or butter-sesame-flavored crusts with toppings of spicy capicola, sausage, or pineapple, while layering subs and paninis with hearty meats and melted cheeses. A selection of takeaway lasagnas and mostaccioli dinners can serve up to 10 people. The restaurant's on-site gift shop peddles colorful gifts, fine home accessories, and jewelry—the least tasty but most valuable pizza topping.