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Ann Arbor Chef Serves Up Non-traditional Coneys At A U-M Tailgate

The Grill Iron features The Ravens Club chef as he serves up a special coney recipe.

Frank Fejeran, executive chef at The Ravens Club in Ann Arbor.
Frank Fejeran, executive chef at The Ravens Club in Ann Arbor.
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The Grill Iron, a new show by Tastemade, follows chef Frank Fejeran of The Ravens Club in Ann Arbor as he builds a gourmet coney dogs from farm to the plates of University of Michigan tailgaters. During the episode, Fejeran takes the show’s host Jackie Tranchida to White Lotus Farms, a Buddhist community in Southeast Michigan, to procure freshly made goats milk cheese curds.

While the The Grill Iron at times has the squeaky clean feel of a car commercial (Hyundai is one of the show’s chief advertisers), the non-traditional coney dog Fejeran produces looks nothing short of delicious, blending Michigan beer-poached Corridor sausage, cocoa-flavored venison chili, house made beer mustard, and as special ingredient—fried White Lotus cheese curds.

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