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Industry Night at Yemans Street; A Sister Pie Recipe

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Sister Pie.
Sister Pie.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

NEWS — A new company, Detroit Ento, is looking to produce insect meals for the masses. The product has already made it into a few local dishes including Johnny Noodle King's Halloween special. [ModelD]

EVENTWIRE — Detroit Underground Omakase, a culinary club with dishes selected by a chef, is hosting two upcoming events. Tickets are $35. [EaterWire]

RECIPES — Want to know the secret behind Sister Pie's tahini-cardamom squash pie? Bakery owner Lisa Ludwinski gives the world her full recipe in a recent interview. [Bloomberg]

ADVENTURES IN MARKETING — The marketing juggernaut behind Anheuser-Busch has created an interactive billboard inside Brooklyn Outdoor that advertises (and pours) Best Damn Apple Ale. [DBusiness]

DISASTER REPORT — Walled Lake pizzeria Pepino's Restaurant suffered extensive damage as fire engulfed the building on Monday afternoon. The cause of the blaze is under investigation. [MLive]

BOOZE NEWS — Detroit Lions fans are the second drunkest fan base on NFL gamedays. The rating is based on measurements taken on Sundays from preseason through October 26. [BACtrack via Freep]

POP-UPS — Yemans Street is hosting an industry night event on November 9 beginning at 7 p.m. Chefs Reid Shipman, Jason Osburn, Albert Borrego, Adam Verville, and Brandon O'Sullivan are making the meal alongside a mystery chef. All are welcome but industry workers (with a paystub) receive a beverage pairing with dinner. [EaterWire]

Johnny Noodle King

2601 West Fort Street, , MI 48216 (313) 309-7946 Visit Website

Sister Pie

8066 Kercheval Avenue, , MI 48214 (313) 447-5550 Visit Website

Yemans Street

2995 Yemans St., Hamtramck, MI Visit Website

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