Nibbler Announces Surprise!
Nibbler, the N3 guide to eating well in our region, is about to blossom.
We are reaching out to the foodies among us and extending an invitation to join our latest journey.
Contributors Terrie Ortwein and Alexis Mercer have created a new look that will feature the epicurean wit and wisdom (and occasional recipes) of Ms. O., proprietor of Gala Gourmet in downtown Newaygo, while exploring gastronomical treasures we find near and far.
N3 is excited to herald the return of Terrie to our pages and hope to include more of our local culinary creators as we travel on.
Her first piece is on an old favorite and too often forgotten food.
Take a read... https://www.nearnorthnow.com/n3-nibbler.html
Heading down Pear toward 120th St, we passed Uncle Stuart’s old house, Bouwkamps’ Muck Farm, and the woods where I used to rabbit hunt as a child with my beagle Snoopy.She learned that the lake we passed was Roy’s Lake and how surprised I was that you could see it from the road. Through the woods was a deer hunting spot Grandpa calls “Number 7” for the seven-point buck he shot. Looking back, I wonder how long it was before all Anna was hearing was the school teacher from the Charlie Brown Cartoons? It’s no wonder she started picking up the pace...
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N3 has posed a series of questions to servers both past and present who have walked the boards in our area. We will be sharing their responses as well perhaps other feedback from our readers who have ‘served’. Our hope to shine a light on what it might be like to be the non customer in this ritualistic exchange of service for compensation.
N3 welcomes any servers past or present who might be interested in sharing an anecdote or two about their experiences in the field or possibly be willing to participate in our survey.
Today, as a 23 year old soon-to-be college graduate, my relationship with my family has grown and evolved past the adolescent bickering, and my personal life has taken a turn for the better.
I remembered how nervous I was when change would come along. “Things will never be the same,” I'd think. Little did I know that as the world around me changed, I would soon follow, and everything would be okay.
For once in my life, change isn't the enemy, but a friend who sometimes knows you better than you know yourself. They affect you, make you happy, sad, frustrated, but they always know what's best.
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