Sunday, June 24, 2007

A Michigan Dinner

Of course, there are compensations for living in the Upper Great Lakes.

Tonight, we had whitefish on the grill and sweet corn; apple cake with whipped cream and a good cup of coffee for dessert. If one doesn't mind that the whitefish was from Canada, the sweet corn (probably) from Florida and the apples from Washington State, it was the perfect Michigan dinner.

Had Jimmy Stewart, Lee Remick and Otto Preminger stopped by after a long day on location, one might have thought our place was a shabby little roadhouse outside Marquette, circa 1959.*


* Anatomy of a Murder was filmed in and around Marquette in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, which was also the setting of the novel by Robert Travers-- pen name of the attorney, legendary fly fisherman, and Michigan Supreme Court Justice, John D. Voelker.


Blogger jenni said...

Apple cake? Wow. The meal sounds delicious.

9:33 PM  
Blogger Talia said...

Did you (or your wife) make the apple cake? I want a recipe.

11:08 PM  
Blogger Matthew Thorburn said...

Greg, you're making this native-Michigander-now-New-Yorker miss his old home state. I was just talking with my wife this weekend about great fish dinners we enjoyed in Michigan. I took her on a driving trip to the upper Lower Peninsula last summer. We even watched that good movie not long ago (for the first time) too!

1:40 PM  
Blogger sam of the ten thousand things said...

Especially fond of whitefish, Greg. That's a great meal.

2:46 PM  

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