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Cooking for Men's Health Event Sept. 21
The Michigan Institute of Urology is hosting its annual Men's Health Event on Saturday, Sept. 21.
The event is at Ford Field from 9-3 p.m. and offers free health screenings valued at more than $2000, including screenings for skin, oral and colon cancers, EKG testing, hearing, dental exams and more. Attendees can also get lunch and free haircuts.
Dr. Michael Lutz from the MIU Men's Health Foundation joined us on The Nine to tell us more about the event, along with Chef Ryan Kendall to make a healthy sloppy joes recipe. You can get his recipe below.Read the full story
The Whitney's Cityfest celebrates Detroit dining Sept. 13-22
The Whitney in Detroit is getting ready to kick off its Cityfest, a 10-day celebration of spirited dining.
From elegant mansion dining to beer and BBQ in the garden, Cityfest offers multiple ways to celebrate Detroit's culinary universe from Sept. 13-22.
Dave Duey from The Whitney joined us on The Nine to tell us more about the events, along with executive chef Natasha Vitti. You can hear from them in the video player above, and get their lobster bake recipe below. A New England lobster feast is one of the events.Read the full story
Easy to make hydrangea wreath
Fall is just around the corner and it's time to start decorating! Hydrangeas come in multiple colors of pink, purple, blue, white, or even green. As they dry they become muted and pretty fall colors fo your front door. Here is how to make an easy dried hydrangea wreath!
Cutting and drying your Hydrangea: When cutting your hydrangea from the shrub you want to make sure they are partially dry. If they are not dried out at all they could potentially wilt when cutting and if you leave them on the shrub to long. The flowers can lose their color and end up drying out too much where the leaves will crumble. So its best to cut them while the color is still vivid and has a partial crunchy feel to the petals of the hydrangea.
After you cut them you will remove all the leaves from the stem. Place them in a vase in a cool area with about 1-2 inches of water. The water will help slow the drying process and preserve the bloom better. Once the water is gone, the hydrangea blooms are completed dried and will last!Read the full story