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Mark Kurlyandchik and Sue Selasky, the Free Press, are sharing their choice from the Detroit Free Press Wine + Food Experience in the center of Detroit.
Jewel Myers, Wochit

About 1,500 people descended on Cadillac Square in the center of Detroit on 14 September for food, wine, spirits and an opportunity to see some of their favorite chefs acting at Detroit Free Press's Wine & Food Experience.

Many of the best restaurants on Detroit were represented at the third annual event. With grains of sky and sun-filled temperatures in the mid-70s, patrons were talking about Detroit Town square eating, drinking and socializing – and taking tips from cookery demonstrations and goods from vendors.

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli sends the recipe to the food she was cooking in front of a packed audience within the Sysco Cookery Stage at Detroit Fine Food + Fine Food which took place in Cadillac Square in the center of Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, 14 September. , 2019.
(Photo: Eric Seals, Detroit Free Press)

Alex Guarnaschelli, best known chef for her work on "Chopped," the Food Network was the fan favorite, and she gave court and greetings and a VIP exhibition, where she shared skips and tips. .

Team from the Detroit Free Press, part of the US TODAY Network, was led by Mark Kurlyandchik and food writer Susan Selasky, who tried to trial most of the event's offers. It wasn't easy: There were more than 30 restaurants catering for size of the cutter – everything from white white fish to lobster tacos.

Here are 10 Free Press team options:

There was a lobster taco in Adachi's booth during Detroit Free Press's Food and Wine Experience in Capital Park in the center of Detroit on Saturday, September 14, 2019. (Photo: Kimberly P. Mitchell, Detroit Free Press)

1. Adachi the medium-sized lobster tacos were very striking. Dressed lobster meat filled in ultra-light “taco” shell with avocado-based green sauce with bright and yuzu and cilantro.

2. One of the longest lines of the festival M Cantina. The Mexican Dearborn restaurant attended a smaller version of its short hairs tacos trousers, which is the crisp onion and the sweet mole on it.

3. Ferndale oyster heart Voyager He showed the semi-Indian heritage of chef Justin Tootla with a smoky white smoked fish swim on a curry tobacco and flavor and a cherry slot of land on it, served on crisp phapadum.

4. A major food festival with individual sellers serving approximately 1,500 samples can generate a lot of litter. Combating waste, t Detroit Lumen He served a classic smoked salmon with whipped cream cheese, caps and dill on edible spoon cracker.

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