Food Network Magazine recently set out on a cross country search of sorts to find the “ultimate” breakfast each state had to offer in a piece called 50 States, 50 Breakfasts. Now, we all know that Metro Detroit has some serious culinary cred, so it’s no surprise to any of us that they named a restaurant in our backyard as their top pick in having the ultimate breakfast in Michigan
The Flytrap, a Finer Diner
The Flytrap in Ferndale, MI received the designation as the ultimate breakfast in Michigan. Located on iconic Woodward Avenue, the Flytrap has been teasing the taste buds of Metro Detroiters for over 10 years. The Flytrap has daily specials (called “The Daily Buzz”) and customers can dine in or carryout (no surprise, their carryout service is called “On The Fly”). As unconventional as the name may seem, don’t judge this book by its cover (so to speak) for one second. The name has only added to the restaurant’s unique charm, eclectic feel, and of course the delicious dishes it serves up to its patrons, so much so, it’s also been featured on the hit show Diners Drive-Ins, and Dives.
Food Network Showcases Metro Detroit Restaurant
Entrees at The Fly Trap are known as “blunch,” hearty with a breakfast twist. Food Network Magazine featured their dish “The Cowboy Curtis” in their piece. When you order “The Cowboy Curtis” you can expect a cut of steak served with two fried eggs, garlic potatoes, toast, and their “Wildwest Sauce,” described as “ketchup with a kick.”
If you want to check out The Flytrap, you can visit their website at www.theflytrapferndale.com or you can stop in and check it out for yourself. They are open Tuesday through Friday from 8AM to 9PM and Saturday and Sunday from 8AM to 5PM.
The Culinary Arts Program at Dorsey Schools
Do you love trying new restaurants in order to gain culinary inspiration for your own masterful creations? If so, training for a career in the Culinary Arts may be for you, and Dorsey Schools in Michigan is here to help! The Culinary Arts program at Dorsey Schools offers a comprehensive training program where students will receive instruction both in the classroom as well as in the commercial kitchens on campus. The Culinary Arts program at Dorsey covers a variety of topics including culinary fundamentals, mise en place, instruction on various cooking techniques, nutrition and purchasing fundamentals, culinary specialties (such as baking, pastry and healthy cooking), food service operations, catering, and regional (as well as international) cooking. The program concludes with an externship, which takes place during the final module of training, where students will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have obtained throughout the program in an actual occupational setting. The Culinary Arts program at Dorsey Schools is programmatically accredited by The Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation Education Foundation (ACFEF). Each graduate of the Culinary Arts Program at Dorsey Schools is eligible to become an ACF certified culinarian with documentation of both membership in the ACF and one year of in-field working experience. The Culinary Arts program is offered at the Dorsey Schools Roseville, MI and Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus locations.
If you’d like to learn more about the Culinary Arts program at Dorsey, give us a call at 888-422-1188 or you can request info online.
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