What's for Eats in Northern Michigan

As some of you know, I spent last weekend in Northern Michigan, catching up with my best friend from grade school through college.

She owns a restaurant and catering business with her fiance and I got to spend the weekend "sampling the wares". I was in heaven!

Unfortunately, I was off my food photography game a bit. I forgot to take a lot of photos. I guess I was too busy laughing and carrying on. We had 14 years to make up for!

One of the restaurant's specialties is Prime Rib and Steamed Crab Legs:
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One night I had their buffet. I started with a romaine salad with black olives, diced smoked ham, cheese, boiled egg, black olives and their special homemade ranch:http://media-files.gather.com/images/d509/d329/d746/d224/d96/f3/full.jpg
My dinner was barbecued ribs, mashed potatoes and gravy (which I normally don't eat. These were some of the best I've ever had), jambalaya, sausage lasagna, and deep fried cod and smelt with homemade tartar sauce:
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The foods I missed taking photos of were a couple varieties of baked and grilled chicken, Pork Pepper Pot soup, Clam Chowder (which I normally don't eat either), burgers and fries and various chocolates.
This wasn't good eatin'. This was GREAT eatin'!

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