A few friends came over for dinner last night. We made a small fire outside and grilled fresh chicken and fish fillets. Being that most in attendance are selling homemade goods of some sort – veggies, meat birds, bread, etc. – the latest change to the Michigan cottage food law for the selling of these goods was of interest. The recent amendment allows individuals to legally sell most homemade goods without being processed in a certified kitchen. The label needs to state an ingredient list and that the good was made in home kitchen. It’s a small bit of legislation but it definitely benefits a few of us.