Bakehouse, Bread, Food Artisans

Local Favorite, Local Flavor: Our Chestnut Baguette Is SO Michigan

Here at Zingerman’s Bakehouse, we have taken the phrase “eating local” to heart with the dawn of our Michigan Chestnut Baguette (among other things). The history of chestnuts at the Bakehouse goes back nearly 50 years. Bakehouse co-founder, Frank Carollo, has been eating chestnuts for many years. It was a common food at the holiday […]

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Get It While You Can: The Deli’s Citrus Salad Is in Season

Citrus’ wild origins can be traced to Southeast Asia. Unlike our contemporary sweet varieties, early species of citrus fruit were extremely bitter. Anthropologists believe that they were used not for food but rather as medicine, cleansers, embalming fluid and beauty treatments. The first edible citrus probably resulted from crossing citron—a large, bitter fruit with lots […]

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Photos: Zingerman’s Coffee Company Visits Hacienda Miramonte in Costa Rica

The collaboration between Zingerman’s Coffee Company and Hacienda Miramonte in Costa Rica’s Naranjo region is one we hold dear. Hacienda Miramonte was started in 1917 by the matriarch of the Gurdian family, Lucila Duval de Morales, and has been in the family for nearly 100 years. They are committed to growing quality coffees and giving […]

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Mardi Gras Special Dinner at the Roadhouse: A Tribute to Galatoire’s, a Bourbon Street Legend

When Jean Galatoire moved to New Orleans from the small town of Pardies, France in the late 1800s, he brought with him a repertoire of classic French dishes. By using New Orleans ingredients to recreate these classics, he developed a menu for the restaurant he opened in 1905 that would integrate the zeal of NOLA’s […]

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Deli, Specials

SNOW DAY SPECIAL: Warm up the Kids with $1 OFF Cocoa or Soup

In January and February, snow days mean $1 OFF hot cocoa or soup at the Deli. Your kids may cheer when they hear school is closed for a snow day, but they don’t have to be the only ones celebrating. Warm up at Zingerman’s Deli after your snow day activities with a hot cocoa or […]

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Bakehouse, Bread

Our Rustic Italian Is a Gateway to the Wonderful World of Artisan Bread

Growing up in Ann Arbor, I have always had really great bread right at my fingertips. Well, at least by the time I started eating bread (and having bread preferences), it has always been a short drive away at the Bakehouse. In fact, some of my earliest memories are of my mom, with me in […]

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