Food, Food Artisans, Zingerman's Events

Zingerman’s Great Food Group Presents: An Interview with Rolando Beremendi

  What is Your Most Trusted Piece of Kitchen Equipment? My chef’s knife … I never owned any type of food processor, or a blender, or anything electric to help me chop, whip or do anything… I chop, chop, chop. I think food tastes better when you slice, dice and chop with a good knife. […]

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Deli, Food

It’s Pot Pie Season at Zingerman’s Deli!

Oh yeah, they’re BACK! Handmade Pot Pies to warm your winter blues! Try all six delicious flavors: Classic Chicken, Two Tracks Turkey, Fungi, Darina’s Dingle Lamb, Red Brick Beef and Cheshire Pork, $10.99/each. And this year you can stock up and save: Buy 10 or more, get 10% OFF! Buy 20 or more, get 20% […]

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Deli, Good Food, Parm Project

Celebrate the PARMAdays with a chance to win!

Happy PARMAdays! Now through December 30th, we’re giving you the chance to win a number of Parmigiano Reggiano prize packs to gift to friends or to treat yourself this holiday season! We’re giving away over $2,000 in prizes! Fill out our online contest form to enter! Want to learn more about our exclusive Parm Project? […]

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Bread, Coffee, Cooking, ZCoBbers

French Toasty Memories

My earliest memory is of French Toast. Given that it’s my first, and a happy one, it’s one that I’ve polished, studied, and restored, time and time again. I distinctly remember waking up to the sound of my mom’s quick steps on the sidewalk, leaving at dawn for her waitressing job at a now non-existent […]

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Cooking, Food Artisans, Miss Kim, Recipes

Stay Warm like a Korean Buddhist

  On one hand, I’m not a classically trained chef. On the other hand, being nerdy comes pretty naturally for me, so I get inspired and research a lot. That the research requires lots of eating, exploring and reading just makes it that much more of a joy. One of the major inspirations for Miss […]

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Business

Guest Post: Why Zingerman’s and Destination Ann Arbor Go Together Like A Reuben and a Pickle

Ask some random people throughout the Midwest what Ann Arbor means to them – and you’re likely to hear “Zingerman’s” mentioned, time and time again. Why? The famous Deli in Kerrytown has in some ways become synonymous with Ann Arbor – with its deep roots in the community and unwavering commitment to impeccably full-flavored goodness. […]

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