Posts by Ari:

Deli, Good Food

Gefilte Fish Gets a Bad Rap, but It Has a Rich History

Twice a year homemade gefilte fish appears in the Deli case. I’m always happy to see it because it brings back big memories for me! I know I’m not alone—food critic Mimi Sheraton says it’s “part of the holy trinity of Jewish holiday eating: chicken soup, chopped liver, gefilte fish.” Having grown up regularly eating […]

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Cooking

Time to Make a Sandwich Tunisien?

This is one of my favorite summer foods, a great sandwich for picnics and pretty much any meal, really. Sandwich Tunisien is, as you might have already guessed from the name, THE sandwich of Tunisia! It is to the central part of the Southern Mediterranean what the pan bagnat would be in Provence on the north […]

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Roadhouse

Zingerman’s Roadhouse: We’re Honoring the Ann Arbor Blues Festival with Blues, Brews & BBQ

Join us for Blue, Brews & BBQ. Grab a seat right here! If you’re looking for a good cause, a good meal, some good music, a bunch of great people, and taste of Ann Arbor history, book yourself (and someone you love) a seat at this dinner next Tuesday evening, August 7. We’ve got a […]

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Food Tours, Travel

Come with Us on a Grand Culinary Tour of Grand Traverse

September 21 – 23—A weekend of great eating, drinking, laughing and learning One of the little-known secrets of the Zingerman’s world is…well, if I tell you, it won’t be such a secret anymore…but then if I don’t tell you…well, that’s clearly no good, either. So here’s the deal—just don’t tell everyone because seats are limited […]

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Ari's Picks, Deli, Mail Order

Summer Is Here: How Strong Is Your Mustard Game?

Given all of the really great goings on in the food world these days, something as seemingly simple as yellow mustard would be easy to miss. But, you won’t be shocked, I suppose, to hear that here at Zingerman’s we’ve tracked down a yellow mustard that’s made by some of the most mustard-passionate people in […]

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Food Artisans, Roadhouse

Learn the Culinary Secrets of the Mountain South with Appalachian Food Expert Ronni Lundy

Ronni Lundy probably knows more about the foodways and folkways of Appalachia than anyone else in America. I’ve been hoping to get her to town now for years! Her kindness, care and insider understanding of an oft-misunderstood part of American culture are something special. If you like food and learning, you will not want miss […]

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