Posts by Elyssa Daniel:


Zingerman’s Mail Order Sells 34,000+ Cans of Tuna in 45 Days!

Lined up end to end, the cans would cover about 2 miles! You may be thinking: 34,000 tins? It’s just tuna… In your mind you’re imaging the stuff you buy from your big box grocery to make a really sad tuna salad you have to eat outside so as not to draw the ire of […]

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Join Maker Works for their Operations Bootcamp October 3rd through 7th, 2016!

Maker Works, Ann Arbor’s makerspace, established in 2011, is hosting their second, bi-annual Operations Bootcamp this fall. Any owner, manager, or staff that is currently or expecting to be operating a makerspace, hackerspace, FabLab, or any other shared fabrication facility will gain valuable insight into what it takes to create a successful space. The bootcamp […]

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Business, Events

Peter Block: Creating a Compassionate Economy

Peter Block has deeply influenced the way we work at Zingerman’s. His ideas on Stewardship and Leadership have changed the very core of how we work. It is with much excitement (and no small measure of nerdish glee) that we welcome Peter for a very Special Edition of our Speaker Series. This blog post was […]

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A Message from Zingerman’s Creamery

Construction Sale and a Big Update! Dear Friends, Customers, and Vendors of Zingerman’s Creamery; When we started our construction project at the beginning of the summer, we knew that, at some point, our Cheese Shop would need to temporarily close so crews could work on much needed updates to power, water, and the structure of […]

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Food, ZingLife

We’re turning Ann Arbor’s Worst Cook into a Paella Professional!

Make burning rice a thing of the past – become an assistant chef at Zingerman’s 31st Annual Paella Party! Learn how to cook authentic Paella step by step with the Deli’s head chef, Rodger Bowser. You will get to eat or take home your own Paella creation and a Paella Party t-shirt to commemorate the […]

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Ari on Business, Business

A Double Debut: A New Book, A New Venue

The energy was palpable. Between the unveiling of a new venue and the buzz around a highly anticipated new book, the energy in the room was electric. The bustling city views of Ann Arbor and its passersby served as the perfect backdrop to explain what was happening in that room. The attendees came from all […]

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