Got a case of the blues? Join us on Friday, April 18, 6pm, for an evening of full-flavored blue cheese tasting with Zingerman’s Creamery! Our cheesemongers Ben and Sam tracked down some of the most unique blue cheese our country has to offer. We’d hate for you to miss out and be singing the blues for a whole year!
This event is already full however you can get added to the waitlist below!
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Three big holidays are coming up, and Mail Order has the perfect assortment of delicious to compliment your fest!
- As Passover continues and we have a very nice selection of Passover treats to help make your holiday memorable.
- Easter is this coming Sunday, and our selection of Easter foods make a nice addition to any table!
- And if that’s not enough, you can expect to see our special Mother’s Day catalogs arriving very soon featuring all kinds of things that mom will love on her special day!
We like Burundi Dukorere Ikawa for it’s crisp up-front acidity and hints of savoriness. It has a really pleasant tang that sweetens as it cools. Given the brightness if finishes with a remarkably buttery mouthfeel. This coffee is well suited to individual filter methods, like the Chemex and cone. It also benefits from a slightly finer grind, tastes slightly fruity in an Aeropress and somewhat citrusy in a Syphon.
Stop by for a sample!
Don’t forget the Bakehouse when you’re planning your holiday feast!
Passover Specials are available April 1st-30th
Moist creamy coconut centers with a chewy toasted coconut crust, in vanilla bean or dark chocolate varieties. Buy them by the big luscious piece or petite macaroons by the dozen in a handsome gift box. (6 of each flavor in the box).
- Chocolate Orange Torte
A Bakehouse Passover classic. A moist layer of chocolate cake made with matzo and ground almonds, flavored with orange oil, glazed with dark chocolate ganache, all surrounded with more toasted almonds. 6” cake. Serves 6-8.
- Lemon Sponge Cake
A delightful way to end your Passover feast. Light and lemony sponge cake with lemon curd between the layers and a caramelized meringue exterior. Wheat free too! (made with potato starch)
We’re open Easter Sunday 7am-7pm
- Easter Egg Cookies
Egg shaped butter cookies with a hint of fresh citrus zest that are delightfully decorated with our own marbled vanilla fondant. Great in an Easter basket or at each place setting on the dinner table. Available April 1st-20th.
- Easter Bunny Cake
Set the scene with this adorable bunny face cake. This is the best kind of centerpiece for your holiday table- fun to look at and delicious to eat. Inside you’ll find soft layers of vanilla chiffon cake and blackberry butter cream, outside vanilla butter cream and a hand-made vanilla fondant bunny face. 6” cake serves 6-10. Available April 1st-20th.
- Hot Cross Buns
A traditional treat on Good Friday, a soft yeasted bun made with a bit of potato to keep the dough moist, raisins, currants, candied orange peel and topped with an icing cross. Available April 17th-20th.
- Somodi Kalács
(sho-mo-dee-ko-loch) A traditional Hungarian Easter bread we learned to bake in a village in Transylvania on our trip there in 2012. This soft, golden loaf is made with fresh eggs and a sweet buttery cinnamon sugar swirl inside. The smell is amazing. The taste is even better. Enjoy it while you can! Available Fridays thru Sundays, this month only!
Our annual olive oil sale gives you a chance to stock up on your favorite olive oils and get great deals on some that you may not have discovered yet. All of the 2011 harvest oils from Italy, Spain, France and California are on sale: buy 1 bottle at 10% off, 2 bottles at 20% off and 3 bottles at 30% off. Look for the 1-2-3 sticker and stock up!
Soul Food: The Surprising Story of an American Cuisine, One Plate at a Time
Please join us Tuesday, April 22, 7pm, for a culinary exploration into the history of American soul food with author Adrian Miller.
In this insightful and eclectic history, Adrian Miller delves into the influences, ingredients, and innovations that make up the soul food tradition. Focusing each chapter on the culinary and social history of one dish–such as fried chicken, chitlins, yams, greens, and “red drinks”–Adrian uncovers how it got on the soul food plate and what it means for African American culture and identity. Chef Alex has created a menu direct from the chapters of Soul Food and Adrian will share his knowledge and the history of the foods we will be dining on. Adrian Miller is a writer, attorney, and certified barbecue judge who lives in Denver, Colorado. He has served as a special assistant to President Bill Clinton, a senior policy analyst for Colorado Governor Bill Ritter Jr., and a Southern Foodways Alliance board member.
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Speaker Series continues at ZingTrain
Please join us Wednesday, April 23, 730am-930am for another thought-provoking session of the ZingTrain Speaker Series.
This week’s session will feature Stephen Gill, Ph.D, who is co-owner of Learning2BGreat.com as well as owner and principal of Stephen J. Gill Consulting. Stephen’s subject will be: An Arsenal of A’s.
Here’s why it’s a great idea to listen very closely to what Stephen Gill has to say : he’s worked in the field of Human Performance Improvement for decades. He’s written books about it. He’s based his consulting practice on it. He teaches it. He talks about it. And he’s really, really good at it. In fact, Stephen Gill is the guy to talk to if you want to create a culture of learning in your organization and then get concrete evidence that the culture is resulting in performance improvements.
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