Posts by Grace Singleton:

Cheese, Cooking with Grace, Deli

Cooking with Grace: Pancetta & Salami Pasta Featuring Roncadella Parmigiano Reggiano®

Welcome to Cooking with Grace! This is where Grace Singleton, a managing partner at the Deli, shares her favorite products and delectable home cooking tips with us. This week, she’s using one of the five new Parmigiano Reggiano varieties that the Deli is now carrying in this delicious pasta dish. Now that we have all […]

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Cooking with Grace

Cooking with Grace: Navarrico Bean Pilaf (It’s So Quick and Easy You Can Make It on a Weeknight)

Welcome to Cooking with Grace! This is where Grace Singleton, a managing partner at the Deli, shares her favorite products and delectable home cooking tips with us. This week, she’s using jarred El Navarrico beans to make a comfort dish that’s also easy to make—you can even make it on a weekday! This is a […]

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Parm Project

Parm Project: Ari and Grace Visit to Caseificio Borgotaro #3090

Have you heard about our Parm Project? Throughout the Zingerman’s Community of Business we’ve embarked on a year-long project to source Parmigiano-Reggiano from multiple dairies and share them with you. We want to spread the word that this cheese is not a singular thing—there are a range of flavors and characteristics in Parmigiano-Reggiano varieties, just […]

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Cooking with Grace, Deli, Food Artisans

Cooking with Grace: Michigan Tomato Salad Is in Season!

Welcome to Cooking with Grace! This is where Grace Singleton, a managing partner at the Deli, shares her favorite products and delectable home cooking tips with us. This week, she’s making the most out of some ripe, plump Michigan tomatoes! Summer tomato season is here, and I always try to eat as many of those […]

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Cooking with Grace

Cooking with Grace: Cucumber Salad Is a Summer Sensation

It’s the best time of year to go to the farmers’ market, in my opinion. There are so many fresh vegetables and fruits that I end up staggering back to my car, juggling several different bags of fresh produce. Since it’s been a little hot lately, one of my favorite things is to make a […]

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Agriculture, Deli

Our Deli Rooftop Gardens are Getting Better and Better

The Deli started our edible landscape project seven or eight years ago. We had a very talented woman working at the Deli back then named Jacqueline, who wanted to replant all of the garden beds with all edible plants. Our old garden beds were fine but nothing special, sort of boring, and no one really […]

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