Bakehouse, Bread, Food Artisans

Local Favorite, Local Flavor: Our Chestnut Baguette Is SO Michigan

Here at Zingerman’s Bakehouse, we have taken the phrase “eating local” to heart with the dawn of our Michigan Chestnut Baguette (among other things). The history of chestnuts at the Bakehouse goes back nearly 50 years. Bakehouse co-founder, Frank Carollo, has been eating chestnuts for many years. It was a common food at the holiday […]

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Deli, Food Artisans, Recipes

Cooking with Grace: These Three New Harvest Olive Oils Give a Taste of What’s to Come

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 tells us about the new harvest olive oils that just hit the shelves at Zingerman’s Deli. I always get excited when we receive the new […]

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Deli, Food Artisans

Pot Pies! Pot Pies! Pot Pies! Pot Pies!

Making full-flavored traditional foods is our thing here at Zingerman’s, which is why we get so excited when pot pie season officially begins—and, yes, it has officially begun! For two full months, we’ll be selling a delectable selection of flaky, delicious, savory pot pies all made from scratch right in our kitchen. The best part […]

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Cheese, Chocolate, Food Artisans, Travel

Photos: Ari Goes to Italy on a Parmigiano-Reggiano Mission

Four flights, five days, five dairies, about twenty-five different cheeses, some friends, a lot of time in the car, and a dozen very good meals all added up to one very good trip! At the end of last month, I had a chance to go to Reggio-Emilia to taste test Parmigiano-Reggiano. Grace Singleton, long time […]

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Food Artisans, Food Tours

Traveling with Zingerman’s Food Tours Is a DELICIOUS Way to See the World

We travel to see new places, experience new cultures, meet interesting people and, of course…eat. Since food is what we do best here, we started Zingerman’s Food Tours back in 1997 to share the places we love—near and far—and culinary adventures that even well practiced tourists have never even heard of. Since then, we’ve really […]

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Food Artisans, New Products, Recipes

With Love (and Flavor) from Tunisia: Introducing Onsa’s Oil

Khalil Gibran says that “work is love made visible.” The products made by the Mahjoub family are their love—for Tunisia, for its culture, for its cooking, for humankind—made not just visible, but eminently edible. They’re DELICIOUS! Tunisia is a place few Americans have visited and it’s a cuisine only a handful have had the chance […]

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