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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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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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Zingerman’s Delicatessen’s Gift Guide For Father’s Day!

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 19th. Dad is King for the day! Whether your dad is sweet, salty, spicy, sandwich-y, snappy, or a combination of all these things, we’ve got your gift covered. The Sweet Dad Super Zzang Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory’s Original Zzang bar super-sized for a Super Dad! Dark chocolate surrounding peanuts, peanut butter […]

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An Insightful Examination of Pork and the Presidency!

Getting a bit jaded by election politics? Ready for a fresh perspective? Like history, love to laugh, appreciate good food? This article is for you! Adrian Miller will be presenting at this year’s 7th Annual Camp Bacon®. His subject: “Pork: The Perennial Dark Horse Presidential Candidate.” I’m forecasting it will help put some of those […]

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Country’s Leading Hog Historian Comes to Camp Bacon®

I first met Mark Essig while I was speaking in Asheville. I’d done some ZingTrain work for our long-time client Laurey Masterton, who sadly passed away a few years ago. We still miss her. Laurey had arranged on that trip for me to do a dinner around the then recently released Zingerman’s Guide to Better […]

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An Interview with Fidel Galano

For me, one of the beauties of Ann Arbor is the plethora of powerfully interesting, creative, cool people we have here in town. Many I get to work with, others we buy from, and still others we get to cook for. Fidel Galano is one of the latter. I first met him fifteen years or […]

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