Alumni, Ari's Top 5, Business, Deli, Zingerman's History

Where’d You Get the Name?

Everyone asks us this question. The short answer is, we made it up. The long answer goes like this: When we first started talking about opening the business back in fall of ’81 we wanted a name that would convey the sense of a good local deli something that would sound “Jewish,” and offer anyone who heard […]

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Deli, Food

It’s Pot Pie Season at Zingerman’s Deli!

Oh yeah, they’re BACK! Handmade Pot Pies to warm your winter blues! Try all six delicious flavors: Classic Chicken, Two Tracks Turkey, Fungi, Darina’s Dingle Lamb, Red Brick Beef and Cheshire Pork, $10.99/each. And this year you can stock up and save: Buy 10 or more, get 10% OFF! Buy 20 or more, get 20% […]

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Deli, Good Food, Parm Project

Celebrate the PARMAdays with a chance to win!

Happy PARMAdays! Now through December 30th, we’re giving you the chance to win a number of Parmigiano Reggiano prize packs to gift to friends or to treat yourself this holiday season! We’re giving away over $2,000 in prizes! Fill out our online contest form to enter! Want to learn more about our exclusive Parm Project? […]

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Deli, Featured

The Newest Dance Craze Sweeping Ann Arbor – The Deli Dinners A Go Go!

We’ve been cooking up something really special over at the Deli… Introducing: Deli Dinners A Go Go! A chance to upgrade your dinner dance moves with Zingerman’s one night a week this fall! Andrew Wilhelme, Zingerman’s Deli’s Sous Chef, had an “a-ha” moment when thinking about how awesome it would be to give our customers […]

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Deli

5 Reasons Why You Should Be Grocery Shopping at Zingerman’s Deli

I’ve long thought that I have the best food job in the world. I work with amazing people, in a diverse college town in Michigan, and I get to bike to work more often than not. Another reasons I feel this way is the quality of ingredients that I get to taste and work with […]

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Deli, Good Food

Gefilte Fish Gets a Bad Rap, but It Has a Rich History

Twice a year homemade gefilte fish appears in the Deli case. I’m always happy to see it because it brings back big memories for me! I know I’m not alone—food critic Mimi Sheraton says it’s “part of the holy trinity of Jewish holiday eating: chicken soup, chopped liver, gefilte fish.” Having grown up regularly eating […]

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