Cooking with Grace, Deli, Recipes

Drink Up: Relax with a Concord Grape Shrub Mocktail

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 keeping it simple with a refreshing concord grape shrub drink. Enjoy! I really enjoy having a drink when I get home from work. There’s something […]

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Cooking with Grace, Deli, Good Food, Recipes

Cooking with Grace: Make Pasta Primavera Like a Pro!

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 shows us how to make Pasta Primavera like a pro! I love pasta and always have ever since I was a kid. Adding lots of […]

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Deli, Food Artisans

Straight from Macroom, Ireland: ‘Tis Not Your Average Oatmeal

The oatmeal that we serve for breakfast and sell by the two pound tin is certainly one of our more unique offerings. Though standard commercial oatmeal is typically thought of as a common, unexceptional provision, the kind of oats we supply at the Deli (and at Zingermans.com and the Roadhouse) has a story steeped in […]

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Deli, Food Artisans, Good Food

Yup, We Finally Did It: Introducing Zingerman’s Potato Chips!

At last, we have our own chips! What took us so long? Quite honestly, we don’t know, but, we think the chips we’re now making—with the help of two great companies—were worth the wait. The project first began last year, almost by accident. The holiday months are traditionally the time when Co-Managing Partner and Deli […]

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Cooking with Grace, Deli

Cooking with Grace: An Ode to Preserved Peppers & How to Use Them

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 all about why she loves preserved peppers and how to use ’em. In the middle of winter, the fresh vegetables we get in […]

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Deli

Get It While You Can: The Deli’s Citrus Salad Is in Season

Citrus’ wild origins can be traced to Southeast Asia. Unlike our contemporary sweet varieties, early species of citrus fruit were extremely bitter. Anthropologists believe that they were used not for food but rather as medicine, cleansers, embalming fluid and beauty treatments. The first edible citrus probably resulted from crossing citron—a large, bitter fruit with lots […]

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