Food, ZingLife

Toni Tipton-Martin at Zingerman’s

This past week, the Zingerman’s Community of Businesses was very pleased to welcome author Toni Tipton-Martin to events at the Roadhouse and ZingTrain. Toni is an award-winning journalist, founder of the Jemima Code Project, and the author of the forthcoming Jemima Code book. On Tuesday, Toni was the featured speaker at the 8th Annual African […]

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Food, ZingLife

Award-winning author Toni Tipton-Martin speaks at ZingTrain benefit

This coming Wednesday, January 23rd at 7pm, Award-Winning author of the Jemima Code, Toni Tipton-Martin, will give a presentation with Zingermanā€™s co-founder Ari Weinzweig entitled Deliciousness and Diversity at the ZingTrain facility located on our Southside campus, 3728 Plaza Drive in Ann Arbor. Participants will taste a diversity of pies from the Zingermanā€™s Community of […]

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Food

An Interview with Toni Tipton-Martin

I first met Toni Tipton-Martin nearly ten years ago at the Southern Foodways Allianceā€™s annual symposium in Oxford, Mississippi. At the time Toni was the President of the board and I was just getting to know what has probably become my favorite food-oriented, non-profit organization (our annual Camp Bacon is a fundraiser for SFA). I […]

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Food

Ari on African American Foods II

In anticipation of the upcomingĀ 8th Annual African American Dinner, we’re featuring some of Ari’s past writing on African-American foods served at theĀ Zingerman’s RoadhouseĀ (past & present, call for current menu).Ā  Anson Mills Heirloom Cornmeal This stuff is to standard issue cornmeal what the Zingerman’s Bakehouseā€™s Farm Bread is to WonderĀ®. I feel fairly confident that itā€™s […]

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Food

Ari on African American Foods I

In anticipation of the upcoming 8th Annual African American Dinner, we’re featuring some of Ari’s past writing on African-American foods served at the Zingerman’s Roadhouse (past & present, call for current menu).Ā  Greens While we may alter the type of green we use on any given day, itā€™s almost always either collards, kale, mustards, turnips […]

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