Food, Food Artisans

This Week at Zingerman’s 1/28/14

Just a few days left for some great January deals!

balsamic-blowout-2005Balsamic Blowout ends at Zingerman’s Mail Order January 31st!

Our 14th Annual Balsamic Blowout offers amazing deals on your favorite Balsamics through the end of the month. You can choose from samplers from Vecchia or Modena or order a whole barrel! But if you want it shipped, you’ll have to act fast! 

Balsamic Blowout continues at Zingerman’s Deli through February 28th.
Same great deals! Stop by the Deli for a taste! 

zzang-bonanzaZzanguary ends at Zingerman’s Candy Manufactory January 31st!

This great deal is going away, so don’t miss your chance to buy any 2 Zzang Bars and get a third FREE! Satisfy your sweet tooth, celebrate January birthdays, or stock up for Valentine’s Day! Celebrate Zzanguary with us!

slice_neato-politan_cake_low-resButtercream Cakes shipped from Zingerman’s Mail Order

For the first time, our delicious Zingerman’s Bakehouse buttercream cakes can be shipped to your door via Zingerman’s Mail Order! Try these amazing flavors: Hummingbird, Neato-politan, or Americana (buttermilk cake with dark chocolate butter cream). Order yours today!

Cheese of the Month at Zingerman’s Creamery

Inspired by the much beloved cheeses from the Loire River Valley in France, the Aged Chelsea is a mold ripened goat log coated in edible vegetable ash. The ash helps draw moisture to the cheese’s surface, developing a well-balanced flavor while providing an appealing grey exterior. At room temperature, the Chelsea oozes richness and its creamy, spreadable texture releases the naturally gentle flavor of the goat milk. It’s simply perfect with a Loire Valley white wine.


Next Week:

The Secret Life of Preserves: Featuring Noah Marshall-Rashid from American Spoon

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For over thirty years, the folks at American Spoon in Petoskey, have elevated preserves beyond the supermarket variety that sits for months on the refrigerator door. Noah and his family use only fresh fruit and craft their preserves by hand to preserve the maximum amount of flavor from early glow strawberries, damson plums, sour cherries and more. Spend a cozy winter evening this coming Tuesday, February 4, 630pm at Zingerman’s Events on 4th, with Noah to hear the American Spoon story and taste the spreads that have made American Spoon a Michigan icon.


  • Fig Conserve with Prosciutto and Pleasant Ridge Reserve
  • Duck Confit with Sour Cherry Preserves
  • Red Haven Peach Preserves with Fresh Mozzarella, Basil and Olive Oil
  • Early Glow Strawberry Preserves with Ricotta, Pistachios, Honey and Thyme
  • Herb Salad with Apricot Vinaigrette

American Spoon