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New Sandwich Menu at Zingerman’s Delicatessen

There are a handful of perennial events here in Ann Arbor that are all signs that the long days of summer are winding down and fall will be blowing in before we know it. You’ll probably spot those University of Michigan students making their way back to town—along with them, Zingerman’s Delicatessen will be debuting its […]

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Education, News

Zingerman’s Welcomes Chef Sean Sherman of The Sioux Chef

Zingerman’s is honored to welcome Chef Sean Sherman, founder of The Sioux Chef and acclaimed indigenous food activist, for two special events in August. On Tuesday, August 6, Cornman Farms will host Chef Sean for a tasting, talk and cookbook signing. Tickets can be purchased for this event at this link. On Wednesday, August 7, […]

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Ari's Top 5, Cooking, Deli

Staff Barbecue Spice

22 herbs and spices in a superb not-at-all secret blend While the name “Staff Barbecue Spice” may sound a bit innocuous don’t be fooled—this stuff has 22 different herbs and spices. Check the list—cayenne, chile flakes, New Mexico chile flakes, chipotle, paprika, black cardamom, red Sichuan pepper, black pepper, white pepper, rosemary, thyme, marjoram, savory, […]

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Beer, Cooking, Cornman Farms, Food, Recipes, Travel

Tabitha’s Alaskan-Inspired Coconut Salmon

by Tabitha Mason, co-managing partner of Zingerman’s Cornman Farms I was born in Alaska, and I think it’s one of the most beautiful places on the planet.  I dream of retiring to Alaska, but not Anchorage, where I was born–Girdwood, Alaska is the town that speaks to me the most.  Girdwood is a small mountain […]

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Zingerman's News

July/August 2019 Zingerman’s Newsletter PDF

Download Newsletter PDF ( 25Mb )  

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Cooking, Miss Kim

BBQ ssam platters, beaches, and the original Airbnb

I haven’t been to Korea in summer since I moved away when I was 13. Our summer break was about 6-7 weeks long – I can’t recall exactly. Around that time my Dad usually got a week off work as well and we’d go on a family vacance – that’s what we called family vacations in Korea. […]

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