Diversity & Inclusion, Education, Food Artisans, Good Food

Chef Sean Sherman • Blueberry Harvest Moon at Miss Kim

As Miss Kim dives into its busy fall event schedule, the team is reflecting on a memorable summer. Miss Kim’s schedule was flush with farmers market presentations, suckling pig dinners, and their very first vegetarian feasts. Most notably, the team hosted a visit from Chef Sean Sherman, acclaimed indigenous food activist and founder of The Sioux Chef […]

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Diversity & Inclusion, Roadhouse, Wine

Harvest Special Dinner #242: Celebrate Rosh Hashanah at the Roadhouse with Joan Nathan

The Roadhouse will greet the Jewish new year with a special harvest dinner hosted by cookbook author Joan Nathan, the James Beard Award-winning tour-de-force of Jewish cooking, featuring Laurentide Winery.  Reserve your seats before they sell out! Join us for our Harvest Special Dinner #242 as we reap a lifetime of Joan’s stories and recipes […]

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Bakehouse, Candy, Catering, Deli, Diversity & Inclusion

Ring in Rosh Hashanah with Zingerman’s!

Delicious dishes for your Rosh Hashanah celebrations, including a sale on honey at Zingerman’s Deli!

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Agriculture, animals, Camp Bacon, Diversity & Inclusion

An interview with the most interesting man in pork world: Swine Specialist, “Pork” Rhyne Cureton

A sneak peak at one of the speakers at the 10th Anniversary Camp Bacon Main Event on Friday, May 31 at Cornman Farms!    Ari: Looking over your resume, you’ve done a whole lot!  If I read it right, you graduated from North Carolina A&T.  You were a “Swine Specialist” in Uganda and Tanzania. You were […]

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Art, Diversity & Inclusion

5 Questions: An Interview with the Director of Me, “The Other”

  Here at Zingerman’s, we’re very excited for the soon-to-be released documentary Me, the “Other”.  The film follows 12 students from three colleges in Southeast Michigan’s Washtenaw County, including a DACA recipient attending the University of Michigan, an 64-year old trans woman studying social work at Eastern Michigan University, and a son of German immigrants […]

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