Good Food

Catching Up with Chef Ji Hye

The soul of the Seoul food served at Miss Kim Sitting at a sunny summer patio table in Ann Arbor’s Kerrytown I caught up with Ji Hye Kim, chef and managing partner of Miss Kim, Zingerman’s Korean restaurant. We talked about her food philosophy, approach to running a business, what’s new, and what’s not going […]

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Zingerman’s Summer Sale

. Find deep discounts during the Summer Sale at Mail Order and the Deli Every July, at Mail Order and the Delicatessen, we drastically discount dozens of products (nearly one for every day of summer) and savvy shoppers gather their go-tos like preserves and olive oil. The Summer Sale is an annual tradition that folks […]

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Have You Had Your Confection Consultation?

Surrender to the Sweet Spell of Allison Schraf and Zingerman’s Candy Store I was thrilled to meet Candy Store manager Allison Schraf at Zingerman’s Coffee Company for some morning caffeine and a chat about what she’s been up to. Like so many Zingerman’s passionate food professionals, Allison’s career path began elsewhere. In her case, with […]

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One of the World’s Top Jewish Food Experts Visits Zingerman’s

An Interview with Joan Nathan Meet Joan Nathan, world-renowned authority on Jewish cooking, James Beard and IACP award-winning author of 11 cookbooks, New York Times and Tablet Magazine contributor, star of the PBS television series Jewish Cooking in America with Joan Nathan, University of Michigan alum, and friend of Zingerman’s. We’ve followed Joan’s career and […]

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Ari's Top 5, Good Food

Benedict on a Biscuit

Start your day at the Roadhouse If you’re thinking of going out for breakfast to eat something you probably never cook at home, you might want to swing by the Roadhouse and order Eggs Benedict. The Roadhouse kitchen crew’s rendition of this classic American recipe is splendid. A buttermilk biscuit cut in half, thin slices […]

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The Pimento Cheese Capital of the Midwest

From the Masters to Michigan If you’ve been watching the golfers at the Masters, or reading a bit of the background about the event in the news, you’ll likely have come across at least a mention or two of the pimento cheese sandwiches that have been a staple at the Tournament since the middle of […]

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