Bakehouse, Candy, Coffee, Cornman Farms, Creamery, Deli, Food Artisans, Good Food, Miss Kim, New Products, Roadhouse

ZingShare: A Weekly Box of the ZCoB’s Best

Trying to minimize the amount of time you spend out and about? Love really good food, but not up for going from stop to stop to find it right now? Always up for a little culinary adventure in your kitchen?   We have an answer for you—our new ZingShare box!  Every week, we coordinate the best […]

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Ari's Top 5, Cooking, Good Food, Miss Kim, Recipes

Miso Butter Sauce from Miss Kim

Miso butter is a scrumptious sauce you can put to work in wonderfully easy ways Looking for an easy way to make your home cooking meaningfully more interesting? Here’s a wonderful one—miso butter. Its roots are in Asian tradition; you can order it up every day of the week from Miss Kim’s kitchen, and it’s easy […]

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Catering, Good Food, Miss Kim

Ann Arbor Private Events

Looking for a space for Ann Arbor private events? How about a restaurant offering exceptional, unique food that caters to special diets, all in a charming, intimate urban space? If you’re planning a birthday, graduation, anniversary, or retirement celebration, you’ve found your ideal event spot with Miss Kim, Zingerman’s Korean restaurant at Kerrytown in Ann Arbor. […]

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Food Artisans, Good Food, Miss Kim

A Meal For Everyone At Miss Kim

“When dining at Miss Kim, I want our guests to walk away having had a wonderful time.  Regardless of their diet restrictions or food preferences, everyone should enjoy a delicious meal. Not met with boring food or something thought up in the moment, but deliberate dishes made with care and flavor.” -Ji Hye Kim, founder […]

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Education, Good Food, Miss Kim

A Mid-Autumn Moon Festival: Guest Chef MyThy Huynh at Miss Kim

Join us as Miss Kim hosts Chef MyThy Huynh for a Mid-Autumn Moon Festival featuring elements of traditional Chinese dishes crafted from our local harvest. Save your seat today! The Mid-Autumn Festival is the second most important traditional festival in China next to Chinese Lunar New Year. In addition to the tradition of moon-gazing, the […]

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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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