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Two Bites to Holiday Bliss

We’re busy ushering in the holidays across the Zingerman’s Community of Businesses with all sorts of seasonal favorites. The Bakehouse is baking loaves of Cranberry Pecan bread and the Coffee Company is brewing up batches of Holiday Blend coffee. The Deli is mixing up their house blend of Hot Cocoa Mix. Mail Order is busy […]

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Agriculture, animals, Deli

Zingerman’s Delicatessen Roast Turkey is Better Than Ever!

Zingerman’s Delicatessen is thrilled to announce its partnership with Ferndale Market to offer better than ever turkey!

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Cooking, Deli, Good Food

Zingerman’s Deli Dinners A Go-Go

Order complete, ready-to-heat and tasty-to-eat meals from Detroit Street In the spirit of making it easier for folks who don’t want to do a lot of cooking, but still want to eat at home, the Zingerman’s Deli kitchen crew has started packing up marvelous, fully-cooked meals. You heat it up, sit down, and have fine […]

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Cooking, Deli, Good Food, Zingerman's Events

Paella Parties at Zingerman’s Deli

Paella (py•ay•a) is arguably Spain’s most well known dish. It’s a satisfying one pot meal of densely flavored rice, but what else gets added in beyond that is up for debate. Like many foods worthy of being passed down through generations, the history can get skewed over time. The original Paella Valencia was believed to […]

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Cooking with Grace, Education, Food Artisans, Recipes, Specials

Vinegar: The Unsung Hero

The unsung hero of the culinary world is most certainly vinegar. Often undervalued and dismissed as unimportant, vinegar can be an afterthought when you’re cooking. In reality, it’s a secret weapon in your kitchen arsenal that helps unlock the subtle hidden flavors. Vinegar is, in my opinion, one of the best ways to add more […]

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Ari's Top 5, Deli, Food, Mail Order

Onsa’s Olive Oil

Outstanding offering from the southern Mediterranean Khalil Gibran says, “Work is love made visible”. The products of the Mahjoub family are their love—for Tunisia, for its culture, for its cooking, for humankind—made visible and eminently edible. They’re DELICIOUS! Tunisia is a place few Americans have visited, and it’s a cuisine only a handful have had […]

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