Wed. Nov 26th: open 7am to 10pm, Thurs. Nov 27th: We’re closed, Happy Thanksgiving!, Fri. Nov 28th: 7am to 10pm.
We’re thankful for foods Made in Michigan!
It’s November and we invite you to stop by the Deli to explore the artisanal foods made right here in the mitten state. We’re excited about new products we’ve only just brought in. You’ll find cheeses from all over Michigan: from a small farm in the beautiful Leelanau Peninsula in Northern Michigan to family owned farms in Southeast Michigan and Charlotte, MI. Then there are the products that aren’t new to our shelves, but we’re still excited about them nonetheless: corned beef from Sy Ginsberg, salmon smoked right around the corner in Ann Arbor, fermented vegetables from The Brinery, mustard from Brownwood Farms and preserves from American Spoon and many more equally taste-tantalizing treats. Plenty of good excuses to spend an afternoon or evening perusing our shelves for something new.
Thanksgiving is around the corner. Sit back and relax, while we do the work. We’re cooking up all the traditional foods this Thanksgiving. We can prepare your entire meal or just a few dishes that you’d rather not. Foods are available for pick up on Tuesday, November 25th. Our Thanksgiving desserts (PIES! and Cranberry Pecan bread) are available all month long as well as our seasonal favorites: Spiced Pecans and Zingerman’s Holiday Blend Coffee. Spiced pecans are extra special this year since we teamed up with Épices de Cru in Montréal to hand-select the spices for the pecans and then ground them fresh. Nothing denotes the Holiday season better than the smell of freshly cooked spiced pecans wafting from the Deli kitchen. It’s time to get festive and spicy habit-forming pecans will definitely help!
At Zingerman’s Catering we’re celebrating Made in Michigan Month by highlighting favorites from our menu that paired together create a Michigan feast that your guests won’t soon forget! As your guests arrive a Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese Basket, beautifully arranged with a selection of cheeses from our award-winning Creamery, will set the theme and the mood. These cheeses are made with fresh local milk, hand-ladled and gently pasteurized to protect their delicate flavor.
After the wine has been poured, and the cheese has provided a promise of what’s to come, the Ernst Farm Porchetta will awe your guests with its depth of flavor. We are taking hogs from Ernst Farm here in Washtenaw County and making a luscious roulade of pork belly and loins, rubbing it with a signature blend of spices and slowly roasting the meat for over 5 hours. The end result is tender and juicy meat that goes great served with a piping hot side of polenta. We’ll bring along a green salad made with local produce whenever possible and Zingerman’s Bakehouse Farm bread with Michigan farm butter.
What better way to end an autumnal Michigan feast than with some Apple Crisp? We’ll take the best local apples the market has to offer and bake them into a buttery pastry crumble. Remarkable on its own, paired with Gelato from Zingerman’s Creamery the crisp evolves into a dessert that will have your guests scraping their plates!
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese Basket smaller $85 | serves up to 10
Ernst Farm Porchetta smaller $170 | serves up to 10
Fresh Fruit Crisp $35 a pan (serves up to 10)
Gelato from Zingerman’s Creamery (price varies based on flavor)