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Spring Oil Change Sale
Our annual olive oil sale gives you a chance to stock up on your favorite olive oils and get great deals on some that you may not yet have discovered. Select 2014 harvest olive oils from Italy, Spain, France and California are on sale.
Buy 1 get 10% off
Buy 2 or more get 40% off
Look for the 1-2-3 sticker on the bottle and stock up!
Cake of the Month:
Hunka Burnin’ Love Chocolate Cake
This cake is chocolate from top to bottom, all around and in between. Four layers of dense buttermilk chocolate cake filled and covered with luscious chocolate buttercream frosting. For best results, consume at room temperature –when the chocolate is at its ooey-gooey-ist. You might just fall in love!
Was $7.99/slice, Now $6.39/slice – 20% OFF!
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Zingerman’s Creamery gelato, natural Calder Dairy milk and malt. Topped with house-made whipped cream. Available in chocolate and vanilla. Staff recommendation: try half and half, half chocolate and half vanilla.
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
Imagine sitting around a French farmhouse table waiting for dinner to be served–this would be the bread they’d bring out. A foot and a half across the top of its crisscrossed dome, looking a bit like a rough cut diamond, it has a thick crust and a soft white chewy interior with a flavor that tastes of toasted wheat.
- Chocolate Dipped Palmiers 5/6
- Cranberry Pecan bread 5/6 & 5/7
- Brioche Tête 5/13 & 5/14
- Potato Dill 5/20 & 5/21
- Scallion Walnut 5/27 & 5/28
- Blueberry Buckle (sm only) 5/26-5/29
Balinese Fleur de Sel, Naturally Dried
Some of the World’s finest fleur de sel, produced with painstaking efforts by the Balinese, brought to the Deli sourced by our friends at Épices de Cru (a.k.a. Spice Trekkers.) The extremely deep waters from which this salt is drawn contains many coral reefs, thus contributing to its richness and purity. These finer, flatter and more delicate sea salt crystals are wonderful sprinkled as a finishing touch on any number of dishes.
Was $15, Now $11.25 – 25% off
Veggie of the Month:
The Brinery – Burke’s Sweet & Sauer
Burke’s Sweet & Sauer is a kimchi made for folks that love the crunchiness without the heat! Michigan’s fermentation stars at The Brinery developed this recipe for you. Stimulate your inner economy with The Brinery’s living, raw & unpasteurized, fermented foods!
Tea of the Month:
2016 1st Flush Darjeeling Goomtee Estate
Spring time in the Himalayan foothills is marked by the harvest of the tea plant’s first buds, it’s ‘First Flush’ of the growing season. Mid-March in Darjeeling, India, where tea estates are as abundant as vineyards are in Sonoma, the hills are a bustle as the most-prized tea of the season is hand-plucked amidst the hillside. Our Darjeeling, from the Goomtee Estate, finds itself in a happy medium between Oolong and Black. And it’s reassuring that the taste of spring translates well across continents and oceans: mild sweetness and light floral-perfumed aroma that hint at the forthcoming summer. Enjoy a cup!
$19.99/bag, $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot Next Door
Tinned Fish of the Month:
Ortiz Sardines – Jar
Unparalleled in flavor and texture, these exquisite sardines are sustainably sourced from the seas of Northern Spain. Big and meaty, these pilchards are cleaned, cooked and packed by hand. Preserved with olive oil in a beautiful glass jar, packed upright in the traditional old-world style or neatly nestled in a tin. Their mellow, briny-sweet flavor will actually improve over the years, if you can wait that long!
$14.99 now $9.99, tin was $7.99 now $5.27
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
The City Goat
Soft, creamy, fresh goat cheese rounds made with the best milk we can source from small Michigan goat farmers. Features a very bright, clean and slightly citrusy taste that pops in a variety of presentations. For an easy appetizer, try rolling the sides in freshly chopped rosemary, or for a Mediterranean experience, try it with honey and toasted almonds.
Now $8.99/ea, Was $11/ea
Kenya Othaya Cooperative
This co-op’s farmer-members are based in the highlands of central Kenya, about 75 miles north of the capital, Nairobi. We think this lot embodies some of the best characteristics Kenyan coffees have to offer: complexity, crispness, rich sweetness, and a black currant fruit note that is a hallmark of the region.