Products We're Featuring
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
The traditional bread of the Puglia region of Italy. Pass it around the table for ripping and dipping in great olive oil, soup or pasta.
- Somodi Kalács – Every Fri-Sun in April
- Passover Desserts – Everyday in April
- Chernushka Rye – 3/31 & 4/1
- Chocolate Challah – 4/7 & 4/8
- Black Olive Farm – 4/14 & 4/15
- Easter Cakes & Cookies – 4/1-4/16
- Hot Cross Buns – 4/13-4/16
- Margaret’s Sweet Wheat – 4/21 & 4/22
- Peppered Bacon Farm – 4/28 & 4/29
- Lemon Poppyseed Coffee Cake – 4/27-4/30
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 have discovered yet. Select 2015 fall harvest oils from Italy, Spain, France and beyond are on sale. Just look for the 1-2-3 sticker!
Buy 1 – get 10% off, Buy 2 – get 20% off, Buy 3+ – get 30%off
Breakfast Sandwich of the Month:
All it takes is a few, simple, fantastic ingredients to create an impressively perfect start to the day. 2 fresh fried eggs, prosciutto – grilled until it’s crispy, with a hearty sprinkle of red pepper flake and a little mayo on an onion roll. Breakfast only!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake Special:
Hummingbird cake is an old time American favorite! A traditional Southern cake with toasted coconut, fresh bananas, toasted pecans and pineapple covered in cream cheese frosting. Treat yourself with one of our most popular cakes.
now $6.39, was $7.99/slice –20% off slices & whole cakes
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Turmeric Ginger Chai Latte
Turmeric Ginger Chai is a naturally caffeine-free botanical elixir highlighting the wonders of golden turmeric root. Rishi’s popular Turmeric Ginger blend was inspired by ancient Ayurvedic herbalists, who traditionally combined turmeric and ginger with citrus and honey to create delicious, replenishing tonics. We mix this sweet concentrate with Calder Dairy Natural milk to make a spicy, zesty, creamy drink. It also makes a refreshing iced latte!
Spice of the Month:
Sri Lankan Black Curry
Mellow and fragrant, this is one of Épices de Cru’s all-star blends. Cumin, coriander seed, mustard seed, toasted dried coconut, mace, black peppercorns, curry leaves, Ceylon cinnamon, cloves, and black cardamom! The aroma alone will get you. An absolute necessity in curries with coconut milk or cashews.
now $11.25, was $15/each
Tea of the Month:
and the grey rolls back
branches glistening budding
ahead it’s greener
Appreciate the changing seasons with Japan’s most popular tea. This Organic Sencha is prepared from tea leaves picked in Kyushu, Japan’s southernmost main island. The leaf’s vibrant green shows through at least two steepings. For more infusions, and smoother taste, use water that’s well-below a boil. Enjoy! -Mike (Tea Specialist)
$17.99/tin, $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot
Tinned Fish of the Month:
Ortiz Ventresca Yellow Fin Tuna
The Prized belly of the yellow fin tuna. Tender, flavorful, luscious and succulent. It doesn’t get any better than this. Eat straight from the tin, or put on top of some tender greens. You simply can’t go wrong.
now $10.70, was $15.99
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
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 $9.99, was $11
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick:
Coffee was first introduced to Myanmar (formerly Burma) in 1885 by British colonists. Investments in milling and education have brought about the birth of a true specialty coffee business in the country. This coffee is a blend from several estates in Myanmar, primarily Greenland and Blue Mountain estates.
Medium Roast: Smooth, creamy, and full-bodied with hints of orange.