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Not only is summer the best season, it also brings once a year sweet deals with our Summer Sale. Jump at this chance to stock up and save on some of our most beloved products. Check out the list >
Cake of the Month:
New York Cheesecake
Zingerman’s Bakehouse cheesecakes are special because they are made with fresh cream cheese from their neighbor Zingerman’s Creamery. This month enjoy New York style cheesecake with real vanilla bean and a butter pastry crust.
was $5.99/slice, now $4.79/slice – 20% off
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Jo’s Ginger Lime Spritzer
Housemade ginger syrup, fresh squeezed lime and fizzy bubbles. Slightly sweet and absolutely refreshing!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
Better than San Francisco Sourdough round
Good enough to ship back to California. Crisp, crackly crust, moist honeycombed interior and the trademark sour tang that will tickle your tongue.
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
True North Bread
Wheat grown in Traverse City. Flour milled at Grand Traverse Culinary Flours. Bread baked in Ann Arbor. This flavorful, naturally leavened bread is pure Michigan. Celebrate the mitten state with a toasted slice spread with tart Michigan cherry preserves.
- Rosemary Baguettes 7/1-7/3
- Blueberry Buckle 7/1-7/4
- Somodi Kalács 7/8-7/10
- Green Olive Paesano 7/15 & 7/16
- Lemon Poppyseed Coffeecake 7/21-7/24
- Cranberry Pecan bread 7/22 & 7/23
- Craquelin 7/29-7/31
Pasilla de Oaxaca Chiles
These chiles come from way up in the Sierra Mixe, high in the mountains. The remote location and relatively limited production has meant that these special chiles are little known outside their region. They’re prepared pretty much as they’ve been for thousands of years. Big, red Pasilla peppers are left on the vine, well into the fall months then picked and dried over smoke for three or four days. The region’s climate is particularly conducive to chile growing and smoking. Lots of fresh, cool air and tons of sun. The result is big, bold and smoky flavor. Modest in heat, but show-stoppingly superb!
was $15/tin, now $11.25/tin
Veggie of the Month:
The Brinery – Juniper Orbit Sauerkraut
Super limited edition, making its last appearance in jars. Green cabbage and juniper unite to create a sauerkraut perfect for summer, packed with a botanical punch! Try it on a sandwich with turkey and avocado, or to complement grilling sausages.
was $11/jar, now $8/jar
Tea of the Month:
“As far as I’m concerned ‘Hibiscus Berry’ is a bit of poetic brevity. Maybe it’s because ‘Hibiscus, Rosehip, Currant, Elderberry, Apple, Blueberry, Orange, Mango’ didn’t fit well on the package! Served hot, it’s like a tropical spa retreat. Prepared sweetened, on the rocks, it’s akin to an over-the-top agua fresca. It’s caffeine-free, so you can nurse a cool pitcher all day and a hot mug all night.” Enjoy, Mike ~tea extraordinaire
$12.99/tin, Next Door: $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot
Tinned Fish of the Month:
Bonito del Norte Tuna
Everyone’s favorite tuna is back, and it’s bigger than ever! Fresh, meaty and delicious, this line-caught classic from the Ortiz family in Spain is on sale. Stop by for a taste and see why everyone will be stocking up on what’s sure to become the only tinned tuna you’ll ever eat again!
was $5.99/each, now $5/each | by the 12-tin case – was $72, now $48
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
The Pere Marquette is an homage to the classic French St. Felicien. We start with the best Jersey cow’s milk we can source, since the high fat and protein of that particular milk will create a superior finished cheese. Conditioning this cheese inside a terracotta crock develops a luscious texture that continues to develop over time, eventually becoming almost completely liquid and ridiculously rich.
Sale Price $8.99/each
Cameroon Oku Valley
This coffee comes to us from the Oku people of Cameroon’s Northwest Region. Cameroon traditionally has been a large producer of robusta coffee, though in the last couple of years has made efforts to increase the amount and quality of arabica coffee it exports. This lot marks our first time sourcing coffee from Cameroon and we have been both pleased and surprised by our initial tastings! Complex florals with flavors of herbal spice, orange, and black pepper.