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Corned Beef & Cabbage for St. Paddy’s Day
Don your greenest green and come down to Zingerman’s Delicatessen to pick up a bountiful dinner for two. Tender Corned Beef and a trinity of cabbage, carrots and redskin potatoes make up the main event paired with brown mustard and a wedge of Zingerman’s Bakehouse Irish soda bread with Kerrygold Butter.
Place your order online by 3/15 for pick up on 3/17.
$35/Meal for 2
The New Year’s Olive Oil
The boldest new oils from the 2017 harvest have arrived! They’re extremely special, super green, big, bold and full of flavor. And, at the peak of their peppery punchiness. Our friend Rolando Beramendi, author of the Italian cookbook Autentico, says, “Splurge on a bottle once a year. Use immediately; pour abundantly.” You won’t regret it!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Sesame Semolina Round
The bread to seize the imagination of sesame seed lovers everywhere – the entire loaf is rolled in unhulled sesame seeds. Golden color, great taste. Made with semolina and durum flour. We’ve found it’s best when toasted, grilled, or heated in the oven.
- Irish Brown Soda Bread – 3/1-3/17 (St Patrick’s Day 3/17)
- Olive Oil Cake – 3/15-3/18
- Passover desserts – 3/19-4/7 (Passover 3/30-4/7)
- Easter cakes & cookies – 3/19-4/1 (Easter 4/1)
- Somodi Kálacs – 3/23-3/25 & 3/30-4/1
- Hot Cross Buns – 3/29-4/1
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month: Bridgewater
Made from fresh cow’s milk, this super-rich double-cream, soft-ripened orb is spiked with cracked and whole black Tellicherry peppercorns for a full-flavored peppery zing that perfectly complements its slight citrus and gentle mushroom notes.
now $9.99/each, was $12/each
Next Door Drink of the Month: Danny Boy
This drink is so good, we don’t even mind having the song stuck in our heads all month! Zingerman’s mocha steamed with a little Irish Cream syrup & topped with whipped cream or a marshmallow.
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake of the Month:
Boston Cream Pie
In spite of its name, Boston Cream Pie is, in fact, a cake. It also happens to be the official dessert of Massachusetts. Layers of light and fluffy vanilla chiffon cake, filled with vanilla bean pastry cream, all topped with vanilla Swiss buttercream and rich dark chocolate ganache. Take one bite and you’ll know why it has a whole state so devoted to it.
now $4.79, was $5.99/slice (20% off slices and whole cakes)
Berbere could be called the “curry of Africa.” The fragrant & versatile Ethiopian blend is Épices de Cru’s best selling blend back in Montreal. It is a blend of three chili peppers modified with a host of spices including ginger, black and green cardamom, fenugreek, allspice, ajwain, cassia buds & black pepper. Ideal for seasoning meats, Ethiopian Berbere is an excellent flavoring for chicken when mixed with crushed garlic and butter. If you could only take one spice blend to a desert island, this should be it!
now $12/tin, was $15/tin
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick:
Honduras Pablo Paz
Cocoa-like body with flavors of caramel and almond.
Zingerman’s Coffee Company traveled to Honduras a few years ago to meet Pablo Paz, a coffee producer near the municipality of La Unión. Pablo comes from a family of growers who have produced quality coffee for decades. This is one of our favorite crops yet!
Tea of the Month:
Los Chileros BushFire Chile Drink
Two great flavor traditions combine into BushFire Tea for a delicious invigorating beverage. South African Rooibos lends a mellow earthy flavor while New Mexico Hatch Red Chile delivers a surprising kick.
$15.99/tin, $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot