Products We're Featuring
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Café De Olla
Inspired by a classic Mexican coffee drink made using Chicago-based Jo Snow syrup (cinnamon, cloves, molasses, brown sugar and a splash of orange), our house espresso and Calder Dairy milk – Great hot or iced.
Spice it up! Add Café de Olla syrup to Mochas, Iced Tea, Cappuccinos, Brewed Coffee, Cream Soda, and more!! 75¢ extra
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake of the Month:
24 Carrot Cake – 20% off
We peel and grate forty pounds of carrots to make one batch of this cake! All those carrots yield an incredible moistness and a fresh sweetness. Combine them with toasted walnuts and aromatic spices and you get a great cake that’s totally delicious on its own. Cover it with a generous amount of cream cheese frosting and it becomes irresistible.
The little cheese with a big complex. The Little Napoleon is made by very gently hand-ladling the goat’s milk curd into molds to allow for proper drainage and the fullest flavor development. This small, mold-ripened goat cheese has a butter colored rind which develops blue mottling with age. When very young (two weeks), this cheese has a soft creamy texture and a gently acidic flavor. As it reaches middle age (two to three weeks), the cheese is semi-firm and develops a full, savory flavor. At one month, the cheese is firm to hard with a pungent goat flavor.
SALE PRICE $6.99/ea, REG PRICE $8/ea
We’re featuring the plump and juicy sardines from our friends at Matiz, who specialize in getting only the very best seafood from Galicia in North-Western Spain. Choose from their traditional olive oil packed or try the ones with a bit of lemon added. Both of them are as exciting and delicious as they are versatile. They are great in almost any dish you can think of.
$3.95 (reg. $5.99)
For September, we couldn’t decide between their exceptional Paprika 210 and their Andalouses spice blend so we decided to do both. Enjoy each! Salut!
Special Selection – Paprika 210 from Eastern Spain
The quintessential spice of Spain. Rich and aromatic, paprika not only adds a beautiful color to your dish but also a depth of flavor totally unique onto itself.
$7.50/ea (reg. price $10)
Épices Andalouses – The Classic Spice Blend Of Andalucia
Bring the rich and smoky flavors of southern Spain into your kitchen. Oregano, bay leaf, cumin, and smoked paprika are just some of the players in this lively spice blend – use to rub pork or lamb drizzled with wine vinegar.
$12/ea (reg. price $16)
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.
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- Blueberry Buckle 9/3-9/6
- Honeycake 9/9-9/23
- Challah Turbans 9/9-9/23
- Moroccan Challah 9/9-9/23
- Applesauce Cake 9/11-9/14
- Margaret’s Sweet Wheat 9/25-9/26
- Maple Leaf Cookies 9/25
Costa Rica Hacienda Miramonte
Hacienda Miramonte is located in the canton (“county”) of Naranjo in Costa Rica’s Central Valley. The farm was started in 1917 by the matriarch of the Gurdian family, Lucila Duval de Morales, and is now operated by her great-grandson Ricardo Gurdian. Generation after generation, the Gurdians have reaffirmed their commitment to growing quality coffee while serving as stewards of the environment and their local community. In February, we visited Hacienda Miramonte and spent time with Ricardo and his daughter Viviana, who also contributes to the farm’s operation. We got a firsthand look at how their operation promotes quality while contributing to the health of the land and local community. We even played some soccer. We are excited to feature three micro-lots we selected during the visit — Ambar, Roble Sabana, and Cedro — named for the trees that grow in the area where each lot was produced.
$19.99/12 oz bag