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Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
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.
- Hamantaschen – every day in March
- Irish Soda Bread – 3/1-3/17
- Olive Oil Cake – 3/16-3/19
- Potato Dill bread – 3/17-3/18
- Banana Cream Pie – 3/24-3/26
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake Special:
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 & whole cakes
Next Door Drink of the Month:
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.
Spice of the Month:
Aleppo Seven Spice
In a time when Syria is being so horribly dehumanized and ravaged by war, we’re honoring its history, culture and cuisine with this exceptional spice blend. Also known as Bahārāt, it’s comprised of fragrant allspice, nutmeg, cardamom, Ceylon cinnamon and ginger and recalls the city from which most of the great Middle Eastern chefs hail. Perfect for marinades and making stuffed peppers or stuffed grape leaves. It’s a small but meaningful taste of a marvelous place that’s been overrun and overturned in ways that we can’t imagine.
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:
You may have seen these gorgeous, slender little fillets of heaven on the tinned fish shelf at the Deli. Packed upright in a beautiful red and gold labeled jar soaking in luscious extra virgin olive oil, they are hard to miss. One taste, and you’ll see that their texture, flavor and versatility is equally unforgettable.
now $9.99/each, was $14.99
Veggie of the Month:
Marcia’s Munchies Cherry Pops
These award winning pickled cherry tomatoes from Marcia’s are amazing! Seasoned with thyme and rosemary, they liven up a salad, spice up a cocktail or on their own are simply succulent…you can’t go wrong with these babies!
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
Inspired by the much beloved cheeses from the Loire River Valley in France, the Aged Chelsea is a mold ripened goat log coated in edible vegetable ash. The ash helps draw moisture to the cheese’s surface, developing a well-balanced flavor while providing an appealing grey exterior. At room temperature, the Chelsea oozes richness and its creamy, spreadable texture releases the naturally gentle flavor of the goat milk. It’s simply perfect with a Loire Valley white wine.
now $12, was $13/each
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick:
Honduras Pablo Paz
In February 2015 we travelled to Honduras 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! We like this coffee for its cocoa-like body with flavors of vanilla & almond.