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Deli ❤️’s You!
Zingerman’s Deli <3’s You, let us count the ways! Our beloved guests– You are awesome! We love having you and we love feeding you delicious foods. We’ve got some amazing deals and limited time specials during February; we hope you’ll join us.
Pot Pies – Bulk Special
Handmade Pot Pies to Cheer Up your Winter Blues
- Buy 10 or more, get 10% OFF!
- Buy 20 or more, get 20% OFF!!
- Buy 30 or more, get 30% OFF!!!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
Crisp, crackly crust, moist honeycombed interior and the trademark sour tang that will tickle your tongue.
- Somodi Kálacs – 2/3 & 2/4
- Lemon Poppyseed Coffeecake – 2/2-2/5
- S’more Tarts – 2/10-2/12
- Chocolate Challah bread – 2/10 & 2/11
- Chocolate cherry bread – 2/13 & 2/14
- Chocolate Dipped Palmiers – 2/13/2017
- Peppered Bacon Farm – 2/17 & 2/18
- Almond Poundcake – 2/16-2/19
- Margaret’s Sweet Wheat – 2/24 & 2/25
- King Cake – 2/24-2/28 – Pre-order to ensure availability
- Paczki – 2/28/2017 – Pre-order yours today, we will sell out!
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake Special:Chestnut Rigó Jancsi
A variation of the traditional Hungarian coffeehouse torte named after Rigó Jancsi [ree-go yan-CHEE] (1858-1927), a famous Hungarian violinist. A regal torte made with two light layers of chocolate chestnut sponge cake, filled with rum spiked chestnut whipped cream, iced with a thin layer of apricot glaze and finished with rich dark chocolate ganache.
now $5.59 , was $6.99/slice –20%off slices & whole cakes
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Chocolat Moderne Kama Sutra
Thick & velvety drinking chocolate inspired by the warming spices of India. Featuring dark Valrhona chocolate, cardamom and clove blended perfectly with coconut oil.
This amazing deal only happens once a year. Save on up to 50% on our wide array of Balsamic Vinegar.
sale prices vary
Spice of the Month: Korean Chiles
Korean pepper has a fine aroma, mild heat profile and gives a radiant red coloring to your dishes. Pungent with just a touch of heat; essential to Korean cooking. A versatile pepper that can be used during cooking or as a garnish on any number of fish, meat and vegetable recipes.
now $7.50, was $10
Tea of the Month:
Order this tea with a chocolate croissant, please, for your own sake. Steeped from organic peppermint from Washington State, it is a perfect winter drink. Many revere it for its myriad health benefits; rightfully so, but its flavor and aroma are pure vibrance. It makes these cold, dark mornings more lively and the afternoons less monotonous. It’s soothing, too, and caffeine-free for after dinner, as you’re bundled up, watching the snow fall on Detroit Street. Enjoy. -Mike (Tea Specialist)
Tinned Fish of the Month:
Zingerman’s Portuguese Sardines
Portuguese sardines are the most sought-after in the world. These are true pilchards with a deep flavor softened by olive oil. Melt-in-your-mouth tender, they’re delicious as-is, in a dish of pasta or on a slice of crusty bread topped with good olive oil, a squeeze of lemon, a sprinkle of black pepper and a pinch of sea salt. Also, check out the awesome artwork on the box!
now $5.25, was $7.99/ea
Frozen Knish 6-packs
Once upon a time, the most beautiful queen in all the land, Anita Knish, was making handmade savory Jewish pastries. One day, she was visited by a dapper dancing sandwich man. “Who are you and why are you interrupting my baking?!” the Knish Queen of Ann Arbor exclaimed. “I am Bread Astaire and I think your Zingerman’s Knishes do it right, do it big and do it with style!” Then they fell madly in love. And that’s what happened, true story.
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month: Pere Marquette
The Pere Marquette is an homage to the classic French St. Marcellin. We start with the best Jersey cow’s milk we can source. 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.
now $7.99, was $15
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick: Brazil Full Bloom – Daterra Estate
Full Bloom is a 100% “natural” or dry processed coffee, meaning that the fruit flesh of the coffee cherry was left attached to the bean as it dried. We loved this lot for its wonderful balance of chocolate and fruit notes, and for the panorama of flavors it offers sip after sip.