The Deli Dish

  • Jake’s Cake from the Bakehouse

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Angel food cake to celebrate summer berry season A Bakehouse favorite from many years ago, it’s named after managing partner Amy Emberling’s son Jake, who’s all … Continued

  • Gourmino Geiss At the Deli

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A creative visionary turns his dreams into a delicious mountain cheese Michael Hanke is making things happen. Growing up in a cheesemaking family in the Allgau … Continued

  • Mexico Chiapas Coffee

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Sustainably grown Mexican coffee takes the cake! Of all the coffee-producing countries on the planet, Mexico has historically gotten maybe some of the least attention. Like … Continued

  • A photo of a bag of Askinosie Malt Balls on a white surface with many malt balls pouring out. The bag is a deep matte orange.

    Artisanal Malt Balls from Askinosie

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Amazing offering from the folks at Askinosie Chocolate One of the things I love about our food is that we’ve found ways to take popular but … Continued

  • A photo of several dozen white turnips with their leafy tops still attached.

    Turnip Salad with Avocado and Sesame

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A lovely low key summer dish to make at home in a matter of minutes Turnips, in the 21st century, often get short shrift. While many … Continued

  • A top-down photo of a Mezes Kremes Torta on a marble surface next to a circular ceramic plate with a slice of torta and a fork on it.

    Mézes Kremes Torta from the Bakehouse

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Incredible caramelized honey cream cake One of Budapest’s best-loved treats is rarely seen outside its cream-and-pastry-loving homeland! Happily, thanks to the passion, skill, and dedication of … Continued

  • A quarter of a wheel of Dutch Gouda cheese on a sheet of Deli parchment paper.

    Dutch Gouda from De Graafstroom Dairy

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Artisan aged cheese from a 115-year-old farmers cooperative If that First International Anarchist World Congress that I wrote about last week had reconvened again a year or two … Continued

  • Two Blueberry Buckles with a Bakehouse pastry bag underneath. One of the Buckles is still wrapped, while the other is unwrapped and has a slice cut from it.

    Wild Blueberry Buckle From the Bakehouse

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A long-standing classic returns for a special appearance this summer! I can’t recall when we started making Blueberry Buckle, but it’s been a classic and a … Continued

  • A top-down photo of about two dozen red radishes with their leafy tops still on, resting on a wooden tray.

    Revueltos with Radish Greens

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Super simple, seasonally appropriate, Spanish-style scrambled eggs Thinking back to the radishes and butter I wrote about as an appetizer last week … one of … Continued

  • A photo of a huge pile of radishes with their roots still attached.

    A Great Way to Use Fresh Radishes!

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A super-simple spring pleasure to put on your table at home today One of my favorite parts of spring eating is this amazingly simple and … Continued