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April 2, 2022

How to Make a Reuben Sandwich

Exactly like we do at Zingerman’s Deli When Ari Weinzweig and Paul Saginaw started talking about opening a deli, over 40 years ago(!), they had a clear vision for the experience guests would have eating one of their sandwiches. As Val Neff-Rasmussen, marketer at Zingerman’s Mail Order, described it in an ode to our Ruebens: […]

April 2, 2022

Zingerman’s Deli Matzo Ball Soup Recipe

So good your bubbe might ask for seconds There’s nothing quite like matzo balls bobbing in rich, chicken broth—it wouldn’t be Passover without them. Matzo Ball Soup is a beloved part of our Passover menu (the menu is not kosher, but it does feature ceremonial seder plates, complete seder meals, and plenty of a la […]

January 3, 2022

Deli Pot Pies: The 6 Flavor Line-up

Try all six delicious flavors of our Deli Pot Pies! Winter brings shorter days and cooler temperatures, and also Pot Pies at Zingerman’s Deli!  the Deli’s pot pies are handmade and are a special way you can warm up your dinner table this winter. Pick them up anytime and tuck them into your freezer for […]

January 3, 2022

Pot Pies For Perfect Winter Meals

A collection of six kinds of handmade pot pies flows through the Deli during the coldest months of the year. Every year, the Deli team dreams up ways to evolve the already beloved savory pies – they get better and better.

January 30, 2021

Chicken Broth from the Deli Kitchen

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews The centuries-old chicken broth recipe that still makes us feel better As we shift into the middle of winter, there are any number of ways we can take care of ourselves through the cold months still to come. I wrote a whole long piece about comfort food in the current […]