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April 29, 2022

High Grown Honduras Coffee from Farmer Pablo Paz

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A University of Michigan student project pays delicious dividends a decade down the road It’s about ten years ago now that U of M alum Andrew Boyd approached me. He wanted to tell me about a new project he and some other recent graduates were getting into. Their idea was […]

April 28, 2022

Cappuccino

April 27, 2022

Potato Kugel for Passover

April 12, 2022

A Gluten-Free Guide to A Flavor-Full Deli Visit

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April 12, 2022

A Gluten-Free Guide to A Flavor-Full Deli Visit

A delicious adventure awaits, no matter the dietary restriction It’s important to us to help maximize eating enjoyment for every single one of our guests, no matter their dietary restrictions or preferences. It’s just an everyday part of our desire to give great service to every guest—no one should have to forgo access to great […]

March 19, 2022

The Meaning of Passover and the Seder Plate

  If you’ve found yourself asking: What is the meaning of the observance of Passover? What’s the significance of a seder plate? What food is served at Passover? Why is bread not served at Passover? What are Passover desserts? You’ve come to the right place for answers At Zingerman’s Delicatessen, we believe in the value […]

February 12, 2022

21 Zingy Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Gift giving made easy No matter the time of year, you’re always hunting for the perfect gifts for everyone on your list—birthday gifts, thank you gifts, graduation gifts… And while we all love any excuse to celebrate, sometimes it can be a challenge to think of just the right thing for each person. That’s where […]

July 1, 2021

5 Steps to Tasting Great Food

Or, How to Taste Food Like an Expert Adapted from Zingerman’s Guide to Good Eating, by Ari Weinzweig If we’re going to eat multiple times a day for the rest of our lives, we might as well make our meals as enjoyable and interesting as possible. For a modicum of effort, even the least-experienced eater […]

April 29, 2022

High Grown Honduras Coffee from Farmer Pablo Paz

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A University of Michigan student project pays delicious dividends a decade down the road It’s about ten years ago now that U of M alum Andrew Boyd approached me. He wanted to tell me about a new project he and some other recent graduates were getting into. Their idea was […]

April 28, 2022

Cappuccino

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews The true story of your morning “cap” revealed! It’s getting close to a decade ago now that I started to study beliefs. What began as a small bit of intrigue and intellectual interest evolved, over the course of five or six years, into a 600-plus-page book, The Power of Beliefs in […]

April 28, 2022

Little Mountain Cheese from Wisconsin

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A Best-of-Show award winner from the great-grandson of a Swiss cheesemaker One of the tastiest cheeses we’ve got on hand right now comes from the small town of Platteville, Wisconsin. Chris Roelli, the man who makes Little Mountain, is a fourth generation Wisconsin cheesemaker. His great-grandfather, Adolph Roelli, came over from […]

April 27, 2022

Koeze Peanut Butter from Grand Rapids

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Appreciating an amazing artisan peanut butter One of the best quality improvements we’ve ever done in the ZCoB came about 20 years ago when we made the move to upgrade our peanut butter by buying this artisan offering from the Koeze family in Grand Rapids. For our peanut buttery purposes, […]

April 27, 2022

Potato Kugel for Passover

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews One of my favorite Jewish comfort foods! The Deli has a whole range of Passover foods on the menu for the Passover holiday—roast brisket, chicken, matzo ball soup, gefilte fish, charoset, horseradish, and much more. The menu also includes holiday treats from Zingerman’s Bakehouse–Chocolate Orange Torte, Macaroons, Sponge Cake, and Nina’s ’Nolis (pine nut cookies). Of […]

April 2, 2022

Friendseder™: All are Welcome!

The Making of a New Tradition When Rabbi Jeff Stombaugh called us up to see if we’d like to be a part of his Friendseder™ effort, it didn’t take us too long to get to YES! Gather with friends to celebrate old traditions and build new ones? YES! Add food? YES! Everyone is welcome to […]

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 […]

April 1, 2022

Introducing The Matzo Project

Matzo worth updating a classic recipe for It’s true, a few years ago, we were so blown away by the taste, quality, and values of The Matzo Project matzo, that we updated our classic, decades-old matzo ball recipe to use their matzo. But we also wanted to make sure to spread the word about the […]

May 4, 2022

Mother’s Day Chocolate News and Notes 2022

Jennie’s Wow-Worthy Top Gift Picks for Mother’s Day 2022 by Jennie B, Zingerman’s Chocolate Specialist Our shelves are filled with mom-thrilling confections and as always, we are ready to assist you in finding the perfect gift for Mother’s Day.  Give us a call at 734-663-3354, place an order online through our Zingerman’s Deli online store, […]

April 29, 2022

High Grown Honduras Coffee from Farmer Pablo Paz

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews A University of Michigan student project pays delicious dividends a decade down the road It’s about ten years ago now that U of M alum Andrew Boyd approached me. He wanted to tell me about a new project he and some other recent graduates were getting into. Their idea was […]

April 28, 2022

Cappuccino

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews The true story of your morning “cap” revealed! It’s getting close to a decade ago now that I started to study beliefs. What began as a small bit of intrigue and intellectual interest evolved, over the course of five or six years, into a 600-plus-page book, The Power of Beliefs in […]

February 24, 2022

Hungarian Dessert: Rigó Jancsi

Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Chocolate Torte with Chestnut Cream- a seriously terrific Hungarian pastry!   It’s been over a decade now since we first started making Rigó Jancsi at the Bakehouse. It’s one of the most elegant, and excellent, pieces of pastry we make, and it has a terrific story to go with it. Rigó […]

April 8, 2022

Cooking with Full-Flavored Fat: Tallow and Lard

A Benefit of Whole Animal Butchering by Connor Valone, Zingerman’s Delicatessen Meat Buyer/Specialty Foods Supervisor Each of our Butcher’s Monthly boxes comes with either beef tallow or pork lard, and one of the most common questions we get from our guests is “What should I do with all this fat?”  My reply is simple: What […]

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 […]

March 3, 2022

Recipe: Ari’s Mashed Cauliflower with Olive Oil

  Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews An easy dish to make at home Here’s an easy dish you can make for dinner in under 20 minutes–it’s great in the winter or any time of the year. It tastes terrific and is versatile enough to serve as a side, or a main course (in our vegetable-focused house, […]