Products We're Featuring
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Bread Special:
The traditional bread of the Puglia region of Italy. Pass it around the table for ripping and dipping in great olive oil, soup or pasta.
- Chernushka Rye – 10/6 & 10/7
- Margaret’s Sweet Wheat – 10/13 10/14
- Somodi Kálacs – 10/20-10/22
- Rosemary Baguettes – 10/27-10/29
- Lemon Poppyseed Coffee Cake – 10/26-10/29
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cake Special:
Pronounced [doh-bosh], this traditional Hungarian coffeehouse torte was created in 1887 by well known chef and confectioner József C. Dobos (1847–1924). Five thin layers of vanilla sponge cake and dark chocolate espresso buttercream, all topped with pieces of crispy dark caramel. Taste one of Hungary’s most famous tortas!
now $4.79/slice, was $5.99 –20% off slices & whole cakes
Next Door Drink of the Month:
3 Way Chai!
Enjoy Rishi Tea’s scrumptious Masala Chai one of 3 ways: Steep a loose leaf teabag to keep it simple, steam our house made chai with creamy Calder Dairy milk or enjoy a hot Michigan cider spiced and spiked!
Spice of the Month:
Isot Kurdish Black Pepper
Not to be confused with black peppercorn, Isot pepper, also known as Urfa, is truly a one-of-a-kind chile flake. The peppers are dried in the sun and fermented until nearly black, then crushed into flakes, which are preserved by adding oil and a pinch of salt. Surprising for its gentle, smoky heat. Sprinkle lavishly!
now $8, was $12/each
Aromatic and bold. A delicious blend of black tea and traditional Indian masala spices – cardamom, ginger, black pepper and cloves.
$12.99/tin; Available by the cup and pot at Zingerman’s Next Door – $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
Award winning! 2nd place at the American Cheese Society awards! A dense cow’s milk cheese that starts out fruity, becoming earthy and strong with age.
now $12.99, was $15.99/each
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick:
Peru El Milagro
Medium Roast. Brown sugar sweetness with notes of citrus and toasted nuts.
We sourced this coffee from our partners at Atlas Coffee Importers, who have been working with El Milagro since 2010. With only 72 members, El Milagro is a very small co-op, but consistently produces very nice coffees. They even exported their first single-producer micro-lot in 2015.