Products We're Featuring
Zingerman’s Bakehouse Cranberry Pecan Bread:
Available everyday in November!
How do we pack so much flavor in 1 1⁄4 pounds? This is a dense loaf packed with dried cranberries and toasty pecans. It’s a well known phenomenon in our store that customers grab a sample of this on their way out—they might get as far as their car door, but they always come back in to buy a loaf. It’s deliciously habit forming.
- Pumpernickel Raisin – 11/3-11/4
- Almond Poundcake – 11/9-11/12
- Margaret’s Sweet Wheat – 11/10-11/11
- Peppered Bacon Farm – 11/17 & 11/18
- Chocolate Cherry, Chile Cheddar, Pain De Montagne, Country Miche and Chestnut Baguettes – 11/18-11/21
- Chernushka Rye – 11/24-11/25
Zingerman’s Next Door Pie Special:
Pre-order your Thanksgiving Pies! Two ways to SAVE:
Pre-order Pie & Gelato Deal – Pre-order a large Zingerman’s Bakehouse pie and get $2 off a pint of Zingerman’s Creamery gelato. *Must place your pre-order along with purchase by Monday, November 20th.
5 Pie Deal – Buy 4 large pies, get the 5th free! *Call ahead to ensure availability.
See our Thanksgiving Menu
Next Door Drink of the Month:
Cozier than Paul Bunyan’s flannel! Warm up with this spiced drink that is smoky, cinnamon-y & maple-y with a touch of sea salt. Jo Snow Lumberjack syrup paired with espresso and Calder Dairy milk.
A Zingerman’s Holiday Favorite:
We teamed up with Épices de Cru of Montréal fame to hand-select each spice & we grind them fresh. We love the wonderful flavor these spices bring to our classic recipe: Jamaican Allspice, Cochin Ginger, Cardamom from the mountains of India, Tellicherry Black Pepper, Cloves and Cinnamon.
Spice of the Month:
Rare and Amazing Indian Cloves
Buds of flowering clove bouquets, ripe for the picking and perfectly at their peak of aroma, hand-harvested in South west India by Najeeb and Shihab for Épices de Cru. A pillar of spice cookery. A classic to be rediscovered and used often though sparingly. Two or three cloves can go a long way to dramatically improving your cooking!
now $11.25, was $15
Golden Halo ‘Yunnan’
Call it Golden Halo, call it Golden Yunnan, call it Chinese Breakfast. It has a smooth, malty flavor with a mild sweetness that’s kind to you in the morning or an afternoon of sipping. Ask for a pot for here or grab a tin to steep at home.
$12.99/tin; Available by the cup and pot at Zingerman’s Next Door – $2.85/cup, $4.50/pot, $17.99/tin
Zingerman’s Creamery Cheese of the Month:
Detroit St. Brick
2006, 2007, 2012 American Cheese Society Winner. This goat cheese is aged from two to five weeks and is generously studded with fresh cracked green peppercorns and a soft velvet coat. Beginning as a dense, slightly crumbly cheese with a bright lemony tang, the Detroit Street Brick develops a savory and spicy quality over time that gives the cheese an amazing earthiness and a dark ivory color with flecks of pepper throughout.
now $34, was $38/lb
Zingerman’s Coffee Co. Roaster’s Pick:
When we developed this year’s Holiday Blend, we started with our favorite estate coffees from Central and South America. For complexity and balance, we added a bit of a small-lot coffee from Myanmar. The resulting blend has a rich, dark chocolate character with a smooth body and hints of fruit. We think it’s the kind of coffee you can drink anytime. You and your coffee, comfort and joy.