Zingerman’s Deli - Speck Alto Adige

Speck Alto Adige is a cured ham, lightly smoked and aged for 22 weeks. Its appearance, fragrance and flavor make it instantly recognizable as authentic Speck manufactured with a traditional processing method, passed down through generations and protected by the European Union.  While only 2 producers are approved for the states, there are ways that the product may indeed be better.  Forever Cheese works with this producer to age the ham 6 months instead of the traditional 90 days.

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Zingerman’s Roadhouse Syrup

Zingerman’s Roadhouse has developed a nice selection of syrups made from real, fresh ingredients without any preservatives. 

All of Zingerman’s syrups start with all-natural flavors (almonds, vanilla, etc.), which are infused in heated simple syrup, then bottled in recycled, sterilized wine bottles.  Here’s a list of their first batch of syrups:

  • Almond: Made from real toasted almonds, this syrup is set aside to rest for a week to allow flavors to mature.
  • Vanilla: Made from real vanilla beans, this syrup is set aside to rest for a week to allow flavors to mature.
  • Hazelnut: Made from the same delicious Hazelnut paste used to make “Nutella.”
  • Caramel: A traditional caramelmade from lots of sugar, heavy cream and real farm butter. This is rich, creamy syrup that tastes like an old-fashioned candy shop!
  • Sugar Free Vanilla: Made using Truvia sweetener, a non-sugar alternative using the same great vanilla beans.

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Zingerman’s Deli - Reindeer T-shirt

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Zingerman’s Bakehouse - Lace Wedding Cake

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Zingerman’s Deli - Fulvi Romano Cheese

This tangy, hard cheese is made from 100% sheep’s milk harvested in the countryside of Rome. Aged 10 months to 1 year and coated in black wax as per tradition, Fulvi® is never as hard or dry as a Pecorino Romano made in Sardinia.  The richness of the whole milk produces a cheese that is less salty, thus allowing you to enjoy the rich flavor of the cheese. In Italy people eat this cheese; they do not just grate it. It grates larger so that it does not disappear in food, rather it creates a hearty flavor while enabling you to use less cheese. 

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Zingerman’s Press - A Lapsed Anarchist’s Approach to Being a Better Leader

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Zingerman’s Coffee Company - Cold Brewed Coffee

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Zingerman’s Deli - Muffaleta Sandwich

Italian mortadella, all-beef salami, Arkansas peppered ham, provolone cheese, Zingerman’s olive tapenade and balsamic vinaigrette served on a grilled Italian paesano roll

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Zingerman’s Deli - Brownies

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Zingerman’s Deli - Road Sign Tables

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Zingerman’s Bakehouse - Ballerina Tutu Birthday Cake

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Zingerman’s Creamery: Pimento Cheese

Zingerman’s Deli and the Bacon Mobile

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Zingerman’s Bakehouse - French Cruellers

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Zingerman’s Deli - Oswald’s Mile High

Zingerman’s corned beef & yellow mustard on double-baked, hand-sliced Jewish rye bread.

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