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Tuesday, November 25, 2008 

Looking for a little gift

for yourself perhaps? Zingerman's is having a 20% off sale November 27th and 28th. (The secret password is "stuffing.") They have some great foodie finds and this little sale is a great way to discover what the fine folks in Ann Arbor have known for years....Zingerman's puts some ZING in your life!

Some samples of their foodie items...

John Cope's Dried Sweet Corn
John Cope’s corn couldn’t be more of a culinary secret to everyone outside of Rheems, Pennsylvania, if we’d made a national policy to hide it. Martin Cope made his first batch in 1900, and despite a conspicuous lack of notoriety the company is still doing it now as they were then.

Pasolivo Olive Oil
"One of the Top 10 olive oils in the World
(and the only American one!)"
Der Feinschmeker German food journal, which conducts the largest international olive oil tasting in the world

Carolina Gold Rice from Anson Mills
This amazing rice comes to us from Glenn Roberts and the crew at Anson Mills grits. Not only is Glenn adamant that organic growing has a huge positive impact on the flavor of the rice, he’s also making sure the rice is fully ripened in the field, which allows the flavor to develop before harvest. They use a specially designed mill that emulates the 19th century method of hand-pounding the rice.

This product is certified organic.

Guido Gobino Gianduja Cream
Stay away before you get hooked. If you’re a glutton for punishment, or just a good old-fashioned glutton, you could get yourself in serious financial straits minding this addiction in waiting. Guido Gobino gives freshly harvested Piemontese hazelnuts a generous, slow toasting, then grinds them as smooth as velvet. They're mixed with fine milk chocolate in proportions that favor nut lovers. You've been warned.

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