ISSUE # 229NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2011
“Second Saturday” Tour!
Join us monthly or an open-to-the-public, no-reservation-required event. Sit down with CofeeCompany managing partners Allen and/or Steve totour their acility and learn about cofee—where it’sgrown, how it’s sourced and how it’s roasted. Finally,learn how to discern the subtle distinctions amongthe world’s nest cofees as you sample some newoferings and some old avorites brewed using a variety o techniques.
Brewing Methods Class
Learn the keys to successul cofee brewing using a wide variety o brewing methods rom lter drip tosyphon pot. We will take a single cofeeand brew it 6 to 8 diferent ways, eachproducing a unique taste. We’ll learnthe proper proportions and techniqueor each and discuss the merits and di-erences o each style.
Stop by and taste a ew o our cofees as we dem-onstrate the diferent brewing devices we have inthe shop. Or stop in and shop or the cofee geek in your lie.
Please call or reservations: 734.929.6060
Roadhouse Special Dinners are 5-course amily-style aairs with a little history and a LOT o oodeaturing writers, ches, authors and more rom our own community and all around the country.
For reservations to all events stop by 2501 Jackson Ave. or call 734.663.3663 (FOOD)or online at www.zingermansroadhouse.com
Creamery Cheese Tasting
A new staple in our monthly events at theCreamery. Come and taste creamery cheeses with the cheesemaker, learn aboutseasonality and our arm-ers, and get ideas or waysto enjoy our cheese withseasonal produce!
Mozzarella Making Class
Come get your hands in the curd and learnhow to make mozzarella rom resh milk witha recipe you can use at home. Stretch curdsinto or di latte, treccia di mozzarella, andburrata.
Sandwich of the MonthDeli Tastings And EveNts
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Best o the Deli 2011 Tasting with Ari
Ari’s annual culinary treasure hunt across Zingerman’s Community of Businesses!
It’s become a tradition each autumn or Ari to compile a list o hisavorite oods, and this year we’re excited to be able to share them with you in ournew event space on 4th. From South Arican vinegars, French sardines and Tanza-nian chocolate to locally made caraway rye and Cosmic Cakes,it’s a ull avored collection o Ari’s avorite things to noshon rom 2011. We’ve sold out in years past, so we’ve got twodates planned this year: Tuesday November 29th and Tuesday December 13th, each rom 6pm-8pm.
Celebrate Wisconsin Cheese Tasting
Join Wisconsin dairy expert Ed Janus, Zingerman’s oundingpartner Ari Weinzweig and the Deli cheese enthusiasts as we learn,taste and toast a special selection o Wisconsin’s handmade cheeses. Mid- west crat beer will be sampled alongside these great cheeses to highlight andenhance Wisconsin’s lavor traditions.
Fun! Fun! Fun!It’s got chicken!It’s got spinach!It’s got our great garlic hummus! And with sliced old pickles on a grilledpaesano roll, it’s got a crunch that’ll have you making up words to a Beach Boyssong!
A trio o our top-notch traditional treatsrolled out beore you on a single plate! A warm & buttery cheese-lled blintz,a crispy potato latke, and a scoop o our chopped liver which we still makeaccording to Ari’s grandmother’s recipe. A slice o rye bread, as well as sourcream and preserves, will help you takeaction steps to mix, match, and expand your own Deli avorites!
New Year’s Eve Dinnerwith the Kennedys
Following our tradition o celebrating New Year’s Eve withthe White House, this year we dine like our 35th President,easting rom a menu ull o John F. Kennedy’s avorites.
An Evening in Sicily Dinner
Zingerman’s Food Tours has teamed up withGioacchino Passalaqua, an Italian artisanal oodexporter, cook, gastronome, tour guide, adventurer, andnative Sicilian. Through his company, Attavola, Gioacchinohas developed relationships with artisanal ood producers,restaurateurs, olive oil companies, chocolatiers, vintners,and conectioners all over Italy.The ood o Sicily is outstanding both in the quality o itsingredients and in the incredible variety o traditionaldishes you will nd there. Che Alex will collaborate withGioacchino to create a traditional Sicilian menu, ull o richavors, pasta, meats and cheeses.
We now ofer two kitchens at our hands-on teach-ing bakery and many more classes to choose rom!Look or combination cooking and baking classes with guest instructors and “practice makes perect”classes so you can work on your technique with usthere to guide you.
S’mores and More
We’ll teach you how to make our super gingery whole wheat graham crackers. Then we’ll have unmaking both vanilla and chocolate marshmallows as well as tell you how to make up your own lavors. Join us and increase the lavor o your s’mores by 100%.
Zingerman’s Turns 30
Let’s celebrate our 30th anniversary with a ew o the most popular Zingerman’s treats. We’ll makelong time best-sellers Jewish rye bread and MagicBrownies and a new ave, hummingbird cake. We’llserve sandwich ixin’s rom the Deli to go with yourbread and end the class with iconic Zingerman’streats—a sandwich, a pickle, a brownie and a toastto 30 years o great customers.
Hungarian Coeehouse Tortes
In the late 1800s Hungary enjoyed a coeehouseculture o delicious ancy tortes and great coee.Philosophers, artists, musicians and politicians gath-ered in coeehouses to share ideas and camaraderie while eating cake! We’ll teach you to make two o the classics. Rigó Jancsi—a chocolate rum spongecake illed with chocolate whipped cream, iced withchocolate ganache and Esterházy Cake—walnutmeringue layers with vanilla cream icing. It’s a classicsold at all traditional Hungarian bakeries.
7th Annual Arican American Dinner
featuring author Audrey Petty from Chicago
For this annual Roadhouse dinner, we welcome author Audrey Petty, bornand raised in Chicago and currently a Proessor at the University o Illinoisat Urbana-Champaign to the 7th Annual Arican American Dinner. Audrey will share her stories and poetry o the Arican American community through a traditional and ull-avored meal prepared by Che Alex.
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Begin 2012 at the Roadhouse!
The Roadshow will open at 9:00 am on New Year’s Day.
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Celebrate the Holidaysat the Roadhouse!
The Roadhouse is a great place to celebrate the holidays with yourriends, amily and co-workers. We can accommodate groups up to 40in one o our dining rooms or we have a private room that seats up to80 people. On a budget this holiday season? Whether you are bringingin 8 people or 80, we can work together to create a menu that its yourbudget and tastes great.
Call 734.929.0331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org book your holiday event at the Roadhouse!