Ever wondered about the artisan food created by the loving hands at Zingerman's?The Roadhouse will host the first Zingerman's Artisan Dinner on Tuesday, April 17, from 7-10pm to showcase its local food producers and handcrafted delicacies made right here in Ann Arbor. Bakehouse bakers Amy Emberling and Frank Carollo, Creamery cheese-makers John Loomis and Aubrey Thomason, Zingerman's resident candymaker Charlie Frank, along with Coffee Company roasters Allen Leibowitz and Steve Mangigian will share their personal stories touching on the history of their businesses in addition to offering insights on what makes their food one-of-a-kind. Reservations required. $50. 2501 Jackson Rd. 734-663-3663. www.zingermansroadhouse.com
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