Holiday Meals from the Roadhouse

The party season is creeping near.
No food to serve? Please have no fear!
We’ll roast a turkey and bake the pie,
We’ll provide the stuffing and Roadhouse rye.
Sit back, relax, we’re on our way,
Zingerman’s Roadhouse will make your holiday!

The Roadhouse has you covered this Holiday Season, we’re doing all the cooking so you’ll have everything for a complete holiday meal and even have some leftovers!

Holiday meals are available December 23rd, 24th and 26th. We just need to know 48 hours ahead, and you’ll be able to pick-up your holiday meal without leaving your car! (Just drive-up to the Roadshow!)

Menu highlights include free-range turkey, traditonally roasted or coffee spiced rubbed, mashed local potatoes with traditional Roadhouse gravy and everyone’s favorite, pecan pie from Zingerman’s Bakehouse. And new this year is Cornman Farms’ standing rib roast, served with an au jus and horseradish.

We have all the fixin’s to dress up your table, give us a call at 734.663.3663 and we’ve preapre all your holiday essentials!

The Roadhouse will be closed on Christmas Day.

Download the Roadhouse Holiday To Go menu here
Winter RH Holiday Menu 11

Ari’s Interview with Wisconsin Dairy Farmer Ed Janus

Author of “Creating Dairyland”

Even if I wasn’t in love with Wisconsin cheese, I’d still be intrigued by Ed Janus’s history. His grandfather owned one of the most famous (and Jewish) restaurants in St. Louis a century ago, he worked with Martin Luther King, Jr. back in the 60s, he’s reported for NPR, and he has had a decades-long love affair with Wisconsin dairying. I had the chance to ask him a few questions about his very colorful past and the great future of cheese in America’s Dairyland.

So, you didn’t grow up in dairy farming?

I was born in Washington, D.C. in a Jewish family that had moved there from Chicago.
Read the full interview here