[Sca-cooks] Long Pepper Bacon
kiridono at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 08:48:18 PDT 2007
My brother-in-law sent us a gift package a couple of years ago that
contained some of the best scones I've ever put in my mouth!! So, at least
with baked goods, they do good work. Yes, I agree that they've got some bad
information about peppers...saw the same thing myself. But I did go to that
other site, bigtreebali.com, and found that they also sell long pepper...and
at a lower price, it would appear!
On 3/15/07, Susan Fox <selene at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Yeah, but, yeah, but... Oh heck, I'm NYC born and Los Angeles raised,
> who's going to convince me that a deli in Mishugginah Michigan is Teh
> Best In Teh World?
> Besides, I followed their link about Long Pepper and they claim that
> Long Pepper is also known as Cubebs. BZZZT! Thanks for playing! I
> wrote them some email, don't expect an answer but they could surprise me.
> The bacon does sound good though.
> Johnna Holloway wrote:
> > Zingermans is celebrating their 25th anniversary this week.
> > Their breads are featured in the latest House and Garden.
> > They are the quintessential Ann Arbor institution. The mail
> > order alone is a 30 million dollar business now. They have moved into
> > wedding and also event planning. I think I mentioned
> > that they were selling the long pepper and grains of paradise back in
> > of 2005. The co-owner was one of the keynote speakers at the
> > Symposium on American Culinary History.
> > http://www.clements.umich.edu/culinary/index.html
> > I've looked the producer of their long pepper up before. It turns out
> > the company also has a website--
> > http://www.bigtreebali.com/pepper.html
> > Johnnae
> > Susan Fox wrote:
> >> Everything old is new again...
> >> A filker friend was rhapsodizing about his favorite deli in Ann Arbor
> >> I had to look at the website. On the front page today was an item
> >> how "Long pepper was a favored spice during the Roman empire and
> >> American colonial cooking, where it probably found its way next to
> >> bacon, too, so it makes sense." They ship, maybe I'll get some.
> >> http://www.zingermans.com/Index.pasp
> >> [Oh, and the song is here:
> >> http://filkertom-itom.blogspot.com/2007/03/031-contessa.html]
> >> Selene
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