A Zingerman's Education: Exclusive Student Care Packages
Serious Eats and our favorite food mail-order source, Zingerman's, have teamed up to put together three seriously delicious student care packages, and we'd like you to help us design the fourth—what we're calling the Senior Package.
Go to Zingermans.com, check out the array of available items, and comment on this post with the one thing you think every senior or would-be senior absolutely has to eat—or design an entire package. We'll choose the most popular Zingerman's eats from your comments to be a part of the exclusive-to-Serious Eats Senior Package, and a $25 Zingerman's gift card for the best package idea overall.
These packages are exclusively designed for Serious Eats readers, and I can personally vouch for the inherent deliciousness in every item in each care package. These make a thoughtful present as midterms approach. Let's face it, if your kid is like mine, they are in constant need of nourishment or sustenance at school, and these packages will guarantee they'll have something delicious to eat any time.
And in case you're a strictly-by-the-book parent, I think it's OK to send a freshman the Junior Package.
Serious Eats' Student Care Packages
The Sophomore, $50
Zingerman's famous Farm Bread, Jeff Koeze's unbeatable Cream-Nut Peanut Butter, American Spoon Strawberry Jam, Australian Ginger Jump-up Cookie, rich Currant Scone, and a gooey, dreamy Buenos Aires Dulce de Leche Brownie. Gift-boxed. Order now »
The Junior, $75
Zingerman's cult favorite Peppered Bacon Farm Bread, Homemade Zingerman's Granola, Spanish Tinned Tuna, Vosges La Parisienne Hot Cocoa, One-Year-Aged Grafton Cheddar and a Sea-Salt-Topped Hazelnut Blondie. Gift-boxed. Order now »
Currently being designed by you! We'll choose the most popular Zingerman's eats from your comments to be a part of the exclusive-to-Serious Eats Senior Package, and a $25 Zingerman's gift card for the best package idea overall. What's the one thing you think every senior or would-be senior absolutely has to eat from zingermans.com?