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  • Update: Martha Stewart American Made Awards

    Thank you to everyone that voted for Brooklyn Delhi. I know that many of you came back to vote for us everyday and we really appreciate it! Although we were not one of the 9 American Made winners, the judges at Martha Stewart selected a few honorable mentions out of the pool of 3,000+ applicants and we were one of them! They chose us specifically in the category of Heritage for how Brooklyn Delhi is preserving Indian cooking traditions with local ingredients. They also invited us to be a special guest at the Martha Stewart American Made Summit, which is...

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  • Chile Pepper Festival, September 27th

    We'll be at the 22nd annual Chile Pepper Festival at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens on Saturday from 11-6. Come by to enjoy the gardens, listen to music and sample delicious chocolates and hot condiments from local makers.  Read more about the festival here.  

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  • Vote For Us: Martha Stewart American Made Awards

    We are super excited to announce that we were selected as a finalist in the Martha Stewart American Made Awards, out of thousands of makers across the country. From the pool of finalists, 10 Award Winners will be named: 9 by the judges and 1 by you! You can vote for us here up to six times each day until voting ends on October 13th. Also, the most active voters each week will be entered to win a prize package valued at $200. If we garner enough votes, we'll be awarded $10,000 to help us grow our business. Please vote for us and...

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  • Brooklyn Delhi Weds

    photo by Alana Lowe This month, Ben and I made it official and tied the knot in his home state of Wisconsin! To make our wedding extra special we served our friends and family all of our varieties of achaar and Ben designed a cute little tag that mixed both my Indian and his Norwegian heritage to go on each bottle. Our guests ate our achaars with Indian food, local Wisconsin cheeses and also a special Norwegian potato flatbread that Ben grew up eating called lefse.  Was very cool to share Brooklyn Delhi with those closest to us! photo by Athena Pelton

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  • We Love Gooseberries!

    Our friends at Wilklow Orchards grew the green gooseberries we made our gooseberry achaar with. If you haven't had an American gooseberry, you can most closely compare it to a sour grape. The red varieties are more sweet than the green ones. Usually, you may find gooseberries in sweet desserts like pies or tarts.  In India, you will find gooseberry varieties that are harder on the outside with a little seed in them. They are referred to as 'amla' in Hindi and are often used in medicines or digestives because they are super healthy. Our gooseberry achaar maintains much of the...

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  • We're On The Menu!

    You can now order dishes with our achaars on the menu in Brooklyn.  61 Local in Cobble Hill is serving up Delhi-devil Eggs made with our roasted garlic achaar. You can head over to Greene Grape Provisions to order either their roasted chicken or a veggie sandwich featuring our seasonal rhubarb ginger achaar. And from time to time, we pop up on the sandwich specials at Depanneur in Williamsburg like this one made with spicy tomato achaar goat cheese spread, arugula, red onion, tomatoes and crunchy potato chips on a panini. Follow our Instagram to know when the next special...

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