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5 Ways to Enjoy: Achaar from Brooklyn Delhi

All about achaar (and Brooklyn Delhi, too, for that matter!) Achaar (uh-char) is a South Asian relish condiment. It’s often referred to as an Indian pickle or South Asian pickle, but as Chitra Agarwal, founder of Brooklyn Delhi and author of Vibrant India, explains, “it has nothing to do with the flavor of dill pickles […]

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Announcing Our Newest Zingerman’s Stewardship Council Member

We’re governing with grace… and Grace (Grace Singleton, that is!) “Is Zingerman’s still run by its founders?” you ask. That’s a great question. We’ll answer with a tale, both old and new (just like our pickles!). What began with the Delicatessen, founded in 1982 by Paul Saginaw and Ari Weinzweig, now includes 11 food and […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy: Tunisian Preserved Lemons

5 Ways to Enjoy: Tunisian Preserved Lemons What are preserved lemons? At the risk of getting a (well-deserved) eye-roll, they are exactly what they sound like—lemons that have been preserved. This salt-cured citrus is commonly used in North African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian cuisines. Originally, they would have been preserved to last well beyond […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy: Wild Fennel Pollen

5 Ways to Enjoy: Wild Fennel Pollen   Pollen So Good You’d Befriend a Bee to Get More Fennel pollen is that special, though luckily there’s no need to pal around with pollinators to try it, you can buy it by the jar! It’s one of my favorites to reach for in my spice drawer, […]

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