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Hoosier Momma

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Erin Edds Gets Back in the Mix

Edds is channeling her entrepreneurial spirit into a new business and embracing her identity as an underdog—take it from the name of her new restaurant and catering company, Dark Horse Delicatessen.

Popcorn with kale chips and fried Brussels sprouts at Tinker Street.
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Eat Sheet: Tinker Street, Hoosier Momma, and More

Peter George’s new restaurant opens, and Erin Edds leaves Hoosier Momma.

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Local Notables Paint the Town Yellow for Lemonade Day

“There is no doubt in my mind that we’ll be hearing about these kids down the road,” Jones said, “doing extraordinary things in our community and beyond.”

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Show Your Hoosier Pride

Dickinson Custom Furniture & Kitchenware Indiana cutting board$56. Homespun: Modern Handmade 869 Massachusetts Ave., 317-351-0280, Kurt Vonnegut finger puppet$6. Kurt Vonnegut Library Gift Store 340 N. Senate Ave., 652-1954, Hoosier Momma Bloody Mary Maker$5.99 to $9.99. Sold at Marsh, Meijer, Kroger, and other locations, Studio Indiana fine-art photography books and prints $22 and […]

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Inside Track: Hoosier Momma Bloody Marys at IMS

The weather folks are forecasting sweltering temps throughout race weekend, with predictions of highs in the mid to upper 90s on Sunday. Sadly, you won’t be cooling off with a Bloody Mary from Indy-based Hoosier Momma—unless you’re lucky enough to land in the cushy confines of an IMS suite.

Hail Mary, Indianapolis Monthly, December 2011
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Hail Mary: Hoosier Momma

Erin Edds always was a fan of the Bloody Mary, but she could never find one worth her while. When an event planner asked her to submit an Indy-centric pro-duct for some Super Bowl suite baskets in 2010, Edds, then co-owner of local gourmet packaged-goods company Country Mouse City Mouse, took the opportunity to fill the void. “If I could make a Bloody Mary that I loved,” she says, “I’d guarantee other people would love it, too.”