Cool Down With Sichuan Spice
🌶 we've got hot deals to help with that 🌶
Just because it's summer doesn't mean you should turn down the spice in your food. It's quite the contrary in hot and humid Sichuan, where chili peppers and Sichuan peppers are embraced in summer for their ability to make you sweat, which in turn cools you down.
Even if sweating is not your preferred way to cool down, we can all agree that cold or room-temperature dishes are a great way to beat the heat. And we can also agree that dishes without the char of a grill or breath of a wok can use a flavor boost in the form of spices.
So today we are highlighting four temperature-cool but spicy-hot dishes (plus variations on each of those recipes), along with a sizzling summer sale on products to get you started.
Wishing you cool but hot summer nights,
🌶Taylor & Fong Chong 🌶
P.S.: We are beyond excited that our first shipment of premium aged Pixian chili bean paste has arrived at the NY port and is on its way to us. This is the first completely handmade, 3-year-old doubanjiang ever to grace American shores. We'll let you know when you can get yours!