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Fishwife and Fly by Jing Join Forces

Sure, you could possibly toss sizzling smoked salmon with Chinese language chile crisp your self. However Becca Millstein, a founding father of the home tinned seafood firm Fishwife, and Jing Gao, the proprietor of the Chinese language condiments and dumpling firm Fly by Jing, joined forces to make this successful mixture for you. They share workplace house, so a collaboration got here naturally. Their new smoked salmon fillets canned with Sichuan chile crisp are correctly piquant; serve tossed with scallions and blanched snow peas, or over rice or noodles, amongst different choices.

Smoked Salmon With Sichuan Chili Crisp, $39 for 3 3.2-ounce cans, flybyjing.com, eatfishwife.com.

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