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Word spread, popularity grew, and in order to really bring their Loud Grandma chili crisp to the people, they started working with Pot d’Huile.

The flavor
Loud Grandma is not designed to be one of those blow-the-roof-off-your-mouth chili oils. The spice level is approachably hot, which is why it plays nicely with so many dishes. But it’s feisty: just take one look at the character on Loud Grandma’s jar, with a joint in her mouth and a no-nonsense look on her face. There’s a well-considered mix of chilis, and that unmistakable fruity flavor and numbing sensation (málà) from Szechuan peppercorn. (Oooh, tingles.) It’s savory, with notes of garlic and onion, and the Pot d’Huile extra-virgin olive oil adds a little herbal kick; plus some earthy savory funk from fermented black soybeans. Tomato paste also helps build even more layers of complexity, and then there’s the crunch (thanks to the chili flakes and roasted soybeans). Cue the chili symphony!

Meet the chef
Calvin Eng is a Cantonese chef born and raised in Brooklyn, NY— he was the former Chef De Cuisine at the industry favorite, Taiwanese-American restaurant, Win Son but is currently working on a Cantonese-American concept, Bonnie’s. Loud Grandma was born when he partnered up with fellow Brooklyn native and high-school bud, Ben Gabriel to fine-tune their own version of chili crisp, with a little something extra ; )

Chili crisp fans love to debate who makes their favorite version: each one offers ingredient variations and tweaks to a complex flavor profile—a combination of spice (but not too much), umami, a hint of sweetness, and numbing peppercorn—with a namesake satisfying crunch. Many chefs create their own version of a chili crisp, and if you’re chef Calvin Eng, you add that extra-special herb infusion: hemp CBD.

When Brooklyn meets booyah
There are hot sauces with legendary worldwide status, like Tabasco, Cholula, Frank’s Red Hot Sauce, sriracha, and all kinds of chili crisp, many of which you’ll see jars in restaurants (sometimes it’s just for the kitchen crew to use), the pantries of both home cooks and chefs, dorm rooms, and tucked into desk drawers at work.

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