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Victoria Amory & Co.

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Greenwich, Connecticut

It all started when my husband and I moved from a tiny apartment in Manhattan to a cottage in Florida where there was......

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Red Chili Piri Piri

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Quick lesson in etymology: the term piri piri originated in Swahili culture, meaning “pepper pepper”. Why double up? Because this stuff is seriously spicy! Incorporated into Portuguese culture, the recipe has largely remained the same, with occasional regional tweaks. Victoria Amory's take on the hot marinade uses the chile de arbol, a moderately spicy pepper, so you can taste the roasted red peppers, brown sugar, and lemon juice that help to bring all those bold spices together. We’re using this to season grilled fish, swiping it onto sliders, and even using it as a swap-in for ketchup on garlic fries!

Roasted Red Peppers, Lemon Juice, Brown Sugar, Tomato Paste, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Ginger, Champagne Vinegar, Garlic, Chile de Arbol Pepper, Salt, Spice, Citric Acid

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Red Chili Piri Piri

Quick lesson in etymology: the term piri piri originated in Swahili culture, meaning “pepper pepper”. Why double up? Because this stuff is seriously spicy! Incorporated into Portuguese culture, the recipe has largely remained the same, with occasional regional tweaks. Victoria Amory's take on the hot marinade uses the chile de arbol, a moderately spicy pepper, so you can taste the roasted red peppers, brown sugar, and lemon juice that help to bring all those bold spices together. We’re using this to season grilled fish, swiping it onto sliders, and even using it as a swap-in for ketchup on garlic fries!

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