Introducing: Sweet Cheeks

It's the song of the summer. With candied organic walnuts (a la honey walnut prawns) and organic guajillo and mojo chiles, it's the ice cream topping you never saw coming. Or maybe you did see it coming and just didn't think it'd be this adorable.

Jars of this limited seasonal chili crisp ship out to all our club members mid-June.

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Welcome to our house of sauce.

Big Spoon Sauce Co. is a husband-and-wife operation based in the coastal redwoods of Sonoma County, California. This chili crisp project was born from an obsession with Sichuan flavors, and has since grown into a celebration of both Chinese and California cuisines.

Big Spoon uses ingredients that are locally sourced when available, and our inspirations are always global in nature. Every Big Spoon sauce is vegan, gluten-free, and downright badass.

We recommend enjoying our products with eggs, sandwiches, noodles, tacos, dumplings, pizza, burritos, avocado toast, soups, marinades, friends, foes, neighbors, strangers, or simply spooning straight to face.

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Already obsessed?

Same. Join Club Big Spoon and get a big (discounted!) box of classic and seasonal flavors 4x/year, shipped straight to your door.

*Club Big Spoon requires a commitment of 1 year, or 4 seasonal shipments.*

Three Club Big Spoon membership options

What is chili crisp?

Chili crisp is a crunchy, crispy, tingly, spice-loaded flavor companion to foods of all kinds. It has roots in Sichuan cuisine but is universally delicious on any dish.

Lani and Nate developed their recipe over years of feedback from friends, family, and enthusiastic strangers. When they made their first batch, they didn’t think it would grow up to have its own website, but here we are! Thank you for being part of the Big Spoon fam.

From the Press Democrat: Occidental couple’s recipe for chili crisp sauce has a devoted fan base

"For those unfamiliar with chili crisp, a few whiffs of Bender frying shallots while Chan pours a complex blend of spices into a large bowl, readying it for a rendezvous with the sizzling-hot shallot oil, will entice you to make Big Spoon Sauce Co.’s acquaintance." -- Jennifer Graue, January 2023

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