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Supplier Spotlight: Fix Hot Sauce

Although Fix Hot Sauce is based in Seattle, Washington, their journey to create the world's best hot sauce began with their travels in Vietnam. There they tasted the purest of what Southeast Asia had to offer- fresh ingredients and nothing processed- and decided to bottle it up as a hot sauce for all to enjoy. Their adventure is just beginning, but their future is looking spicy.

Supplier Spotlight: Veteran's Funny Farm

Jeffrey Whaley is Vietman veteran and PTSD counselor who recently retired and picked up agriculture for the first time in October of 2016. As it turns out, he's pretty good at it- his hoophouse was so abundant in kale and collards by January that he began to reach out so that he can share with others, and that's when he found PeachDish.

PeachDish Team Field Trip: Jody's Farms!

We love what we do at PeachDish, whether we're hard at work in the warehouse packing boxes, making deliveries, scrolling through emails, making calls or powering through meetings. But, every so often, we like to make it a priority to take a step back, go outside, and enjoy each other's company outside of the normal weekday grind. Once a month, we take a field trip to visit our suppliers, to experience what a normal workday involves through the eyes of the growers and artisans who provide the ingredients for PeachDish meal kits.

Coming Clean about Clean Eating

Squeaky Clean. Clean as a whistle. Making a clean cut and a clean getaway. Coming clean. The word clean conjures up a streamlined approach to cutting through the clutter, telling the truth, as well as simplifying and often sanitizing life. Clean eating has joined the contemporary nomenclature to describe healthier, more nutritious food choices. Perhaps meaning that a food product has fewer total ingredients, all natural ingredients and all the information you need to know where your food is coming from is revealed. Clean infers transparency.

Beer Pairings for the Week of March 27th, 2017

Wheat beer and Asian inspired dishes are one of our favorite pairings. The wheat beer is a wonderful conveyance for flavors ranging from lemongrass to blueberry. The sweet wheat malt base is complementary to a wide range of flavors. For this dish of lettuce cups, we suggest a fruit-flavored wheat beer that will pair nicely with the sweetness in the sauce.

Wine Pairings for the Week of March 27th, 2017

Alsace Pinot Gris – Alsace is the go-to place for white wines that combine body and texture with minerality and acidity. These are all the things your palate will crave when combining spicy beef, crisp spring lettuces, and Asian inspired sweet and spicy sauce. Alsatian Pinot Gris has stone fruit, honeysuckle, cinnamon and hints of ginger that keep complexity high and pairing for this dish a no brainer.

Beer Pairings for the Week of March 20th, 2017

Beer and fish-- if it’s battered that is a no brainer, but if it isn't how do you match a beer to a flaky fish which is just screaming for an acidic white wine? When it comes to fish, you need a beer with lots of fruit and a little hop bite, which brings us to our favorite beer to pair with fish. The farmhouse ale brings the sweet of wheat along with a nice dose of hop bitterness. For this dish of salmon, rice, and celery we suggest a farmhouse ale as the perfect accompaniment.