The Bronx has its own sauce, after borough bred chef teams with landlords and nonprofit
The Bronx has its own sauce, after borough bred chef teams with landlords and nonprofit
Chef King Phojanakong with freshly picked serrano peppers, grown in the Bronx, that he uses for his Bronx Hot Sauce.

The Bronx is burning — with flavor!

A spicy sauce that bears the borough’s name and features local serrano peppers is now for sale at $8 a pop in farmers’ markets citywide.

“You can put it on eggs in the morning, you can cook it with pork,” said King Phojanakong, the borough-born chef who teamed up with nonprofit group GrowNYC and Bronx landlords to release The Bronx Hot Sauce.

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