Some Helpful Links We Think You'll Like....
New to finishing salts? Want a better idea on all the great ways salt can be used? Read On:
The Portsmouth Salt Cellar on TV!
SeeCellar up close and personal on NH Chronicle (WMUR TV 9).
Sweet + Salty Recipe
Here is a delightful recipe for Salted Caramel Chocolate Fudge Cake that recommends a liberal finish of Fleur de Sel. Many thanks to our friends at blog site Sweetapolita. A bit long but worth it! Click here for the link.
What bloggers are blogging about the Salt Cellar
Portsmouth's The Green Monkey restaurant is getting interested in exploring our finishing salts! Follow restaurant owner Deb Weeks blog here: http://thegreenmonkey.net/portsmouth-salt-cellar/
Salt Sommeliers: a Hot New Trend (From Maldives Traveller)
We know all about salt and how important it is, but when you mention a salt sommelier to someone what you probably get are blank stares or raised eyebrows. This is because salt sommeliers are an extremely rare new breed. Read more about the new trend of Salt Sommeliers
The New Salt: Worth Its Weight (By Florida Travel Journalist Chelle Koster Walton)
The slim, dimpled, white platter held six different varieties of salt: vintage merlot, espresso, chipotle, truffle, Spanish rosemary, and garlic.
Each, applied by the pinch to my bransino Mediterranean fish, popped a new taste sensation at Sea Salt restaurant in Naples. Read more about finishing salts
Don't Hold the Salt: Attempts to Curb Sodium Intake Are Misguided (The Atlantic)
The government and specifically the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have been mulling over legislation that would regulate the amount of salt used and served by restaurants, following a recommendation by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) in 2010. Now, being a physician and being against sodium reduction is like being a member of PETA and entering the Nathan's hot dog eating contest-and winning. It is generally frowned upon. Read the whole article at The Atlantic