Posts Tagged ‘salt’

Raw Radish Chips

Friday, July 20th, 2012
Raw Radish Chips with Kilauea Black Sea Salt

Raw Radish Chips with Kilauea Black Sea Salt

Raw Radish Chips

These Raw Radish Chips area a quick, easy, healthy, and colorful snack.  Using finishing sea salts enhances the color and provides additional minerals.  Easter Egg radishes are very pretty, providing a variety of colors – pinks, purples, reds, and whites.
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Malt Vinegar Sea Salt

Monday, July 9th, 2012
Malt Vinegar Sea Salt

Malt Vinegar Sea Salt

Malt Vinegar Sea Salt

For Christmas I received a bottle of William-Sonoma’s Malt Vinegar Sea Salt. (more…)

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Finishing Salts

Monday, April 23rd, 2012
Finishing Salts

Finishing Salts

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Finishing Salts

You may have heard me mention finishing salts in previous posts.  Finishing salts are often coarser than normal table/baking salt and are high-end sea salts harvested from various places and seas in the world.  Salts from different places have different characteristics, since environmental factors play a big role in the mineral composition and final taste.  (more…)

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Tuesday Tip – Sprinkle Salt from Above

Tuesday, August 30th, 2011
Pink Sea Salt

Pink Sea Salt

Tuesday Tip – Sprinkle Salt from Above

When seasoning food with salt, (more…)

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Salt and Sugar Pickles

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
Salt and Sugar Pickle

Salt and Sugar Pickle

I found this recipe in David Chang’s Momofuku cookbook and it is now a regular go-to recipe for me.  It’s quick and easy.  Great for a snack, side, or garnish.  You can pickle a variety of different vegetables with this recipe too.  I’ve also combined salt and sugar pickled cucumbers and radishes in a single dish.  A friend mentioned her mom would make a similar pickled salad dish of cucumber, daikon, and carrot at the beginning of the week and they would eat it all week.  A salad that actually gets better with age.
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