Hi all, in response to email requests, I started to post some of my cooking tips. I will post new ones at a rate of two a month, so I don’t overload your email. Salt Girl email@example.com
Salts, Spices and Recipes Based On The Food You Love.
There are some secrets to baking a successful soufflé: Soufflés are made from an egg yolk-based custard that is lightened with beaten egg whites. This mixture bakes up into a light airy creation that makes an impressive dessert or savvory dish. The following guidelines help […]
Well, January came in with a surprise for Savanah Georgia. We had 4” of snow on the lawn on the 3rd. So, not only we were not prepared for it, but the City and State were not prepared.
As Don would say, “we hunkered down”. Our puppy, to my surprise, loved the snow, however, he did not like the 20-degree weather. I made chili and it was a wonderful way to keep warm over the last days. We also made soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. Many of the children in our neighborhood made snowmen.
Next week, the forecast is for some precipitation but the temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s. Looking forward to warmer weather and more comfort foods.
I also created a menu bar link to my diary archives to make it easier to you to track our progress.
I will keep you posted on the events.
There is a lot of discussion about truffle oil and how to use it effectively. My proprietary blended oil is a special blend of black truffle extract and truffle essence to create it’s exquisite flavor. I thought I would share some of my favorite ways […]
I’ve received several emails about using sea salt and the concern about not having enough iodine in their diet. So, I did some research and found that according to the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Dietary Supplements, studies tests have shown that most Americans […]
It seems that every week I hear alarming news about the quality of fish on our plates. A recent audit game the FDA a failing grade on their monitoring and inspection processes. Genetically modified salmon is in our supermarket shelves, even as a recent study […]
Most of us have many spices in our kitchen and use them as flavor aids. Something I try to keep in mind are the health benefits and when appropriate I introduce them to dishes. Here are some examples: Garlic: Eating garlic regularly is not only […]
Sea Salt vs. Table Salt So, are there any benefits to switching from iodized table salt to sea salt? Well, aside from the superior taste Sea Salt, there happens to also be several additional reasons to make the switch, When I did some research the […]