Category: Bolivian Rose

go lb. salt featured in – 202 Magazine (August 2013)

The following is the article as it appeared in the August 2013 issue of 202 Magazine. (Links will be made available once the issue appears online.)    

Fajitas – Sonoran Living Live – July 31, 2013

It was again our pleasure to share three, five-minute segments with the ABC 15 viewing audience on the morning of Friday, July 31, 2013.  Below are each of the clips in order exactly as they appeared.  The recipes are also included below! Part 1 (Why skirt… Continue reading

Brining (How To: Chicken) – Give Your Meat a Salty Wet Kiss!

  Brining. It’s used to make pickles, olives, giardiniera, sauerkraut and a whole host of other delicious foodstuffs. But today we’re going to discuss the benefits of brining your proteins, specifically chicken. (and we show you how easy it is in the video above) We’ve… Continue reading

Gluten-free Cheesecake Recipe

  I have a friend who claims that all good things originally came from the Greeks. He also says something similar about New York City being the center of the known universe. (ok, that part about NYC may be a bit of an embellishment, but… Continue reading

Backyard BBQ – Simple. Easy.

  Just a few weeks from now summer will be in full swing again.  The grills are already coming out, tongs are being dusted off.  Beer fridges are being…who are we kidding, beer fridges are ALWAYS stocked. Putting together the guest list and the menu… Continue reading

Thinking about – National Food Month

  Really? We need a month to celebrate food?  Says who? And why? (maybe it started out as someone’s not so brilliant April Fool’s joke…and then the idea stuck?) Oh, and it’s also Gardening Month.  Good to know.  NOW I’ll go out and get my… Continue reading

Eggs Bene Bites & SuperAwesome Superbowl Sliders #2

  What do you do with 40 quail eggs? Before we answer that question (as though the picture or the title doesn’t already give you a big enough clue), perhaps we should explain how we came to be in possession of 40 quail eggs. A… Continue reading

Bolivian Rose

  In the south of Bolivia, high in the Andes Mountains lies an ancient deposit of sea salt that lay preserved and protected from pollution beneath a millennium’s old lava flow. It’s harvested (mined) by hand, away from the fumes associated with gasoline and diesel… Continue reading