Category: himalayan salt blocks

Himalayan Salt Block Cooking & Black Rice Risotto – Sonoran Living Live – October 21, 2013

It was again our pleasure to provide a salt-centric meal in advance of our Salt Smitten dinner event! We present Salt Block’d Scallops, Salt Block’d Peaches and Forbidden Rice Risotto in three short segments. Part 1 (Tip:  Risotto requires constant stirring.  This risotto was completed… Continue reading

go lb. salt featured in – go gilbert! (June 2013)

Many thanks to Susan Lanier-Graham for a this piece! (for full-sized .pdf excerpt click here: go gilbert! – june 2013)  (for complete online magazine click here:  

Cooking with Saltware™ – Chicken Kabobs (flame out!)

Kabobs of all types whether a mix of proteins and veggies or all veggies are perhaps one of the most traditional fares found at cookouts around the world.  From tailgate parties to Korean BBQ steakhouses, if you don’t have a typical gas or charcoal grill… Continue reading

Himalayan Pink Sea Salt: Is it really better?

Over the better part of the last 5 years there has been an absolute mob mentality when it comes to Himalayan Pink sea salt.  Granted, it’s great for some uses like the Saltware™ shown above that we are highlighting in our Cooking With Saltware™ Series. Unfortunately,… Continue reading

Cooking with Saltware™ – Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

(video via  Chicken is one of the most commonly cooked dinner proteins and chicken recipes are most sought in web searches.  It’s rare to see new and unique approaches to a simple chicken dinner without making the entire process overly complex. Two weeks ago… Continue reading

Himalayan Salt Blocks – Cooking with Saltware™

  It has recently come to our attention that this blog has failed to address an entire genre of salt use. We intend to correct that error, starting today! We are well aware of the concept of “salting your food”. But what about the idea… Continue reading

Oven Baked Brie & Bread (w/ fruit preserves)

  Dairy by definition includes the harvest of animal milk from not only cows, but also goats, sheep, buffalo, camels and horses for consumption by humans. So, you don’t need to have cows to have a dairy, but you do need some sort of animal… Continue reading