How to Freshen Up Yourself, Your Home, and Your Pallet for Spring

How to Freshen Up Yourself, Your Home, and Your Pallet for Spring

Spring is a time for change and renewal no matter where you live. It’s when we clean, refresh, and get ready for the warmer weather ahead. We’ve put together some tips to help you freshen your body and your home after a long, cold winter. We’ve also included a spring recipe that just might inspire you to try something new in this special season. Spring brings a sense of fresh beginnings, so try some of our simple ideas and celebrate the season!

Rejuvenate Your Body

Start with a good exfoliating salt scrub from our Bath & Spa collection. While moisturizing lotions and body butters help combat dry skin, starting with an exfoliating scrub to slough off dead skin cells first will hasten the process and improve the overall results. Our energizing Lemongrass Salt Scrub is a great way to awaken your skin and start your day. Once the dead cells are gone, your skin will be ready to soak in the moisture of your favorite lotion. Use salt scrub for an at-home pedicure. Soak your feet in a small tub of warm water for a few minutes. Scrub with Kiwi Mango Energizing Salt Scrub, and pat dry. Keep a jar of Peach & Honey Scrub next to your kitchen and bathroom sinks for a quick scrub when you wash your hands. The salt is a natural antibacterial, and leaves your skin much softer than harsh liquid soaps. For the ultimate spring renewal, consider a trip to the Salt Vault in our Portland Maine location. Salt therapy offers a natural approach to wellness for people seeking drug-free relief from asthma, allergies pollution and numerous other conditions that keep them from breathing freely. Salt therapy is also used for relief from psoriasis, eczema and acne, or simply to enjoy the deep relaxation and health achieved during salt room sessions.

Freshen Up Your Home

Small changes can easily freshen up any space. Clear the clutter off of your nightstand or small entryway table. Add a Himalayan salt lamp for an instantly fresh look. Cleaning off the kitchen counters can also pay big dividends for little effort. Toss that tired old wooden cutting board and replace it with a fresh Salt Block. Unlike wooden cutting boards, salt is antimicrobial. It enhances the flavor of your food, adds a stylish touch to your countertop, and can also be used as an impressive display to serve appetizers to your guests at your next spring celebration. If you're stuck in a rut and always buy the same soap, switch it up and try one of our Dead Sea Soaps. They are naturally rich in minerals and trace elements from the Dead Sea. Place a few bars in a basket in your guest bathroom, and create a bed & breakfast atmosphere your guests will love.

Rev Up Your Palate With the Flavors of Spring

Let colorful spring vegetables inspire you with a trip to the local farmer’s market. Try this quick and easy asparagus recipe using any of our gourmet flavored sea salts to get out of the heavy winter food doldrums and into the flavors of spring. We roasted Asparagus and used Arctic Thyme Sea Salt for an earthy-spring flavor. Asparagus are rich in glutathione, which is a detoxifying compound that helps break down carcinogens and other harmful compounds like free radicals. That’s why eating asparagus may help protect against and fight certain forms of cancer, and is a great spring detox vegetable.
  • Roasted Asparagus • Prep time: 6 minutes • Cook time: 12 minutes • Yield: Serves 4
  • Ingredients • 1 lb asparagus spears (thick spears are best for roasting) • 1-2 Tbsp olive oil • 2 cloves garlic, minced • Salt Cellar Arctic Thyme Sea Salt • Freshly grated black pepper • Lemon juice
Preheat your oven to 400°F. Rinse the asparagus spears. If the ends are tough, break them off. Place Asparagus on roasting pan lined with foil. Drizzle with olive oil, pepper, and garlic. Roast in oven for approximately 10 minutes, until the asparagus are just lightly browned and tender when pierced with a fork. Drizzle with lemon juice, and sprinkle with Arctic Thyme Sea Salt or Sea Salt of your choice.
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Gift Baskets Your Loved Ones Will Use

It happens every year… You fill Easter baskets for your loved ones with whatever you find at the grocery store; candy, a wind-up chick, nothing they need or want. A few days later where does it end up? You bring the candy to the office and put it on the counter with a sign “Help Yourself” or you stash it in a kitchen drawer and forget about it until Halloween. If this sounds familiar, take a look at these fun and thoughtful basket ideas that are perfect for Easter, spring birthdays, and impressive hostess gifts for the first celebration of spring. Tuck in a gift card and let the recipient be inspired.

Gourmet Style

Create a kitchen-themed basket for the food connoisseur in your life. Start with a Himalayan Salt Block to set the stage for your upscale kitchen theme. Serving and cooking food on a solid Himalayan salt block is a great way to improve the taste of food while providing an impressive presentation. Our blocks are carved from a single salt rock and come in three sizes. Next, tuck in a set of three gourmet sea salts. We’ve taken the guess work out, and combined three great salts like our Taste of Tuscany trio for mushroom lovers. This set includes Trapani, Italian Black Truffle, and Italian White Truffle. Your gourmet chef will have fun creating and trying these exceptional salts on meat, poultry, and even pasta. A pair of Himalayan shot glasses add an impressive, elegant touch. Carved from 100% authentic Himalayan sea salt, these unique shot glasses will be the talk of the party. Add your favorite tequila and let the party begin.

Beginner’s Luck

If your goal is to encourage an aspiring cook, you are on the right track with a salt-themed basket. Begin with a salting cube, a simple way to add great Himalayan salt flavor to pasta water, stew, soup and chili. Simply hold the rope, dip the ‘cube’ into the pot, drag in circle for about 30 seconds. Flash rinse to clean. Fantastic flavor and fun to use! Include a copy of your favorite soup recipe and success is in the next pot. A staple in any well-stocked kitchen is our glass Himalayan Grinder. It looks great on the table and the grinder mechanism is made of rugged ceramic, which keeps salt fresh even in the most humid conditions. It comes pre-filled, and includes an 8oz refill of Himalayan salt, so your budding chef will not have to worry about running out. Top of your gift basket with our ever-popular Southern Comfort salt set. The smoky flavors of Hickory Smoked, Applewood Smoked, and Extra Bold Smoked sea salts make this ideal for even a beginner to earn that blue star rating. Use for rubs, on meat, chicken, fish, and more.

Birthday Bath & Spa Basket

A sweet little basket filled moisturizing spa products is the perfect way to celebrate the spring birthday of someone you love. Ditch the eggs and the candy, and fill a colorful basket with Cellar Spa products such as our Energizing Peach & Honey Salt Scrub All of our scrubs exfoliate the top layer of dead skin cells, encourage circulation, and rejuvenate the skin for a fresh, spring glow. Add a jar of our Mango Body Butter. Its combination of Shea Butter, Dead Sea minerals, and natural oils soften and revitalize the skin.It is rich in vitamins A and E, is ideal for treating dry skin, cracked elbows and knees, scars, and dermatitis. For a real spa-like treat, a jar of Salt Cellar Spa Black Mud Body Wrap is just the thing. Ours features the uniquely relaxing and healing powers of black mud from the Dead Sea, and is excellent for cleaning and revitalizing the skin, alleviating tension, and relaxing sore muscles.
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Quick and Easy Kale Chips with Sea Salt

Quick and Easy Kale Chips with Sea Salt

Quick and Easy Kale Chips with Sea Salt

Kale chips can be a great snack, appetizer, or side dish. If you’re looking to spice up your ordinary kale recipe, try adding any of our gourmet sea salts! Our favorite sea salts to pair with kale include our Habanero Hot Sea Salt, the Jalapeno Pepper Sea Salt, Lime Citrus Sea Salt and our Roasted Garlic Sea Salt.

Ingredients:

  • 1 bunch of kale
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon gourmet sea salt of your choice

Directions:

Chop your kale into desired chip sizes, and place onto the baking sheet. Then, sprinkle with olive oil and some of our finishing salts. Mix it up before placing it into the oven at 350 degrees. Bake until crunchy, sprinkle some more flavored sea salt, serve, and enjoy!

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How to Use Your Salt Block

How to Use Your Salt Block

This video will show you ideas for serving hot and cold food on your salt block and will show you how easy it is to clean up!

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Chocolate Cookies with Sea Salt

Chocolate Cookies with Sea Salt

When you’re looking for a way to shake up your favorite cookie recipes, think outside of the cookie box. Add a twist to your favorite sweets with a bit of salty goodness. Try our chocolate cookie recipe below. We used a variety of our finishing salts and confectioners sugar to top these delicious treats. The crunchy texture and salty taste, combined with the creamy sweet-sugar make these a real winner. We’ve given you a few finishing salt pairing suggestions to get you started, but really, the sky is the limit.

Choose Your Salt

Espresso Salt

Many of our guests are drawn to our Espresso Finishing salt, but often ask “How would I use it?” Infused with coffee flavor, with a dark, rich aroma, and coarse, brown crystals, this finishing salt is a perfect accompaniment to chocolate or vanilla ice cream. Check out this earlier blog post for Espresso Salted Irish Coffee, or try it with our chocolate cookie recipe below.

Lemon Salt

Our Lemon Zest Salt will step up your game from bake sale baker to pastry chef-extraordinaire. Salt and lemon make a perfect flavor pair. We use fresh lemon intermingled with our premium sea salt, creating the ideal flavor combination. This salt with its massive pyramid shaped crystal really delivers a distinct lemon flavor.

Vanilla Bean Salt

Our Vanilla Bean Finishing Salt is made with genuine Tahitian Vanilla Beans, and is mixed with a delicate hand-harvested sea salt. The combination of salt and vanilla accentuates sweet desserts. This surprisingly tasty finishing salt gives a sweet/salty flavor and works well when topped on our chocolate cookies.

Sweet Tooth Salt Set

If you can’t decide which to try, we offer our Sweet Tooth Salt Set which comes with all three. Make your cookie dough and divide into three smaller batches. Try out all three and let the tasting begin!

Chocolate Cookies with Sea Salt

Ingredients
  • 1¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • ¼ cup cocoa powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon table salt
  • ½ cup white sugar
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup unsalted butter melted
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
  • Sea Salt Finishing Salts
  • Chopped Macadamia Nuts (Optional)
  • Confectioners Sugar for sprinkling (Optional)
Instructions
  • Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees. Line baking sheets with parchment paper or use silicone baking sheets
  • In a medium bowl, combine the flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and table salt with a whisk. Set aside
  • Using an electric mixer, cream together the white sugar, brown sugar and melted butter on high. Reduce the speed to low. Add the egg and vanilla and mix until combined
  • Slowly add the dry ingredients until just combined
  • Fold in the chocolate chips and nuts using a spatula
  • Roll dough in 2-inch balls and place several inches apart on the cookie sheet
  • Using your hand or the back of a spoon, gently press the top of each cookie dough ball until slightly flattened
  • Sprinkle the top of each cookie with a pinch of sea salt
  • Bake for 9-10 minutes
  • Cool on wire rack
  • Add a dusting of confectioners sugar
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Black & White Truffle Salt

Black & White Truffle Salt

If you’ve ever tasted truffles, you know they truly are something special. Their unique aroma and flavor deliver the taste of Tuscany in every bite of even the simplest of dishes. Truffles are one of the most expensive foods in the world, and will cost you somewhere in the range of $95 per ounce for black truffles and $168 per ounce for white truffles. This pricey delicacy is hand-harvested with the help of specially trained dogs, who forage the soil in the hills of the Tuscany region of Italy, where the climate is mild and the soil is rich in salt and minerals. A portion of the truffle is placed back into the ground to regenerate the crop. Once the delectable fungi are gathered, they are soon on their way to chefs and gourmet cooks around the world.

Black Truffle Salt

Our Black Truffle infused salt combines the distinct taste of black truffles with pure sea salt crystals. The aroma is like none other, with bits of Black Truffle mushrooms combined with extra fine sea salt.

White Truffle Salt

Our White Truffle finishing salt has a milder aroma and more subtle flavor than the Black Truffle salt. For truffle lovers, it offers a nice range when paired with our Italian Black Truffle salt. Both are great with pasta dishes, and also work well on seafood, meats, roasted vegetables, and popcorn.

Say No to Truffle Oil?

Why truffle salt, not oil? Truffle salt contains small pieces of truffles. There are no artificial ingredients, and the taste of real truffles is infused in the salt. Truffle oil, on the other hand, is often made with a combination of olive oil and a chemical compound known as 2,4-dithiapentane. New York Times food writer De Gustibus calls it "Hocus-Pocus" in this revealing article. Many chefs have banned truffle oil form their kitchens. “It's the only ingredient that I have never allowed in Clio. It all tastes synthetic, and the flavor is too artificial," said Boston Chef Ken Oringer, in an interview with seriouseats.com. And in a recent Tonight Show interview, Anthony Bourdain said of truffle oil: ’ Horrible, it’s not even food, it’s about as Edible as Astroglide and made from the same stuff’. We suggest sticking with salt for an all-natural addition to the dishes you prepare at home.

A Fan Favorite!

A recent reviewer commented “Love this salt...great in my guacamole! I have already recommended this to many others”. This fan inspired us to give it a try, and we think you’ll agree that our Truffle Guacamole delivers flavor and aroma beyond compare. We combined black and white truffle salt, but each stands nicely on its own as well.

Black & White Truffle Guacamole

Black & White Truffle Guacamole
  • 4 avocados
  • 1/2 red onion finely chopped
  • 1 bunch of cilantro, chopped and stems removed
  • 3 Serrano Peppers chopped (remove seeds for less heat)
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 2 Cloves Garlic, minced
  • Black and White Truffle Salt
  • Dash of Smoked Paprika (Optional)
Scoop avocados. Combine onion, cilantro, peppers, lime juice, and garlic. Add chopped avocados and mix with a fork, mashing the avocado as you mix. Spoon into serving bowl, and sprinkle truffle salt. Add a dash of smoked paprika if desired.

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How to Use Fleur de Sel Finishing Salt

How to Use Fleur de Sel Finishing Salt

Fleur de Sel is a classic French salt from the salt pans of Guerande, in western France. Learn about this unique salt and how to use it for a Mother’s Day breakfast that will bring a bit of Paris to your favorite mother’s special day.

Crystallized Paris

A quote from a Salt Cellar customer says it all: “This salt is your ticket to Paris if you've never been and a welcome reminder if you have. Rich and pure salt flavor, I add it to butter prior to serving with a baguette. Gives any dish a Parisian flare”.

Hand-Harvested

Literally translated as "flower of salt," Fleur de Sel is France’s best hand-harvested salt. Sea water is drawn into marsh basins or salt pans. Salt is left behind on the bottom of the pans when the water evaporates, but some of the salt crystals float to the surface of the water as it begins to evaporate, and forms a crust of crystals. The crystals look like flower pedals, and thus the sweet name. Since the crystals are delicate, they must be harvested by hand, using a wooden rake. The weather must be just right, sunny, dry and with slow, steady winds. All of these conditions make this a hand-crafted salt which can only be produced in small quantities.

Unique Texture

This classic, slightly moist salt will resist dissolving and renders a clean, crisp salty flavor to virtually any cuisine. It is best for sprinkling over your finished dish just before serving. Use it on salads, sandwiches, and desserts. Since this is a slightly wet salt, it is used only for finishing, and not for cooking.

Use a Salt Cellar for European Flair

Because it is slightly wet, this salt does not work well in a shaker. Instead, it can be served with a small wooden spoon directly from the jar, or for a more sophisticated style, try using a salt cellar. Salt cellars were used as far back as early Roman times. They continued to be used throughout Europe until about the middle of the 20th century, but usage began to decline when free-flowing table salt was introduced in 1911, and the salt shaker we know today took its place. On a recent trip to Hungary, Salt Cellar owners Don and Judit Tydeman visited a glass blowing factory. They were so impressed, they had custom swan and water lily salt cellars created. This is the perfect way to present your Fleur de Sel on any occasion.

Easy Parisian-style Breakfast

Steam or grill asparagus. Cook eggs as desired. Spread a layer of hummus on your serving plate. Add asparagus and eggs. Sprinkle with Fleur de Sel finishing salt. Serve with french rolls and butter sprinkled with Flour de Sel.

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Flake Sea Salt and Parsley French Fries

Flake Sea Salt and Parsley French Fries

From fast food to gourmet dining, fries are enjoyed the world over. Some claim they originated in Belgium where poor fishermen fried small fish along the river bank, and when the river froze in the winter, they fried potatoes instead. During World War 1, American soldiers discovered the fries, and brought the tasty treat back home. Now fries are served with everything from steak to sandwiches and everything in between. We tried a variation of the old classic, and used some fresh parsley to give them a bit of color and a flavorful twist. We then paired them with some of our favorite white sea salts for the perfect salty taste and crunch.

Flake Sea Salt

Cypress Flake Salt was an ideal choice. Our versatile Cyprus Flake Salt is known for its stark white color and unique pyramid shape, and can be used in a grinder or crushed with fingers to flavor any number of dishes. We also tried Icelandic Flake Salt. This crunchy, mineral-fresh sea salt is as white as Arctic snow. It’s a great addition to any dish where a crisp, salty finish is in order, and was perfect with our parsley fries.

Flake Sea Salt and Parsley Fries

Ingredients
  • 4 Russet Potatoes, Sliced into Fries
  • 4 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 4 teaspoons coarse Sea Salt of your choice
  • 2 Tablespoons freshly chopped Parsley
  • Dipping sauce
Directions Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Place the potatoes on a baking sheet and drizzle the olive oil. Bake for 20-30 minutes, flipping the fries every 8 minutes or so to brown on all sides. Mix the chopped parsley and sea salt, toss on fries and serve with your favorite dipping sauce. For quick and easy weeknight fries, use frozen french fries instead.

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How to Use Smoked Salt

How to Use Smoked Salt

You've heard about smoked finishing salts, but don’t know where to begin. Our tips, ideas and recipes will get you started and inspire you to create your own delicious smokey dishes.

Easy Weeknight Dinners

You can add a bit of smokey goodness to your standard dinner rotation. Sprinkle a bit of smoked salt on store-bought burgers or frozen pizza for a quick and easy mid-week dinner with flair. Use it on leftovers such as turkey and chicken to give your second-day meal a first-rate taste.

Great Choice with Fish

Alderwood finishing salt is a chef favorite and pairs especially well with salmon and other fish dishes. This Pacific sea salt is slow-smoked over real western red alderwood from the Pacific Northwest. We do not use powders, coloring, or liquid smoke. Our all-natural process produces a clean, potent flavor with no harsh aftertaste.

Meat and Fish Step-by-Step Guide

Check out our earlier blog post for step-by-step directions for preparing meats and fish using smoked finishing salts.

A Fan Favorite

Applewood is our most popular finishing salt. It is versatile, rich, and smokey, perfect for nearly any dish that needs that little something extra. This smoke-infused finishing salt will give some personality to bland turkey sandwiches, scrambled eggs, sausage, and pork dishes.

Portobello Mushroom Sammies

Try smoked salt on baked Portobello mushrooms for a delicious twist to this healthy lunch idea. Ingredients
  • 2 large portobello mushrooms sliced
  • 2 Tbsp. soy sauce
  • 1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar
  • ½ tsp. minced garlic
  • ½ Tbsp. olive oil
  • Tomato Slices
  • Swiss Cheese
  • Sandwich Rolls
  • Mayo or your favorite spread
  • Smoked Salt of your choice
To Make: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Mix soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and olive oil in a baking dish. Mix to create a marinade. Add mushrooms and spoon the sauce over to moisten them. Let sit for 15 minutes. Bake for 15 minutes. Remove and turn mushrooms over. Continue baking another 15 minutes. Remove and let sit for 5 minutes before serving. Create your sandwiches and finish with a sprinkle of smoked salt.
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Benefits of Himalayan Salt Lamps

Himalayan salt lamps add a warm, comforting glow to any room. The organic shapes and striated orange colors add to their calming effect, with a campfire-like glow. Factor in the health benefits, and you will want more than one for your home.

Clean the Air

The salt crystals are mined 5,000 feet below the foothills of the Himalayan Mountain Range and have been subjected to enormous pressure for hundreds of millions of years. They are over 99% pure ancient ocean salt and are ideal for use in creating negative ionization and air purification when gently warmed by a 15 watt light bulb. As the salt warms up, it attracts water molecules from the air and absorbs the molecules along with mold spores, pet dander, pollen and other pollutants in the air. While salt lamps emit just a small amount of negative ions, every little bit helps. Place one or two lamps in your room and select a spot close to electronics to maximize the all-natural air purification.

Sleep Well

Every light color affects the human brain in different ways. While blue wavelengths help increase reaction time as well as boost attention and mood during the day, research has found that exposure to blue light suppresses the production of melatonin more than any other type of light. Electronics with screens, as well as energy-efficient lighting, increases our exposure to blue wavelengths. Turn off the electronics and replace the nightlight with the warm glow of an orange salt lamp. Orange is known to promote a calming affect, and can ease you into a relaxed mood at the end of the day.

Naturally Beautiful

Himalayan Salt Lamps make a perfect gift for weddings and baby showers. While home styles range from historic to modern, and everything in-between, a salt lamp will fit with any decor. Choose a whimsical animal shape for a nursery, and a natural shape for a kitchen or living room and you will have a winning gift for any occasion.

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How to Make Deviled Eggs With Finishing Salts

How to Make Deviled Eggs With Finishing Salts

Deviled eggs have been a staple for brunch buffets, picnics, and family gathering for years. Add just the right finishing salt and you've got a new take on an old favorite. We tried several and loved them all. This easy deviled egg recipe will spark your creativity. Have fun… we sure did!

Add Your Finishing Touch With These Salts:

We used Arctic Thyme Finishing Salt for an interesting combination of taste and texture. The Arctic Thyme lends a bit of color, and an herbal flavor without being overpowering. The flakes of Icelandic salt add interest and a bit of crunch to the creamy egg. Sriracha and salt are two things that go great on anything. This sea salt is infused with the flavor of spicy sun-ripened chilies, the same chilies used to make the world-famous sauce. The red color of the salt adds a nice contrast to eggs, and the flavor adds just a bit of spicy zing. Try any smoked salt, but we recommend our Applewood Smoked Salt as it imparts a velvety, rich smoke that combines beautifully with the deviled egg. Hey, what's a devil without a little smoke? All-natural Black Truffle infused salt combines the distinct taste of black truffles with pure sea salt crystals to create a unique flavor. Bits of Black Truffle mushrooms combined with extra fine sea salt and garlic make this a perfect choice for deviled eggs gone-nouvelle. Make a dozen eggs (24 servings) and try a variety of finishing salts on the whole batch.

Deviled Eggs

  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 C Mayonaise or Mayo substitute
  • 1 tsp White Vinegar
  • 1 tsp French Djion Mustard
  • 1 tsp finely chopped shallots
  • 1 tsp chopped capers (optional)
  • Finish with your choice of our finishing salts
Place eggs in the bottom of a pan. Cover with cold water to an inch or two above the eggs. Bring to a boil. Cover, and remove from the heat. Let cool for at least 15 minutes. Peal eggs and cut in half. Place the cooked yokes in a bowl. Add the mayo, shallots, capers, vinegar, and mustard. mix well. scoop the mixture into a pastry bag or a ziplock bag with a hole cut into one corner. Squeeze the mixture into the egg whites, or just spoon the mixture into whites. Sprinkle choice of finishing salts on the yokes. Serve chilled.
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How to Use Arctic Thyme Salt

Flavorful thyme and crunchy sea salt flakes blend to make the perfect rub on poultry or as a finishing salt on potatoes or creamy soups. Known as the “Land of Fire and Ice”, Iceland lives up to its name with glaciers and volcanic springs located right next to each other. This small island country is located near the arctic circle, and has several active volcanoes. Salt Cellar Arctic Thyme Salt brings together two local favorites from this exotic land to give even simple foods a uniquely delicious flavor. Arctic thyme grows in gravel soils and in the dry heathlands of Iceland. It is antibacterial and is known to be good for fighting colds, cough, and upset stomach. It has been used for treating asthma and lung conditions. Icelandic flake salt is pure white and its flat surface gives it a crunchy texture. The contrast of the white flakes and they earthy-green thyme give any dish a a gourmet-finish look. Salt Cellar Arctic Thyme Salt is the perfect way to finish our easy creamy corn soup. See the recipe below, or if you are in a hurry, simply sprinkle the finishing salt on a store-bought soup to give it a delicious homemade touch.
Creamy Corn Soup with Arctic Thyme Sea Salt
  • 1/2 onion, chopped
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon butter
  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 2 1/2 cups milk or plant milk
  • 1 cup vegetable broth
  • 2 (12 ounce) cans whole kernel corn
  • 2 1/2 tablespoons cream cheese
  • 1 teaspoon garlic salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
  • ground cayenne pepper to taste
In a large pot over medium heat, combine the onion, garlic, parsley and butter. Saute for about 5 minutes, or until onion is tender. Add the flour, stirring well, to make a pasty mixture. Whisk in the milk and the broth. Add the corn and the cream cheese and allow to heat through. Add the garlic salt, black pepper and cayenne pepper to taste. Stir together, sprinkle with Arctic Thyme Sea Salt and enjoy!

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