Don was featured in a podcast by The Atlantic that went over the history of salt, its common uses, the way it impacts our health, and several of our favorite Finishing and Sea Salts.
Listen to the entire podcast using the link above or skip to Don’s segment by clicking here.
Taste of the Seacoast
“If you think salt is exclusively white, descend the steps of the Portsmouth Salt Cellar (yes, it is below street level), and you’ll be greeted by the glowing lights of lamps carved from blocks of pinkish orange Himalayan salt.”
To read the rest of the article, click here.
Click here to see wonderful write up on Himalayan Salt Block Cooking.
NH Chronicle (WMUR TV)
Here is the link to our first video feature thanks to the wonderful folks at NH Chronicle! (WMUR-TV, Channel 9)
The Portsmouth Herald
Rachel Forrest did a wonderful write up on our store: “The shop carries salts infused with porcini mushrooms and black truffles as well as spicy salts infused with habanero peppers, great for guacamole and rimming a margarita glass. Many salts, which originated in Japan, Pakistan, Hawaii and more, come in their natural state with nuances in flavor that simply must be sampled to understand.” Read the entire article here…
We also had another great article in the Portsmouth Herald by Toby Hatchett: “In our research of where we wanted to move, we found that Portsmouth met our criteria,” Tydeman said. “It has a large, good year-round population and a tourist season of about eight months. We liked the European feel, the many restaurants and quality of life.” Read the entire article here…
NH Union Leader
Read what the NH Union Leader wrote about us!