Tartufo, rosemary, Himalayan pink, flor de sal, Hawaiian, fleur de sel, Kona, flaked, herb, fennel, smoked bacon chipotle, garlic medley, Hawaiian bamboo jade, 5 pepper, Hawaiian black lava, French garden, and French grey, and good old kosher.
Please don't think I'm an eccentric, but I have all those salts in my kitchen. 18 different salts. Even I'm surprised! They've come as gifts, as souvenirs, as impromptu purchases. And I use one or another almost every time I cook.
pieceful shared about an Alaea Hawaiian sea salt she'd received from The Spice House, which she'd sprinkled simply on vegetables. Susan of The History Quilter roasted zucchini and red pepper sprinkled with the more commonplace Kosher salt. And Becky of Solar Threads downright intrigued me with her preserved lemons that I am so anxious to hear more about! I'm sure this all had no influence at all on my baking up three batches of Salted Fudge Brownies last weekend (two for a youth bake sale; one for our Mother's Day picnic). Any chance you are a salt aficionado or at least have a favorite recipe that highlights salt? If so, I know several foodies who are ready to listen.