Salt is magical. What other single ingredient enhances our food to make each component taste more of itself, and brings together all the elements of a dish so it sings with deliciousness? And it’s not just about flavour, these crystals contain trace elements needed for our very survival.
The new book, Do Sea Salt will change the way you think about salt – and how you use it. Written by the founders of Halen Môn, the Anglesey sea salt used by home cooks and world-famous chefs alike, you will discover:
- How to season your food properly;
- The role that sea salt plays in our health;
- How to make your own sea salt.
With favourite recipes from salt-baked fish to sea-salted chocolate truffles, Do Sea Salt shows how this humble ingredient has the ability to take food from bland to brilliant.
- Written by a trio of award-winning salt makers
- Insight into why salt is the most important ingredient in any kitchen
- Features 20 delicious recipes – all with a salty kick
- Stunning colour photography throughout
- Out on the 2nd of May 2019
Halen Môn (which means Anglesey salt) is sold in high-end delicatessens and supermarkets like Harvey Nichols, Fortnum & Mason, Waitrose and Marks & Spencer – and loved by renowned chefs
Discover more: www.halenmon.com
ABOUT THE WRITERS
Alison and David Lea-Wilson started Halen Môn, the Anglesey Sea Salt company, in 1997. They have always made a living from the sea — first as fishmongers, then aquarium owners — and been fascinated by the process of making sea salt. In 2017, Halen Môn won the Queen’s Award for Sustainability, and in 2019, Alison and David were awarded MBEs for their services to business. Their daughter, Jess, is a writer and designer who has worked in the food industry her whole working life.
One must never underestimate the power of salt: life, nourishment, and certainly flavour. Anyone, including chefs, can learn how to master the finesse of salt from this book.’
Daniel Boulud, chef and restaurateur
‘The best salt in the world comes from Wales… Internationally renowned chefs like Blue Hill’s Dan Barber use Halen Môn’s pure, flaky salt in their kitchens.’
Condé Nast Traveler
HALEN MÔN SALT TASTING
The one-of-a-kind behind the scenes tour is recommended for anyone interested in salt’s place in our history, culture, food and in what makes Halen Môn Sea Salt PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) the world’s finest seasoning. Led by a trained guide the tour includes a tutored salt tasting and lasts approximately 50 minutes. You will have the opportunity to visit the new award-winning Saltcote and Visitor Centre, it lies on the banks of the Menai Strait in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, next door to Anglesey Sea Zoo in Brynsiencyn.
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