Okay, so I promised a new product reveal a couple months ago. We have been more than crazy busy this summer and I didn’t get that product announced. Part of our busy schedule was being at festivals selling our new products. Fall promises to be just as crazy. We love fall and are always busy doing something outside. Plus, HoneyBee is starting soccer this week, so now we have practice and games for the next 6 weeks. Oh, and the latest is that I have a lovely “boot” on my right foot because of severe tendinitis and a broken piece of bone. I almost rolled our tractor/mower about 3 months ago and reflexively put out my right foot to keep from rolling over. Yeah, lovely. Plus lots of visitors and a garden. Whew! Tired thinking about it. But it is all good and we love our life. But I digress…
The new product is artisan finishing salts! Ta-da! What are they, you ask? They are salts which have been infused and cured with herbs, spices and some fruit. We have both kosher salt and Himalayan pink salt varieties. Here are a couple pictures from our festival displays:
Our mixes are: red wine (both merlot and shiraz), Tuscan, lemon garlic, rosemary lemon, chipotle lime, porcini nutmeg, basil, sage, walnut orange, orange pink salt, and lime pink salt. The “pink salt” varieties are the Himalayan pink salt; the others are made with kosher salt.
The glass jars are 3 oz. for $10 each, plus we have 5 oz. bags for $12 each. Obviously, the bags are cheaper to ship and less likely to break. I wish you could taste these through the screen! They are amazing! We are so excited about these products. We have had great feedback about them. It’s something that if you like to cook adds a little “kick” to your finished dish.
Additionally, we have made up some spices mixes. We have a Chinese 5-spice, Baharat, fajita seasoning, poultry seasoning, coffee rub (it’s fabulous! – and our secret recipe), cacao nib seasoning, and Jamaican jerk. Each jar is $12. Here is a picture of these beauties:
Drop me a message if you are interested in any of them. Tell your foodie friends. Try something new yourself. It’s fun! And remember…we all need a little laughter!