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Want any of the recipes in the video? Head over to our site for last minute reci

Want any of the recipes in the video? Head over to our site for last minute recipe ideas, all made with your favorite, your most local, Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt! #marthasvineyard #thanksgiving #recipes #turkey

Sumac, Paprika, and Garlic Sea Salt Brined Turkey and Gravy

Island Honey & Lemon Roasted Yams with Lemon Verbena Sea Salt

Salt Potatoes with Martha’s Vineyard Premium Sea Salt

Cape Cod Cranberry & Ginger Sauce with Blueberry Honey Sea Salt

Smoked Oak Sea Salt Cast Iron Carrots

 

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You asked and we answered! A customer suggested this nifty method of full, salt

You asked and we answered!

A customer suggested this nifty method of full, salty coverage and we listened. Our sun-dried sea salt is re-hydrated in distilled water for your tasting pleasure. Each spritz emits 160mcg of spray – you just had to know that. Packaged as three – Premium, Smoked Oak, and Blueberry Honey.

Get the Sea Salt Spritzer Set on our website now:
https://www.mvseasalt.com/product/spritzer/

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Salt potatoes are a regional dish of Syracuse, New York.They are a staple food a

Salt potatoes are a regional dish of Syracuse, New York.They are a staple food at fairs and barbecues in the Central New York region, where they are most popular. Potatoes specifically intended for salt potatoes can be purchased by the bag along with packages of salt.⠀

The Syracuse area of New York has a long history of salt production. Salt springs located around Onondaga Lake were used to create consumable salt that was distributed throughout the northeast via the Erie Canal. Salinated brine was laid out to dry on large trays. The salt residue was then scraped up, ground, and packaged.⠀

Salt potatoes originated in Syracuse and comprised most of a salt worker’s daily diet. During the 1800s, Irish salt miners would bring a bag of small, unpeeled, substandard potatoes to work each day. At lunch time, they boiled the potatoes in salt brine. #WikipediaToldUs

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Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is the Vineyard’s first operating salt works in nearl

Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt is the Vineyard’s first operating salt works in nearly 200 years.⠀

Before the invention of modern-day refrigeration, salt was essential to life on Martha’s Vineyard — and throughout the colonies. Salt preserved food, made it more palatable, and was used to tan hides and pack fish for trading — all important to the Vineyard’s economy.⠀

According to the “Dukes County Intelligencer,” the first known salt works on the Vineyard was up and running by 1778. By 1807, salt manufacturing was the island’s second largest industry.

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Calling all Foodies! Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt Recipe Contest⠀ ⠀ Now is the tim

Calling all Foodies! Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt Recipe Contest⠀

Now is the time to get in the kitchen and get creative with MV Sea Salt! We are looking for the best salty recipe out there using any of our Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt blends!⠀

There will be two categories: Salty Savory and Salty Sweet. Savory dishes may include but are not limited to breads, soups, salads, main dishes, side dishes, and more. Sweet dishes can be cookies, cakes, pies, and other delicious goods. Let your imagination run wild as you create a recipe with MV Sea Salt!⠀

A panel of local, culinary judges will select the top two recipes in each category and will cook and bake them. Recipes will be judged on taste and creativity in using the sea salt. One winner will reign supreme in each category and will win a grand prize.⠀

Grand Prize Savory $50 and 40% off coupon for mvseasalt.com⠀

Grand Prize Sweet $75 and 50% off coupon for mvseasalt.com⠀

To enter, please send your full name, email, and phone number, alongside your recipe and a photo of the finished product alongside the MV Sea Salt blend you used, to info@mvseasalt.com (product must be in the photo). Photos and recipes submitted grant permission to Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt to use in social media, and any marketing materials in perpetuity.⠀

Entry period: ‪from September 22nd, 2020 until November 22nd‬, winner will be announced ‪November 30th‬ via social media and email to winner.⠀

Rules: By entering, each entrant warrants and represents the following with respect to his/her Submission: (a) Submission is the entrant’s own creation; and (b) the Submission will not infringe on any rights of any third parties.⠀

Providing a Submission constitutes entrant’s consent to grant Sponsor a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, exclusive license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, create derivative works from, and display such Submissions in whole or in part, on a worldwide basis, and to incorporate it into other works, in any form, media or technology now known or later developed, including but not limited to on any and all Internet media, including Sponsor’s web sites and properties and on social networking sites.

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Is it too early for a Salty Blueberry Orange Margarita? Mmmhm, we don’t think s

Is it too early for a Salty Blueberry Orange Margarita? Mmmhm, we don’t think so. #ElectionWatch2020 (serves 2)⠀

4 ounces orange juice⠀
4 ounces tequila⠀
1 teaspoon blueberry powder⠀
1 tablespoon local honey⠀

Shake the orange juice, tequila, blueberry powder, and honey together.⠀

Strain over rimmed glass filled with crushed ice.⠀

To rim: 2 teaspoons Martha’s Vineyard Blueberry Honey Sea Salt and honey. Rub the rim of the glass with honey and then press the sea salt. Prep this before making drink.

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