Hand harvested from salt beds along the famous “Salt Road” in Sicily, Trapani Sea Salt is pure, clean sea salt from the rich waters of the Mediterranean. This artisanal salt offers the crunchy texture, small, irregular grain sizes and moderate moisture of hand-harvested sea salt—an ideal finishing salt. Trapani also has the mild flavor characteristics of Mediterranean Sea salts, making it exceptionally versatile but with a texture that makes it undeniably gourmet. Solar evaporated by the sun & wind, Trapani Sea Salt is an unrefined, additive-free, completely natural salt that is at home in authentic Italian food, but also adaptable enough to work in any cuisine. Perfect in baking, spice rubs, herb blends and pasta for a crowd, Trapani Sea Salt is good in a pinch, but even better by the handful.
Each spring, the salt pans are filled with seawater, which is left to evaporate in the heat of the Sicilian summer sun and strong African winds. As the water evaporates and the salt starts to crystallize, the fiore del sale are the young salt crystals that form on the top. The salt is completely unrefined and untreated, unlike industrial salt, which is harvested by machines that pollute the salt; it then must be washed and stripped of its natural minerals, which are re-added with chemicals.
Microwave potatoes (or boil those babies if you’ve got some time) on HIGH 7 minutes or until almost tender, turning potatoes over halfway through cooking. Drizzle potatoes and bell pepper with 1 tablespoon of the oil.
Grill potatoes and bell pepper over medium heat 10 to 15 minutes or until tender and lightly charred, turning occasionally. Grill sausage as directed on package. Cool potatoes, bell pepper and sausage slightly. Coarsely chop potatoes and bell pepper. Cut sausage into slices.
Mix remaining 1/2 cup oil, vinegar, mustard, SUMMIT COUNTY STEAK AND VEG and sugar in large bowl until well blended. Add potatoes, bell pepper and sausage; toss to coat well
Any garnishes your heart desires. We like Chicken sandwiches.
Pour tomato juice (10 oz) into a shaker cup. Add spices, vodka, squeeze of lime and serrano and ice. SHAKE BABY SHAKE. Pour it into a cup (you should rim it with Summit County Steak and Veg) and drink like 5 or 10 of them. Sunday saved!
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