Everyday Kitchen Salt Blues

Things you should know about everyday kitchen salt:

  • Everybody tastes saltiness a bit differently, stronger and weaker.
  • Restaurant chefs use a LOT more than you think. (Butter too, but that’s a different day.)
  • All salt is NOT the same.  (And good salt doesn’t have to cost more than bad salt.)

Salt is good. Our bodies need it. It makes food taste better.

So let’s break it down.

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Quick, easy, and delicious muffins using raisin bran cereal. The batter keeps in the refrigerator for up to six weeks! Visit suppertimeblues.com to learn more.

Six Week Muffins Handed Down

I remember the first time we stayed with Grandma Louise, my wife’s grandmother, and that first morning where the smell of fresh-baked muffins and brewing coffee filled the house like a more-civilized alarm clock nudging me awake as the sun began to seep gently under the window curtain.

I shuffled out to the kitchen table in my nice pajamas, eager to discover the source of this foreign wonderfulness and with an easy smile and cheery “good morning” she set a plate of these muffins and a cup of coffee in front of me, steam still rising lazily from each.

It’s muffin time.

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