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Real salts, salts not heavily processed in factories, don't all taste the same. They have their own unique "terroir" -- nuanced flavors that give a product a special sense of place.
Montauk Pearls are new to the oyster scene, and the success of their operation has given the East End a new found interest in aquaculture.
The restaurant wasn't doing well financially; they knew they needed something special on the menu to draw in customers. But what could that one thing be?
I'm sure many of you drink tea, occasionally, as a herbal remedy or a sleep aid, but have any of you ever smoked it? Probably not. It was a first for me too.
Kenneth Jazi was committed to finding something local, something natural to grow his vegetables with -- little did he know that rhino dung would be his answer.
Melissa makes syrups for a living. That's her job -- boiling and bottling up to 500 syrup bottles a week. She's good at it. Really good at it.