Hooray for Holiday Beef Brisket

Whether you cook a beef brisket for Hanukkah or simply because it always makes for a crowd-pleasing and delicious holiday meal, this recipe – enlivened by COASTAL GOODS premium FLEUR de SEL & WYNAD PEPPERCORN BLEND is a keeper, destined to become the brightest light at your celebratory table. You will need a slow cooker to make the recipe. Read More...

Cast-Iron Skillet Chicken with Sarah’s Sea Salt

The only thing better than “a chicken in a pot every Sunday” is this delicious chicken roasted in a cast-iron skillet and served any night of the week. This is one of our favorite ways to roast chicken and a dinner destined to bring comfort and joy in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Read More...

Radishes with French Butter and Fleur de Sel

This quintessentially French combination is a delightful revelation to those who have never tried it and I believe the perfect way to kick off spring soirées on either side of the Atlantic. Recently, several American entrepreneurs have begun making high quality cultured and artisan butters, and should you come across one you adore, feel free to substitute it for the French butter. Read More...

Connecticut-Style Hot Lobster Rolls

While I used to remain partial to the more popular mayonnaise-based lobster rolls sold almost everywhere else throughout New England, I have to admin the Connecticut-style lobster toll, in which a toasted hot dog bun in stuffed with hot butter-soaked lobster meat is a fine creation and one that actually reminds me of my all-time favourite New England Lobster recipe - Lobster Fried Over Cold. I believe most Connecticut-style lobster rolls are made by heating the lobster meat filling in clarified butter but I have discovered that warning the lobster meat in Kate's Sea Salted Butter from Maine heightens the overall New England savour just that much more. Read More...

Sangria

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Strawberry Rhubarb Bellini

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Crispy Sauteed Potatoes

These Mediterranean-style potatoes pair splendidly with many of the holiday season's finest roasts - beef, lamb, pork, and even poultry. The secret to extra crispy potatoes is to soak and rinse them in cold water before sautéing in order to remove much of the potato's natural starch. You must also muster the patience to resist flipping the potatoes prematurely so that a crunchy brown exterior can form. Caramelized garlic and our fragrant Provençal blend of Sarah's Sea Salt make for a lusty and warming combination. Read More...

Cranberry Pecan Butter

Dress up your holiday table with a crock of this cheerful and delicious bright pink compound butter. Serve the butter with dinner rolls, biscuits, and bread or use as spread to kick off a terrific turkey or ham sandwich. The butter is also stunning and wonderful when dolloped atop seared or grilled chicken breasts, duck, or pork. Read More...

Tuscan Crostini with Pecorino

The town of Pienza is one of the most picturesque in Tuscany and is equally renowned for it fresh Pecorino cheese. Whenever we get our hands on some good Pecorino Toscano, we make these unique crostini - a sublime combination of tangy melted Pecorino, Coastal Goods sweet-hot Persian Pepper flakes, velvety honey, and crunchy sea salt. Read More...