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Cornish Sea Salt Giveaway

A Cornish Sea Salt GIVEAWAY!

Cornish Sea Salt are part of the furniture in this house. Partly because they’re bloody good, and partly because if food has Cornwall written on it anywhere, it’s very likely to end up in my kitchen cupboards. If you need a good, coarse, reasonably priced sea salt, this lot are your go-to. Which is why I’m very glad to be working with them this month on a Veganuary-friendly giveaway.. Seaweed was predicted to be a huge food trend in 2015, and while it did have a bit of a moment, I feel like it just didn’t really take off the way I hoped it might. So I’m gunning for a very seaweedy 2016, and I think we should start here. The Seaweed Seasoning Set from Cornish Sea Salt is a fun way to start introducing more of those flavours of the sea into your cooking, and I’m giving one away to one of you! Enter the giveaway by clicking here The giveaway will run for one week, and I’ll contact the winner using the method provided. …

Smoked Garlic Crispy Kale

If you tried my cheesy kale recipe last week and have half a bag of the stuff left in the fridge, this is the tastiest way to use it up. Vegetable crisps have been all the rage for a few years now, but this is something a little different. Kale doesn’t crisp up in the same way as parsnips, betroot or sweet potato because, of course, its a leaf. What happens instead is something that more closely resembles crispy seaweed, salty and indulgent – but the good kind of indulgent where you get three kinds of vitamins and a nice bit of protein. I used Boulevard Creative Cuisine smoked garlic oil ’cause I picked it up at the foodies festival this weekend and it gives the kale an amazing flavour, but this’ll work with any old oil. 100g curly leaf kale (rinsed and dried thoroughly) 2 tsps smoked garlic oil  1 pinch good sea salt (I use Cornish Sea Salt Co) Heat your oven to Gas 3 (conversions here). Put your oil on a baking tray …