These 7th generation salt makers produce a rare, small- batch finishing salt, harvested from the ancient Iapetus ocean trapped underneath the mountains of Appalachia. The result is a pure, delicious salt sure to transform any dish. Packaged for gift giving.
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Small batch salt combined with an Appalachian made cherry salt cellar and scoop
A unique and lovely gift
Includes 3.5oz. Salt Jar, Cherry Wood Salt Cellar and Scoop
Items arrive carefully nestled in a box and tied with jute twine
Dickinson ancestors first drilled for brine in 1817, using a hollowed-out tree trunk for piping, and established the family farm along the Kanawha River a few years after. By the 1850s, there were hundreds of wells along the river producing more than three million bushels of salt per year, making the Kanawha Valley the largest salt producing region of the United States. In 1851, “The Great Kanawha Salt” was awarded “The Best Salt in The World” at the World’s Fair in London. Today, they are reviving the family’s salt-making tradition on the very same land where it all began. To celebrate, they invited family members from across the region to a feast beside the long standing barn; the meal showcased their newly harvested salt, and a strong commitment to a farm-to-table lifestyle. The salt imbued nearly every dish on the menu, from the pork chops and bread, to the local squash from the farmer’s market and sweet pecan pies.
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