Cape Cod Pink Himalayan Salt and Red Wine Vinegar Chips are a hit!
Chip lovers rejoice! A delicious new Cape Cod Chip is on the shelves.
I couldn’t resist putting them in my cart! They broke my 60 day streak of laying off the chips. But, the Cape Cod potato chips are definitely worth it.
Comparable to regular Cape Cod Salt and Vinegar chips, these stand on their own with a slight variation of flavor. You can definitely tell it is a red wine vinegar – not as strong as straight up vinegar. The pink salt also creates its own unique saltiness. I prefer pink salt and use it over regular table salt anyways.
The beauty of this potato chip discovery is part of the proceeds go to Cancer Research for the Dana Farber Cancer Research Institute. They come in a pink and white bag that you cannot miss (really cool)!
Go on, get out there, try these new chips and raise money for a good cause!
If you love Sweet and Salty treats, like Salted Caramel and Salted Chocolate Chips Cookies, make no mistake about it: All Salt is Not Equal! When you see recipes that call for a specific salt, there is a reason. Do not try to substitute one type of salt for the other; you will not get the intended flavor the recipe calls for. For example, I was reading a post where someone was making Salted Brownies; the recipe called for FLAKE SALT. Because she did not have flake salt she used regular table salt on top. Bad, bad, bad results.
From the photograph you can see the consistency and texture of flake salt stands on its own. It’s burst of flavor is like no other. I have come to be addicted to this flake salt. I guess that is a bad thing; to much salt is not good but, a sprinkle on my watermelon and corn takes it to a whole new level! Flake salt on hard boiled eggs is amazing. You do not need alot. A pinch will do; it is potent but delicious.
I recommend Jacobsen Salt Co. PURE FLAKE SEA SALT. <a href="http://Jacobsen Salt – Flake Finishing Sea Salt – 4 oz bag” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Shop Flake Salt Now! They make an array of flavorful salts and peppers. I also use their coffee salt and chocolate salt every now and then. Either way, it’s not something you will find at your regular grocery store.