The Irish Examiner: Salt of the Earth

In Italy they say it takes three to dress a salad: a Spendthrift to make free with the olive oil; a Miser to apply lemon or vinegar most sparingly indeed; and a Judicious Man to know exactly how much salt to sprinkle on. Fair enough, says The Menu, just as long as the Judicious Man is also cute enough to plump for Achill Sea Salt, soft little flakes of hand-harvested sea salt from Ireland’s west coast, that melt on the tongue and set the tastebuds a-salivating.