Suzanne, our Head Chef at The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant, has managed to get the very first delivery of Hebridean Sea Salt, made on the Isle of Lewis. We’ve always used Maldon Salt – a staple ingredient in the restaurant world – but now we can enjoy a product made closer to home.
I’m doubly pleased because using Scottish-produced salt ties in with my own story, having been brought up next to Prestonpans, a town famous for its salt pans. Prestonpans made salt from the sea of the Firth of Forth right up until the 1960s.
We’re thrilled that Scotland has been able to tap into one of its own natural resources and produce a natural ingredient that is such an important part of our cooking. Exciting!
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