Cindy Grosz

Lag B’Omer Salts, Snacks, Recipes & More With Cindy’s Corners

I can’t believe we are talking BBQs and campfires when in New York we are still wearing cashmere. Today’s foods and recipes are perfect for picnics, parades, any outdoor gatherings and even part of a simple spring day menu.

Salt Those Hamburgers With Fumage Gourmet

With those campfires, we need good salts on the meats. Fumage Gourmet comes out of Central America and ships internationally.

The salt and spices fumage are the result of crystallization of a dream born of shared taste of the various salts and flavors that inspired us and awaken our culinary craving spirit to discover new flavors taste. They produce many combinations of sea salt with spices, mixing Himalayan pink salt with carefully selected herbs we discovered unexpected touches of flavor whose very scent transported us to an exquisite gastronomic world.

Recipe For Salted Caramel From Fumage

Photo: Fumage—Preparing The Salted Caramel

For 2 persons.
Pink Himalayan salt fumage.
1 cup of refined sugar.
6 tablespoons unsalted butter.
½ cup cream.
Heat the sugar in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat until melted. Stir constantly until candy becomes fully liquid and take a deep amber color, being careful not to burn. Reduce heat to medium, add the butter and stir until everything is well integrated. Remove pan from heat.
Add the cream and mix to incorporate all right. Add ½ teaspoon salt Himalayan fumage. Let cool for about 10 minutes. Stored in a sterilized glass bottle.
It can last in the refrigerator up to 2 weeks.
When serving, sprinkle a few grains of salt fumage Himalayan unmilled on candy.

Photo: Fumage-International Varieties


Perfect for Shavuot

For 2 persons
Salt with garlic and parsley fumage.
4 fresh eggs.
6 fresh asparagus.
6 cherry tomatoes.
4-6 slices of mozzarella cheese.
Black pepper fumage.
Preheat oven to 200 ° C. Place two iron pots in the oven.
Wash cherry tomatoes and cut in half and set aside.
Wash the asparagus and cut three fingers on the base. If they are too long for the size of the pot can be cut in two.
Cook steamed asparagus for 1 minute approx.
Beat eggs well into two bowls, one for every 2 eggs. Reserve.
Heat a small skillet and add 1 tablespoon butter. Saute over high heat asparagus for 2 min approx. so lightly browned, grind a little salt fumage with garlic and parsley over the asparagus sauté while.

Do the same with the cherry tomatoes.
Carefully remove the pans from the oven. Place 1 tablespoon butter in each pan. Place 3 asparagus lengthwise into each ramekin. Place the cherry tomatoes, add the beaten eggs into each ramekin. Grind a little salt fumage with garlic and parsley over each ramekin and cover with mozzarella cheese evenly.

Bake until they begin to grow, about 5-7 minutes. Turn off the oven and turn on the grill. Brown and remove from oven.

They can be served directly in the pots on wooden boards or unmold on plates.

Nugo Treats Are A Perfect Picnic Treat

Nugo Nutrition offers multiple diet/nutritional plans a real choice for a easy snack on the go. Nugo products satisfy many lifestyles including vegan, high protein, diabetic, gluten free, weight watchers, low glycemic, high fiber, dialysis, low carb, no soy protein, non gmo and paleo. They are easily available in stores, and I was lucky enough to find them in an airport, which is rare place to find a healthy option.

Nugo uses real dark chocolate, which based on research is the difference in their products.

Photo: Nugo

Real dark chocolate isn’t just a delectable treat with delicious flavor. It’s a heart-healthy, antioxidant-rich superfood, and a staple ingredient in many NuGo bars. Research has shown that REAL Dark Chocolate may help maintain good cholesterol (HDL),* lower blood pressure, elevate mood, reduce stress, and increase endurance when consumed before a workout. They carry multiple products in slim versions as well, cutting calories, not taste.

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About the Author
Cindy Grosz is an accomplished activist for pro-Israel and Jewish interests. She writes about “Everything Jewish” and has appeared in multiple media outlets. She is a Contributor on The Jersey Joe Radio Show on WOR710AM, syndicated through iHeartRadio. Grosz is the author of Rubber Room Romance, Everything You Need to Know and Ask About the Education System. She can be reached at
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