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Admit it: is there one foodstuff you’re so dependent on, you take it with you everywhere?
One of my former culinary instructors pockets, daily, his own thimble-sized vial of Hawaiian sea salt. We laughed when he told us, but he wasn’t kidding.
So I recently asked a group of friends whether they, too, have a culinary crutch, a secret food attachment so strong that they simply can’t be without it. Responses flooded in.
Two friends always carry tea, because “you never know what swill will be on offer in a hotel ballroom.” Another carts around bitters, “because not every bar has them, yet how can you make a
And then there’s my friend Heather, mother of four: “Are you kidding me?” she responded. “I can hardly remember to bring all the kids.”