Maine Sea Salt Company

Maine Sea Salt Company owner, Stephen Cook

Maine Sea Salt Company owner, Stephen Cook

The Cook family has been in the lobstering business all of Stephen Cook’s life, and in the 1950s the Cook family opened Cook’s Restaurant and Pound, located in Garrison Cove on beautiful Baily Island. Their patrons regularly commented on how Cook’s lobsters tasted so much better than other lobsters, because they were cooked in salt water. In 1998 Stephen opened the Maine Sea Salt Company in his quest to “bring the ocean to everyone”.

Today, everyone can enjoy the healthy taste of Maine Sea Salt with their lobster, and all their other favorite recipes. The Maine Sea Salt Company offers a huge selection of sizes, including grinders, as well as seasoned and smoked flavor salts.

The Maine Sea Salt Company, located in Marshfield, Maine, produces pure Maine Sea Salt by using a solar evaporation process, and Stephen and his wife Sharon invite folks to give them a call between spring and fall. If they are open that day, you can stop on by and take a tour of the Maine Sea Salt facility and see how it operates. You can sample some of there great natural sea salt products.

It’s the time of year everyone has the barbecue working and Maine Sea Salt would like to share this great recipe with you.

Barbecue Rub

Combine the following ingredients and rub onto ribs, roasts, or steaks before barbecuing.

1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/4 cup sweet paprika
4 Tbsp ground Hickory-Smoked Maine Sea Salt™
(I have a coffee mill that I use exclusively for grinding sea salt, peppercorns, and other spices.)
2 teaspoons garlic powder
2 teaspoon onion powder
2 teaspoon celery seed
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper

You can visit their website here Maine Sea Salt   Gift packs from Maine Sea Salt make great hostess and holiday gifts.

Maine Sea Salt Company

11 Church Lane

Marshfield, ME 04654

(207) 255-3310 – General business and phone orders.

Email: steve@maineseasalt.com
Standard Business Hours:

Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time)

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