When Emily Quick was looking for the perfect overture to a menu devoted to artisanal salts, she decided the simplest solution is best, and she went with potato chips.“They’re something that’s not so different, but they’re really practical,” says Quick of Starfire Catering. “They’re a great way to experiment with different flavors.”For the “Lords of Salt” event, priced at $45 per person, at Foster & Dobb’s retail food shop in Portland, Ore., Quick prepared two types of potato chips tossed ...

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