Salt & Wind Travel

Salt & Wind Travel

Aida Mollenkamp

Aida Mollenkamp is a food and travel expert, author, chef, Food Network personality, and founder of the travel services company, Salt & Wind Travel. She has made her career in food travel media and hospitality and has crisscrossed the globe to search out the best food destinations. Her cookbook, Keys To The Kitchen, is a go-to for home cooks who want to become more adventurous cooks. In all that she does Aida aims to help discerning travelers taste the world. Learn more about Aida's bio and background here.
Get To Know The Carmel-By-The-Sea Farmers Market
Markets
Aida Mollenkamp

Get To Know The Carmel By The Sea Farmers Market

As the “Salad Bowl of California,” the Monterey Peninsula is home to numerous farms growing a variety of produce, fruit, and flowers. And best place to try it all is at the local restaurants and the farmers markets. Get To Know The Carmel By The Sea Farmers Market so you are ready to stop by on your next trip!

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Visit Mammoth Lakes Travel Guide
California
Aida Mollenkamp

Visit Mammoth Lakes For Ultimate California Outdoor Vibes

Thinking you want to visit Mammoth Lakes? Discover the many outdoor activities you can do in this alpine town set in Calfornia’s Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains. Learn where the best time of year to travel is, where to eat, where to stay, what to do, day trips, and more!

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What Is Grown In Monterey California
California
Aida Mollenkamp

What Is Grown In Monterey, California?

Monterey County, California is famous for its world-class wine. But there are several other crops grown in the region. Here we’ll dive into what is grown in Monterey, California.

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Homemade Ricotta Cheese
Recipes
Aida Mollenkamp

Homemade Ricotta Cheese Recipe

Ricotta is an Italian dairy product made from whey, the liquid remaining after milk has been curdled and strained. Here we show you a simple, surefire way to make homemade ricotta that is so superior to storebought, you’ll never buy anther tub again!

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