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Vinegar tasting

I have been thinking about vinegar lately. For the last few years I have mainly used a Spanish sherry vinegar, but with salad season almost upon us I wondered what I have been missing. 535 more words


Dried Fruit Sauce

In yesterday’s post on duck breasts, I mentioned that I served them with a “fruited” sauce. After completing the duck breasts and the sauce, there was just too much information and too many photos for a single post. 491 more words

Zucchini Agrodolce

Zucchini still sounds very Aussie to me, but then courgette agrodolce doesn’t have the same ring to it. Agrodolce is a traditional Italian sweet and sour sauce, made up from ‘agro’(sour) and ‘dolce’ (sweet) – in this case vinegar and sugar. 172 more words


Speedy Spinach Spaghetti (gluten-free)

When eating gluten-free, you can’t just grab a ready meal from the supermarket on your way home from work, as they are almost all laced with gluten-ny badness. 219 more words

Lentil "Pilaf"

 A few days ago, I made the decision to enter the Lentil Recipe Revelations Challenge. I discovered the beauty of lentils in my adulthood and I enjoy a good lentils recipe. 277 more words

Sherry vinegar: a vinegar with the essence of Jerez

Just a few drops of sherry vinegar can provide great personality to a plate  But … why is this vinegar so special?

With a first deep aroma and a powerful and balanced flavor, reflecting its long aging in the cellars of Jerez, Sherry vinegar is made of varieties of  Palomino , Pedro Ximenez and Moscatel grapes . 647 more words


Sherry Vinegar Hanger Steak

Thanks to Zach for submitting this sultry savory steak recipe! It’s a great compliment to the green bean fries or any of our sidekicks. 147 more words

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