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From: (Cyndi Smith)
Subject: Re: Using Balsamic Vinegar
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Date: 2 Apr 93 19:44:03 GMT
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Organization: MD Anderson Cancer Center
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In article <>, Judi Mancuso
<> wrote:

> Hi--
> As a gift last Xmas, we received a beautiful decanter with "Modena" (or
> something like this) Balsamic vinegar from some relatives in Canada--
> along with the following recipe:

> I am looking for other ideas for Balasamic Vinegar. Any good
> recipes/ideas out there? Thanks. Judi

Lucky you - Balsamic Vinegar is a great thing.
I make a BV salad dressing that gets raves:

1/3 cup each BV, EXTRA Virgin Olive Oil, water (or another 1/3 c EVOO)
1-2 cloves minced garlic
1/2 teas. each fresh minced basil & oregano (if dried, use 1/4 t each)

Mix well - will probably need to be shaken before each use.

If feeling lazy, BV and EVOO can just be lightly applied to salad and
Cyndi Smith Computer Programmer
Department of Biomathematics M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Phone: 713/794-4938 Fax: 713/792-4262