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From: c...@odin.mda.uth.tmc.edu (Cyndi Smith)
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Subject: Re: Using Balsamic Vinegar
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Date: 2 Apr 93 19:44:03 GMT
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In article <Ufj8YA_00iUzQ4O...@andrew.cmu.edu>, Judi Mancuso
<jm...@andrew.cmu.edu> 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
tossed.
Enjoy!
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Cyndi Smith Computer Programmer
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