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    Tropical Vinegar

    This unusual banana vinegar from Veracruz, Mexico, is tart, with a delicate sweetness, subtle caramel notes, and a nuanced banana flavor.

  • Article

    The Science of Vinegar

    This pantry staple is one of the most useful ingredients in your kitchen. Here’s why.

  • Article

    Red Velvet Vinegar and Baking Soda

    Normally you mix baking soda in with dry goods when making a cake, but some Red Velvet Cake recipes call for mixing the baking soda with vinegar ahead of time.…

  • Recipe

    Barbecue-Braised Vietnamese Short Ribs with Sweet Vinegar Glaze

    Thought you couldn't get slow-cooked flavor from the grill? When barbecue-braising, your grill performs like an oven: You just put your pot on the grill, cover, and let the meat…

  • Recipe

    Sour Cherry Vinegar

    This fruity, sweet-tart vinegar uses dried sour cherries, so it's just as easy to make in December as in July, and there's no need to pull out the cherry pitter. Package it in a…

  • Magazine

    Savory Gifts from the Kitchen

    Looking for that something special to give these holidays? These savory homemade treats will please everyone on your list

  • Article

    What’s seasoned rice vinegar?

    Seasoned rice vinegar is plain (or “natural”) rice vinegar to which sugar and salt are added. It’s an easy way to boost the sweet, salty, and tangy elements of a…

  • Recipe

    Basil Vinaigrette


  • Recipe

    Salmon Seared on Bacon with Balsamic Vinegar, Honey & Rosemary

    For this dish, you want the skin on the salmon to crisp up like the bacon on the other side. The fish should be scaled—if it’s not, ask your seafood…

  • Recipe

    Balsamic-Macerated Strawberries with Basil

    For this recipe, there’s no need for an expensive, artisanal balsamic vinegar—a grocery-store vinegar is perfectly well suited.

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