Herbal Vinegar

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Storey Communications., 1994 - Cooking - 172 pages
Explore the many flavorful possibilities of vinegar. With dozens of recipes for infusing vinegar with herbs, spices, vegetables, and flowers, Maggie Oster fills this delightful book with mouthwatering mixtures that go far beyond salad dressing. Use your homemade vinegars to add some zing to everything from Green Chile and Cilantro Sambal to the white cream sauce enriching your pork chops. Oster also includes tips on making cleaning products from vinegar, so you can keep your kitchen naturally spotless when you're done cooking.

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Contents

Some Thoughts about Vinegar 1 A Brief History of Vinegar
3
Buying Making and Flavoring Vinegar
7
Growing Your Own Herbs
27
Household Uses and Hints
33
Vinegar in Cooking
45
Appetizers
49
Main Courses and Soups
55
Pastas Grains and Beans
65
Mustards
113
Ketchups
119
Pickles Relishes and Other Preserved Foods
125
Chutneys and Sambals
139
Jellies Jams and Preserves
147
Desserts and Sweets
153
Custom Labels
160
MailOrder Sources
162

Vegetables
73
Salad Dressings
83
Marinades
95
Sauces and Salsas
101
Suggested Reading
165
Index
167
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About the author (1994)

Author Maggie Oster has been cooking since she was five years old. A trained horticulturist, freelance writer and photographer, Maggie has also written other Storey book titles including Herbal Vinegar and Herb Mixtures & Spicy Blends. In addition, she has written the books The Potato Garden, Flowering Herbs, Gifts and Crafts from the Garden and Recipes from an American Herb Garden. She attended graduate school at Cornell University, and was former editor of an indoor and container-gardening magazine based in Seattle, Washington. Maggie has also contributed to Rodale's Basic Natural Foods Cookbook, has written monthly columns for The Weekend Gardener Journal and Louisville Today magazines, and won an award for an article and photographs on cooking with edible flowers in The Newark Star-Ledger. She lives in Kentucky.More about the author

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