Oil and Vinegar

In the beginning there was plain oil and plain vinegar and then it got fancy…really fancy!  I’ve used flavored balsamics and olive oils before in my cooking so I was immediately drawn to this place in the North Market.  So many varieties – so many potential flavor combinations.

But the best part (besides taking home a bottle of pomegranate balsamic) was sampling many of the flavors and thinking about ways to use them.  Right now I’m thinking the lemon olive oil would be wonderful in the olive oil cake recipe I have.

Teri  📷

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14 Responses to Oil and Vinegar

  1. “In the beginning”? At least your borrowing leads from the best. I like the wood tones in this.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    Everything you could want in oil and vinegar. Those are great containers.

  3. Garfield Hug says:

    Now there is a wine vinaigrette version with olive oil too! Our palates have evolved as we are open to new taste sensations. Lovely read and I must try the pomegranate one!

  4. Lignum Draco says:

    It’s gotten very “gourmet”. Truffle olive oil and truffle infused salt enliven much of my cooking.

  5. Nancy says:

    I enjoy many balsamic dressings. Flavored Olive oils do bring pizzazz to my cooking!

  6. OK, Espresso balsamic vinegar – did you try it too?…I wonder how its taste! I think the Jalapeno one will be good for spice up any cuisines 🙂 Great images, Teri!

  7. We have “The Olive Oil factory” near us and my fav is Lime Balsamic…

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