||[Jun. 8th, 2012|11:11 pm]
SIX different kinds of vinegar in the house (red wine, balsamic, cider, distilled white, rice, and chinese black), we had neither sherry vinegar nor white wine vinegar.Despite having sherry, two kinds of white wine, and |
And so I had to go to the store.
*It turns out, sherry vinegar is one of those pricey gourmet things that costs $10 for a tiny bottle and is not carried by major grocery stores. It's the Spanish equivalent of balsamic, although that's sweeter, and the recipe said sub white wine vinegar, so I finished off the tail end of a bottle of balsamic vinegar and used white wine vinegar for the rest. Initial tasting suggests it will work quite well. The More You Know.