Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A vinegar made by the acetification of cider.
“I make a spinach salad with marinated red onions and oranges with a cider-vinegar dressing”
“These trees are usually good standard varieties which have been the source of much apple "sass," many an apple pie, and many a barrel of cider-vinegar.”
“Make a strong brine, strong enough to bear up an egg; pour it over them boiling hot, let them stand over night, in the morning pour off the brine and wipe the cucumbers dry, put them in a preserving kettle and pour over them enough cider-vinegar to cover them; put in also the following spices for four hundred pickles:”
“On these little occasions, after discussing the merits of cider-vinegar and homemade pumpkin pies, and the care respectable people should exercise over the company they kept, for there was pure New England "grit" in the lady, she would recur to her dear husband.”
“You call that stuff, -- that which grew right behind my own barn, an 'which has had a lantern above it in the dead of night, -- grated up by my own hands, an' with a pint of the best cider-vinegar in the country dancing through its veins?”
“Good cider-vinegar is best; three spoonfuls to one of soda.”
“His voice was at that moment heard above the rest, -- sharp, but thin, like bad cider-vinegar.”
“On the lighter side, tabbouleh pops with fresh mint and parsley, and the light, irresistible coleslaw has a cool cider-vinegar bite.”
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