from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An aromatic vinegar of Modena, Italy, made from white Trebbiano grape juice that is heated and aged in wooden barrels for several years.
- n. Any of various similar vinegars.
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- n. A dark, sweet vinegar, made from reduced white wine, that has been matured in wooden barrels, the resins of which contribute to its flavour; especially such a vinegar from Modena in Italy.
Ill buy everything preparedsteak, brussels sprouts, grated parmesan cheesefrom a healthy natural foods market like Trader Joes, Whole Foods, or Erewhon; then at home Ill cut up the steak and mix it with lettuce, the cheese, brussels sprouts, and a light dressing of balsamic vinegar and olive oil.
Cold-pressed gourmet oil, such as extra virgin olive, walnut, or pumpkin seed oils, lemon, and just a touch of balsamic vinegar