Mom says, “Fix the yolks according to how you like your eggs. Just watch the consistency.”
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This recipe has changed over the years, and this is the version that we like best. It makes enough for 2-3 sandwiches for 2-3 days.
I am so excited for my friend Jill at The Gruene Olive Tasting Room! They have a new location with lots of new flavors. Go see them in Gruene on Hunter Road.
Some ideas beyond salad? Because we all know I am personally not a salad eater... and ... balsamic vinegar and good quality olive oil are good things to have in your diet.
Ice cream topping:
Dark Chocolate Balsamic — slightly reduced and heated it is like hot fudge. yum!
Waffles or muffin syrup:
(I bet if you mixed Blueberry Balsamic and Maple Balsamic... slightly reduced and used it while hot... hm.)
Sugar cookie or Snickerdoodle drizzle:
Gravestein Apple White Balsamic, slightly reduced
Use good quality dark chocolate cocoa and...
Substitute 1/2 oil amount with Walnut Oil
add a teaspoon or so of the Espresso Balsamic (not too much, just enough to heighten the intensity of the chocolate)
Mission Fig Balsamic, especially when you use Italian sausage. Even try adding some pistachios.
Steak sauce or hamburger sauce:
Mission Fig Balsamic and Cranberry Pear White Balsamic
Smoked or grilled salmon:
Blood Orange Olive Oil and Honey Ginger White Balsamic
Peach White Balsamic and Baklouti Green Chili Olive Oil ... maybe I’ll make that for dinner tonight.
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