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October 04, 2010


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Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Love the look of this vinaigrette. I love to buy pomegranate juice at Middle Eastern markets; it's much cheaper than POM. I boil some down to make my own pomegranate molasses, too.

T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

I love this combination of flavors - sweet and earthy.


And I fooled my aching, potentially chesty, cold arriving self with bourbon (always supposed to scare a cold), lemon zest (vitamin C!), angastura bitters(herbs and botanicals!) and POM juice (anti oxidants!). I enjoy living in that little fantasy world that I just made most healing cocktail. Damn the FTC.


What a beautiful looking and delicious sounding vinaigrette. I always seem to just make a simple one with sherry vinegar, evoo, mustard and herbs, but think I'll stretch a little to make this one soon. I think I even have some POM in the fridge. - S

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