But the manager says turnover is high and that he sells out of even such pricey items as Pringles, Nescafe, and balsamic vinegar.
Gaby Dalkin takes out her high-end olive oil and blends it with balsamic vinegar to pour over caprese salad.
Now drizzle in the balsamic vinegar and slap your chicken around the bowl.
You move in one continual garden—in an atmosphere of balsamic fragrance.
One of the best remedies for wounds or bruises is the balsamic or anti-putrid vinegar, which is made in the following manner.
They are all charged with only a balsamic, sugary acid, which is called Reinette-flavored.
“A balsamic taste, slightly piquant but agreeable,” he observed.
I frequently used to visit the plantations of nutmegs and cloves, and refresh myself with their balsamic fragrance.
A wind came out of the North, cool and sweet and balsamic with 382 hope.
All that we touch turns into balsamic fruits, into soft and lovely breasts, ripe food for our desire.
1570s, "aromatic resin used for healing wounds and soothing pains," from Latin balsamum "gum of the balsam tree" (see balm). There is an isolated Old English reference from c.1000, and Middle English used basme, baume, from the French form of the word. As a type of flowering plant of the Impatiens family, it is attested from 1741.