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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

{giveaway} House of Balsamic Vinegar

The simplest way to make great tasting food is by using high-quality ingredients and when it comes to balsamic vinegar, House of Balsamic has been making traditional balsamic vinegar aged up to 100 years for generations in Modena, Italy. 


House of Balsamic is giving away a bottle of their Saporoso - a high-quality balsamic vinegar aged for 6 years in oak barrels and 6 months in steel containers to 2 lucky winners. This organic balsamic is tart with delicate accents of wildflowers, grass, and cooked mustard. It be enjoyed with vegetables, roasted meats, poultry or game.

To enter simply visit their website then leave a comment here and tell me what you thought. There are some great products, recipes, history, and facts on making vinegar on their site. Giveaway ends Saturday May 28th, 2 winners will be chosen by random.org. Be sure to leave an email or a way for me to contact you if you win - good luck!!

GIVEAWAY OVER - Congratulations to the winners Randallfm & anastasiababb. 
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Visit House of Balsamic to learn more about the history and making of traditional balsamic vinegar, view balsamic vinegar recipes, and to purchase quality balsamic products.

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DessertForTwo said...

What a great giveaway-thanks!
I think the balsamic chocolate looks yummy!

Anonymous said...

The website is beautiful. I have already found a few different things I would like to try/buy.

amscruggs@gmail.com

Ashley said...

I have always joked about loving balsamic vinegar so much I could put it on ice cream. Glad to see House of Balsamic is on the same page.

Anonymous said...

I love how they categorize their recipes into "cuisines". I have been looking for a good balsamic.

crystalagabert@gmail.com

Sara said...

Wow, I had no idea there were so many types of balsalmic. I am definitely going to have to try this out.
slampe1@gmail.com

Meghan said...

The Website is well organized. I never thought of putting balsamic vinegar on Vanilla Ice Cream and I never knew that it was considered to have healing abilities. (I think I'll be on that site reading up.)

Meghancarr10@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Wow...beautiful website! What a great giveaway...I love balsamic vinegar!!!

jmmblack@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

I already printed your chicken brushetta recipe and plan on trying it very soon! Thanks for schooling us on all the different types of balsamics. I will have to try the Saporoso!
deenapoteet@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

What a lovely website, it speaks to may senses. I am so excited to make this recipe and love how you share the WW points on your recipes. Now I just need the Saporoso to duplicate it completely.

kellymcurley@cimcast.net

Angela said...

That's a gorgeous website! I think the Tagliatelle with Italian Bacon sounds fabulous! I need to pick up some balsamic with your recent posted recipes including it. Would love to win!

gidleyangela@gmail.com

kim z. said...

Gorgeous and informative website. Very intrigued by the orange balsamic. Love the white vinegar at Trader Joe's, I bet House of Balsamic's is amazing!

kimbuystuff@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

What a lovely website, it speaks to may senses. I am so excited to make this recipe and love how you share the WW points on your recipes. Now I just need the Saporoso to duplicate it completely.

kellymcurley@comcast.net

(The post above I had a typo on the email address)

Anonymous said...

So many different types of Balsalmics! Yum
christy.willemin@gmail.com

Krystin said...

Balsamic Chocolates??? Who knew? Also had no idea that balsamic vinegar had healing properties! Love the website... going to share it with my "chef" and try some of the recipes on it! Thx!

krystin_70@yahoo.com

Miss G said...

I had no idea there were so many different balsamic vinegars! The apple balsamic sounds so delicious.

theg615@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Looking forward to trying the chicken brushetta recipe. I have been enjoying your receipe sugestions and love the ease of preparing and the great flavorful meals. Thank you!
Tracey V.

tmozwrld@zoominternet.net

Anonymous said...

wow - so many different types of balsamic vinegar! i'm thinking of some delicious summer recipes for these.

thank you!

lars2890@umn.edu

knit1kids4 said...

I LOVE balsamic vinegar. I don't use it enough. LOVED the website- liked reading how it is made.

Sweet giveaway! Now I'm going to go print your recipe.

Erin said...

Ooh, what a neat website! I would love to try all the jellies and vinegars... and I'll have to try some of the recipes too! Would love to have the kind of life where I need an "On a Yacht" menu... ;-)

erin.mischak@gmail.com

Jessica Greco said...

I checked out the website and I love that they provided different recipes for different occasions, including a wine tasting and day out on a yacht. Makes it really easy to decide how to use their vinegar! I'm also DEFINITELY going to use it in your Chicken Bruschetta if I win.

My e-mail is jessisjuicy@gmail.com

Jeanne said...

it's making my mouth water! can't wait to try it!

Joules America said...

Thanks for the great opportunity to learn new things about the foods we eat! <3 Joules
joulesamerica@hotmail.com

Windie Miller said...

Love your site :) I'm going to try your recipes for the first time tonight for dinner!

Michelle said...

Balsamic is my favorite for salad dressing, but I also use it as a marinade for different meats. Yummy!

Amy Sullivan said...

WOW, great giveaway! I have got to try that chocolate one!!!

amysullivan224@msn.com

Windie Miller said...

Oopps forgot my email rogerandwindie@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Great website! I would love to win this balsamic - just returned from Italy with Olive Oil but didn't make it to Modena for the Balsamic. Would be great to win it!

Email is earehrig@yahoo.com.

Thanks Gina for everything!

Anonymous said...

I hope you'll create some amazing recipes using Balsamic Vinegar, its one of my favorite flavors. But to be honest, I've never tried the aged versions.

Thanks for all you do Gina, we're eating healthy, delicious foods thanks in part to you!

malazar2000@aol.com

Anonymous said...

The site looks so high end. I'm a sucker for fancy little bottles, especially when they hold such yummy goodness inside! Well done!

anullah72@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love balsamic vinegar on almost anything! YUM!
Allie
gee_iwuv_u@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Yum! I have had Balsamic Chocolate before and it is great!~ I love the history and the health benefits pages. This is impressive stuff~

melsupera@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

This site and the photo of the salmon with the blueberry salmon reduction reminded me of an amazing cooking demo I attended where we were served balsamic syrup as a topping on one of the dishes. It was unforgettably delicious!

Kati said...

Wow, looks amazing. I just had Chicken Savoy this weekend and was wishing I had a better quality Balsamic.

marykate317 at verizon dot net

Anonymous said...

The recipes sounded really delicious, especially some Balsamic Vanilla Ice Cream for dessert.
calicopurr@msn.com

n. rhodes harper said...

what did we ever do without Balsamic Vinegar? There was a time in the past where most cooks had never heard of it or used it in home cooking. It has made such a difference in cooking and eating flavors!

Anonymous said...

I love balsamic... I tend to put it on everything. Can't wait to try this one. From the website it really seems that they have a great quality product.
Thank you
Roberta
roberta2408@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love Balsamic Vinegar. Just last week I cooked a beef roast in the croak pot using Balsamic Vinegar, Worchesire sauce, bell peppers and onions. OMG was it good!

jaylenew@mac.com

Lori Lawson said...

They have some wonderful products! I, too am addicted to balsamics!!! Have you tried it on strawberries???? So incredible!!! I so agree about drizzling a good quality balsamic on vanilla ice cream ..... incredible!!!! Great giveaway!!! Thanks, as always!

lori@ccsandco.com

Anonymous said...

I'm amazed by all the different types of balsamic vinegar. I'm embarassed to admit I thought all balsamic was the same!

enokij@comcast.net

Anonymous said...

Balsamic is a staple in our household. My husband and I took a class all about it once also. Would love to try a bunch of House of Balsamic's recipes on their site!
j.votruba@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Wonderful site! I have yet to find a basalmic that I LOVE. Will be trying some from this site soon!
Thank you Gina, you have made eating healthy and feeding my kids healthy som much easier. We love your food!
bryaudkent98@yahoo.com

Aimee said...

Very cool site. I like that it has history, and explanations. Nice. Oh and balsamic chocolates. Um, yummmmmm. Thanks for a great giveaway!
-Aimee

Anonymous said...

Wow, I had no idea there were so many types of balsalmic. I am definitely going to have to try out the chocolate one....sounds very interesting!

jmpaull@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love balsamic on salad! So good and totally fat free. Love all their products also...esp the packaging. :)

komal1016@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Looks like an amazing product!!




jcarnell75@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love the bottle. Thanks for the chance to win this. I love a really good balsamic vinegar.
Robin
robn1955@shentel.net

Anonymous said...

Pictures look lovely and I love Balsamic vinegar:)

Twillis4@cub.uca.edu

Anonymous said...

Everything on the website looks amazing!!! I could put balsamic on EVERYthing, I think!
Lara
larahuzar@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

WOW! Great site with lots of information and yummy stuff! Saw several recipes I'd like to try and who knew there was such a variety of balsamic! Thanks for the tip!
Shady_lady_21@yahoo.com

Cecily said...

Neat video on their home page! This is a fun giveaway. I love balsalmic!!!

cecilyandryan at gmail dot com

Penie said...

Beautiful website! Yummy!!
plather10@mac.com

thanks!!

Anonymous said...

The website looks so elegant and sophisticated. The chocolates look intriguing. I would love to win this! :)

Tina

t_simmons76@hotmail.com

adria said...

I've always wanted to try balsamic on fruit, but have been a bit afraid to attempt it...perhaps this spring with everything coming into season?!

Tiffany said...

My dad makes homemade balsamic vinegar and I can't wait to share this website with him, he'll love it! Can't wait to try some of the recipes as well! Thanks for the link.

grneyz1024@aol.com

Donna said...

It is very interesting how extensive the process is to approve a balsamic vinegar for DOC status.
Thanks for the giveaway!

c8ergirl@gmail.com

Caitlin said...

I absolutely love balsamic vinegar. I especially love reducing it and drizzling it over strawberries. My favorite TV chef, Ina Garten, is always talking about the difference that good quality ingredients make. I would love to find out for myself! I really enjoyed watching the video on the website, especially seeing how the vinegar is made. I also liked the part about the healing qualities of balsamic. I will be looking into that further!
caitstokes@gmail.com

Zooey said...

Very nice site with a bunch of delicious looking recipes! Interested in trying out the martini. Looks delicious!!

zooeysalin@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

YUM...more of a reason to love balsamic, can't wait to try the recipes!

Anonymous said...

I love love love balsamic vinegar! A few years ago my daughter and I took a walking/eating tour in Chicago and we went to a store that sold several flavors of olive oils and balsamic vinegars that you could taste, mixing and matching them to whatever you liked. My daughter, who was nine at the time, loved it! If we ever go to California, I'll make sure to spend time there. In the meantime, I'm fascinated by the chocolates...*goes shopping*

brandy_monts@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

great website. Loved the different occasion categories for recipes.

patricia.eastep@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

YUM...more of a reason to love balsamic, can't wait to try the recipes!

oops...
nfridman@gmail.com

Stacy said...

Wow - so many interesting things! I wonder how they make white balsamic . . . and I'd love to try the chocolates and the $500 100-yr-old stuff!

Never really tried a GOOD balsamic, only the cheapie stuff. Hope I get it :D

Stacy said...

Also oops! - anastasiababb@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Great site! Can't wait to try. Hope I win!
-Jackie
jackiepulkrabek@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the change to win. I love your recipes – I’m having leftover Asian Turkey meatballs for lunch right now – so yummy!

Juliecanaway@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I am all about balsamic! The pictures were beautiful, and the olive oil/balsamic mix has my mind thinking all kinds of yummy things.

nicoletteturney@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

awesome website. The apple balsamic sounds delish...
-Amber

amber01horton@gmail.com

saradav said...

I <3 basalmic! :D

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Christine B. said...

I had no idea that there were healing properties of Balsamic - makes it even that much better!!

drivetodream@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I LOVE Balsamic! Would love to try this product, but even more than that I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to buy your cookbook! Do you have one?

Tracy
tlnoel@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I like the Salmon with Blueberry Reduction. I am going to try this one!

jkmb1999@yahoo.com

Love the site too!
Jessica

Anonymous said...

Great website, love that they have all those reciepes (definitely think more products should do that on websites so you know how to best utilize their product). I'm going to make the Light and Fresh Caprese salad tonight- although I'm sure mine won't look as pretty as theirs!

hannah.elise.edwards@gmail.com

Laura said...

I love Balsalmic so much. So it is wonderful to read a company's website when they clearly take so much joy in it as well. I love the pages on making the vinegar, the history, and the healing properties. The first recipe I saw was not a very accessible one as I have no local source for adriatic squid. But after clicking around some more, I found the rest of the recipes including some I am super excited to try!! Especially the honey and cheese king prawns and the Bloody Mary Modenese!

Anonymous said...

They have some amazing recipes! I've never even thought of adding balsamic vinegar to a bloody mary, but the Bloody Mary Modenese sounds fabulous!

fuchsiabuddha [at] gmail [dot] com

Amanda said...

oooh very classy! definitely way better than the stuff i buy!

somethingsavory@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Wow! Will definitely need to visit the next time I'm in California!

jlightfritz@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Love the website!

saddlebroke@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Mmmmm mmmmm mmmmm!!!! I adore balsamic. I bet the flavors of this balsamic would be wonderful to make a small batch of balsamic reduction. I also really found the apple balsamic from their site very interesting, I love to try that too!

Crystal_Rawlins@yahoo.com

Keep up the yummy recipes Gina! I love the simplicity of your recent posts. Yummy!

Anonymous said...

Their Paranza Mixed Fried Fish and Prosciutto wrapped Melon sound amazing! Mary (mabev81@gmail.com)

Anonymous said...

Balsamic Martini... yes please!!

nmstanzione@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Very nice website. The recipe for pears with ricotta and balsamic sounds so good. Love the design of their bottles.

kristenkeeler@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

did not realize there were so many options with vinegar. The recipes made my mouth water!

theadventuresofmorgan@gmail.com

Ginger said...

Balsamic chocolates!! I've never seen that before. Sounds amazing. Beautiful and well organized website. Never new there was such a history to it. Thanks for hosting the giveaway. It's great.

Katherine said...

Apple Balsamic Vinegar?! Yummy; I would love to try that with my Apple, Chicken Balsamic Salad, or the Prosciutto Wrapped Melon from their site. ihateeverything79@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

chocolate balsamic!

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Anonymous said...

Balsamic chocolates sounds amazing!

hyattDOTlazearATyahooDOTcom

Anonymous said...

Great website!!! I have tried so many of your recipes!
Keri82@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Wow, I didn't know how many varieties they had! Would love to try them with different recipes!

Historychick said...

I love Balsamic vinegar! It was very interesting to read about it's many health benefits and how it can help weight loss!

Anonymous said...

Everything looks and sounds amazing. I especially am intrigued by the apple and orange balsamic vinegars!
Wendy
Wenjeep@sbcglobal.com

Anonymous said...

Wow, I didn't know how many varieties they had! Would love to try them with different recipes!

seachel115@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed reading about the history. Beautiful website. I would love some of those balsamic chocolates!!!

mia7508@yahoo.com

Historychick said...

Sorry! kbaliban@att.net

Anonymous said...

I must try the Fragolina Jelly on Brie!!! Sounds wonderful!

huntcountrydj@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

fun website-would love to live closer to the academy!

mastistyle@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Always looking for new recipes, I found some great ones and had no Idea their are so many different kinds of balsamic vinegar.
mrsfish2002@hotmail.com

Rachel said...

Love their website. Is it sad that I want to ask my husband for the 50-yr aged bottle for an anniversary gift? I've been obsessed with balsamic lately. ;)

rachel.berman @ hotmail.com

Chum said...

This was a great website. Loved the recipes (even decided to make the balsamic strawberries this week with my farmers market berries). I also enjoyed the history and healing properties tabs...I never knew those things about balsamic. I also thought the photos were gorgeous. Balsamic chocolates and apple balsamic? OMG, how did I not know about those? Yummm...chumlette@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

What a nice website. They have beautiful photos and product packaging. My husband and I love Balsamic! rrahaha2 at aol dot com.

Judi said...

Oh, chocolate balsamic...gotta try it!!
juwel50@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Would like to try some of these on your flank steak and tomato recipe.

Liz
stickley_e@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love bread dipped in Balsamic! Their website is awesome!

Melanie
whysper_00@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

Amazing family story and presentation which makes their website to inviting. It was interesting to learn the healing power of their product. The products look wonderful and I would love to try the basalmic in many recipes, theres no end.
Amy aicoiro@aol.com

christie said...

Love their website! Makes me want to go to Italy! Their balsamic chocolates look really yummy. Makes me want to go make something with good balsamic right now!
I would love to try their good balsamic in the chicken recipe from today, looks really good!
Thanks for your blog, I love all the recipes I've tried (just ate the coconut chicken salad for lunch).

Christie
crisfalc@aol.com

Anonymous said...

I am a balsamic junkie! I loved checking out their different recipes for new ways to use it!

misswendiki at gmail dot com

Aubri said...

The website is beautiful. All of the bottles and packaging look so elegant! I love how it gives the history of balsamic vinegar. I would love to try some of their products!

Anonymous said...

So much to know about a product and it's origins. It makes the product taste even better. And what a beautiful website!! Amazing photography!
Carol
cox708@cinergymetro.net

Anonymous said...

The story of the aging of balsamic vinegar is very interesting. I have a feeling that we are missing something great when we only buy balsamic vinegars in our local grocery stores.

Anonymous said...

The website had so much information about balsamic and some great recipes to try!

shellymelissaj21 at gmail dot com

AubreyLaine said...

Balsamic is my absolute favorite!!! :)
I would love to win this!
The website looks great, looks like the product is high quality.
littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

The story of the aging of balsamic vinegar is very interesting. I have a feeling that we are missing something great when we only buy balsamic vinegars in our local grocery stores.

pinesnpickets@hotmail.com

Heather said...

This looks like a delicious addition to my cooking. I would love to try the pears with ricotta-yum! shucksgr@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

The website is well put together, and "crisp" The photographs of the food are delightful... you can in-vision enjoying the food. The bottling of the vinegars are neat also.

Thanks for the chance to win :]
Misty
sunsearay@hotmail.com
p.s. THANK YOU for your wiliness to create such wonderful dishes! They are amazing :]

Anonymous said...

i never knew balsamic had so many uses!

talldame@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Their website is beautiful. I love the way the cuisines are split up into settings, I have always thought that food sets the mood for so many things. That being said I now want some melon wrapped in prosciutto :)

Gina, you are great for sharing things like this with everyone. I love your website and so many of your recipes... thanks!

edwinyrociomaldonado@gmail.com

Cindy said...

Time to leave boring behind. Even the bottle looks fancy. I really need to branch out more these sound wonderful. Waki3@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Wow, I never realized that balsamic vinegar could raise your metabolism! krdrop at hotmail

Anonymous said...

The website is beautiful and informative. Who knew balsamic had healing properties?

jenbrown05@gmail.com

Myriam said...

I have really enjoyed the recipes you post. Usually it ends up being the recipe I make for the day! Thanks for helping with variety in my meals. I needed it to keep me on track. Myriam.helton@gmail.com

shannon said...

Me+balsamic=:) I love your site it has given my family great new recipes and a great new way to eat!
S.Johnston@mchsi.com

Anonymous said...

Being new to the joys of Balsamic Vinegar, I'm totally convinced it's the best vinegar in the world...only Balsamic vinegar could make everything taste so much better...but even on ice cream? Never tried it...but if I win a bottle then I will pour it on a fine ice cream and it will be my first experience!:) Love your website...and I'm getting skinnier because of it!!! Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Very interesting web site. I learned a lot and want to try some of the recipes.

Nuttermother said...

My tomato, basil and bocchini salad needs this!!! lol

Anonymous said...

The balsamic chocolates sound interesting. There are a lot of recipes on the website I'd like to try!
alexkat84@gmail.com

1e5a0a62-8635-11e0-ab51-000bcdca4d7a said...

I am a huge fan of great balsamic vinegar, and use it every week with many dishes. I even finish a nice steak and sauted mushrooms with a good balsamic drizzle. I would definitely love to try the house of balsamic.
Jessica R. from Atlanta
jessicadawn1213@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Wow! Who knew?! I thought balsamic was balsamic was balsamic. Need to toss my old store brand and look for the fancy stuff next time! The chocolates and ice cream drizzle are hard to imagine, but I bet delish.
snidow@hotmail.com

Carolyn said...

It looks amazing--I've been wanting to upgrade to an aged balsamic, and after seeing these pictures, I can't imagine going back to the runny Kroger brand! The sweet balsamic strawberries look AMAZING--I never would have thought to use this in a sweet dish!

carolyn.mcclimon@gmail.com

Jen N. said...

Oh yum! The recipe all look really good. I'm sitting here eating strawberries and I'd love to try the recipe for the balsamic with the berries.

nystrom.jen@gmail.com

Mikkyn said...

I'd love to win the Balsamic!! I'd drizzle it on everything! YUM!!!
Pick Me PLLLLLLEEEEEAAAASSSSEEEEEE!!!!!!

Katharine said...

What a beautifully done website. Among other things, it made me long to visit Modena. A fine aged balsamic is a treasure. I'm glad to know of this site.

cpetgoods@aol.com

Dani said...

Wow, I wonder what the 100+ years of aged balsamic tastes like??????
dani_mnz@yahoo.com

JCole said...

$500 balsamic? Holy man. That must taste amazing!

Wilma NC said...

I'd love to try it!!! Hope I win.

Beth H. said...

What a beautiful website. You can tell the pride they take in their products with the care and pride in putting together the website. I am salivating thinking about the balsamic vinegar being drizzled lightly over a fresh caprese salad, or fresh strawberries with balsamic vinegar and fresh mint. Yum. I hope I win.

barb said...

WOW, never knew there were so many different varities...thanks for posting the website and opening up our minds to different things.

Julie @ My Life...Inspired said...

What a great website! I'd love to try some of those recipes, especially the blueberry balsamic reduction or balsamic ice cream!!!

Jamie & Nicol said...

Who knew? Must learn more!

Jane in N.H. said...

The BEST EVER Balsamic Vinegar ever !!!!
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Anonymous said...

Vanilla ice cream, balsamic and strawberries...sounds divine!!

csmatson4@yahoo.com

Trista said...

I love proscuitto with melon... I'll have to try adding a splash of balsamic.

Rachel said...

I loved to try this vinegar

Anonymous said...

White balsamic sounds amazing!

gavid1078@uwc.edu

Caitlyn Fritsche said...

I enjoyed reading about the healing and health-related properties of the balsamic. I never knew it could help boost your metabolism and fight obesity. Bring on the Balsamic!! caitlynryan@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would love to taste this balsamic vinegar. Awsome

Anonymous said...

Wow I had no idea there the variety of balsamic vinegar there are available. Hope to taste one someday
h_chapa@sbcglobal.net

Betty said...

mmmm balsamic chocolates. Great website.
bmize2001@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

balsamic chocolate?? YUM!!!! The products look amazing!!! etica_az@yahoo.com

VSB said...

Yummmmm!!! I love balsamic and this one looks so good!

Can't wait to try it :)

phsrah99@aol.com

tadwell said...

Balsamic vinegar is delicious. Balsamic chocolate? Something I can't resist!

Anonymous said...

Great website! Would love to try the balsamic vinegar. What a variety. Losing weight and learning how to cook. It's great to get new ideas.

skaduce@aol.com

Anonymous said...

It is a very nice website. Balsamic Chocolates sound very interesting. I love Balsamic Vinegar so I would love to try Saporoso.

Purrrsiancat@msn.com

Julie said...

I drooled over the pictures on their website! I love dipping french bread into EVOO and Balsamic but need to stay away from gluten now, so good to see a variety of uses for future.

Anonymous said...

Incredible! I had no idea about the many ways to use balsamic.
Cristyn
cristynaquino@att.net

Anonymous said...

I never thought or realized how much went into making of balsamic vinegar! Great video. Makes me want to travel and start using balsamic vinegar more.
You're the best with your inspiring recipes.
Thanks.
Debbie
gordon046@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Yum! I'm going to try out the recipe for Bloody Mary Modenese tonight!!

Tracie
traciek_23@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I loved The House of Balsamic website...
While their pricier aged balsamic vinegars look very interesting there are some lovely ones that are more affordable. Also so some very tasty sounding jellies (and chocolates!!) I will definately be visiting this sight again!!

Anonymous said...

Am I too old fashioned or too "last year" to say that there is nothing better than delicious Balsamic vinegar on fresh, home grown tomatoes? That is undoubtedly my favorite. And having a fine quality vinegar, like Saporoso, is key. Chocolate balsamic? Maybe little crazy for me...but hey....it sounds like it's worth a shot!

cawley1@optonline.net

Stacy said...

Everything looks great! Mmm..chocolate balsamic on pound cake would be phenomenal! Love some good balsamic and olive oil! Thanks Gina!

stacy.graham@gmail.com

ljyoung85 said...

Great giveaway and I like their website, thanks for sharing.

ljyoung85 at gmail.com

Grace said...

The website is beautiful, I loved the photo of the vinegar dripping off someone's hands in silhouette.

grace_carlson@hotmail.com

cheryl said...

Beautiful website, beautiful packaging. If they spent that much time on those details, I can only imagine how wonderful the balsamic is.

k myers said...

Wow-who knew there were so many ways to spice up fruit/dessert with balsamic? My husband loves balsamic, I am learning to like and use it more, so this is a great product for us to try out! Thanks for the website for the "good" stuff! The history is also fascinating...

Airport Girl said...

Very informative website, can't wait to try the House of Balsamic Martini's for my guests this weekend!

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Dee said...

Thanks for all that you do to make food taste so darn good :) Love, love, LOVE Balsamic Vinegar!!!

Anonymous said...

That is a very cool site and fun to look through. I am always looking for great balsalmic vinegars! Thanks for the site!

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Tanya said...

I have just started using balsamic vinegar in the last year and love it! I love the website, I have bookmarked it so I can visit it alot! Great find!

emily said...

I took a look at the website and think the balsamic chocolate looks amazing and would probably make an excellent reduction or glaze.

emilylove@me.com

mandapants said...

My mother has been on a balsamic vinegar KICK and I have finally seen the light! It's amazing drizzled on salads and so much more (as the website shows!). Thanks for sharing!
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Anonymous said...

aged for 12 years--is this vinegar or scotch? I'm very impressed.
Eileen McGrath
dmcgrath3@kc.rr.com

Elizabeth said...

Fancy website for a fancy vinegar! Hope I win!!
elizabeth.thogerson@gmail.com

Bonnie said...

Wow the website is fancy and schmancy!

Anonymous said...

My local grocery stores don't carry the good stuff and its always good o find new ways to use balsamic.

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Bonnie said...

Great website.....lots of facts!!!

http://freckles-fat-be-gone.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Love anything balsamic, looks like sky's the limit on that website! Thanks for sharing. Can't wait to try this brushetta chicken!

Dee
deebee5@optonline.net

Deairdre said...

Very cool website! Loved the recipes. I am definately going to have to try some of them!
Didi
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Anonymous said...

I love balsamic vinegar.I make a few dishes with it and would love to try theirs!! eileen ebaczek@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

wow this is great. I can't believe it can be aged for 100 years!

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Marnely Rodriguez said...

Gorgeous website and this vinegar is a work of art! Amazing!

Michelle Z said...

Well now I want to try the fragolina jelly cause its just fun to say. ;-)

The website looks great. I don't think I've ever owned high quality balsamic vinegar, would love to try it out!

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Anonymous said...

It's amazing to me that they make balsamics that the creator won't get to taste or enjoy in their lifetime... The 50-year one maybe but certainly not the 100-year! Their recipes look AMAZING! Would love to be the winner and get to test a few!
katrina.thomas@hotmail.com

Brittany said...

I had no clue Balsamic was used as a healing agent! I also love the different cuisine recipes....I would love to have a high-quality balsamic in the house! I bet it makes a world of difference in how food tastes.

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Anonymous said...

There's so many delicious looking types of balsamic! Would love to try some!

brittneydanon@gmail.com

Lynn said...

Beautiful website, I want one of everything...

Shally said...

The Honey & Cheese King Prawns recipe looked delicious!

Anonymous said...

I just learned a lot!
hinshelwoodr@bellsouth.net

MKubicz said...

I'm always on the look out for a good balsamic vinegar but never know what to purchase. Their products look fabulous. I'm very curious about the jelly. I think I'm going to have to order it :).
mkubicz@gmail.com

hope said...

Their website is so rich looking and i love the uses for vinegars that we would never have thought of.

The Rosellas said...

I love balsamic vinegar. I now have a new appreciation for it knowing a little bit more about the process. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

What a great find thank you so much! I immediately ordered myself a bottle. I loved the salad recipe on the site where you only use the vinegar as dressing-no oil-a great low fat meal that sounds great! hhoffman7@msn.com

Anonymous said...

I've got some new idea's for using balsamic vinegar :)

lbmadson@msn.com

Sara @ wilson000@comcast.net said...

EWow! I can't believe how many balsamic's there are! I would love to try a variety! Thanks!

gbelladauna said...

Love your recipe and am looking forward to trying more things with Balsamic Vinegar.
gbelladauna@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I want to live/work/be there. What a gorgeous site (sight?).

zaxmom1@bellsouth.net

Anonymous said...

I love balsamic!
Terry SAGA@aol.com

Anonymous said...

The recipes look amazing! Excited to try something new with the products!!
morrisoncyndi@yahoo.com

Bunny said...

Very classy web site would love to win some of this balsamic vinegar. I use a cheaper brand and I just know I would love this.

kami said...

nice site. Liking the recipe ideas found there!

Kimberly said...

I never knew that there were fruit flavored balsamics. They'd probably good over fresh fruit.

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Tricia said...

I would love to try the recipe for fresh fruit and saba! That sounds sooo yummy!!!

Keenan said...

100 year old balsamic vinegar - I can't imagine how marvelous that must taste!

keenan dot grigg@citadel dot edu

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