A June Morning

 

Chive blossoms are such a beautiful color.  My mother used to make chive blossom vinegar and set the jars along the window sill.  A dazzlement.  This morning, to celebrate the sunshine, I made some too.  And put it in my window.

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3 thoughts on “A June Morning

  1. Leigh Duncan

    Do you simply soak the blossoms in vinegar? Gorgeous colors.

  2. Pretty much, Leigh. (Sorry I misspelled your name the other day!) You can pack them in a jar more tightly than I did here, but I didn’t want to take all of them.

  3. That is really pretty … 🙂 I’ve never heard of doing this before. How do you use the chive-vinegar?

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