Garden & Gun Chats Up Southern Skillet Vinegars

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Southern Skillet Vinegars’ Virginia Sutton shares the story of her family’s boutique wine vinegars with Garden & Gun writer Jed Portman in this week’s Southern Pantry feature on the popular magazine's website.

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Sutton charms her way through the interview as she explains the difference between flavor-infused vinegars and the all-natural, truly aged fruit wine vinegars made from Gulf Coast family farms for which Southern Skillet is rapidly being recognized.

Southern Skillet Vinegars’ Virginia Sutton shares the story of her family’s boutique wine vinegars with Garden and Gun writer Jed Portman in this week’s Southern Pantry Blog.

Sutton charms her way through the interview as she explains the difference between flavor-infused vinegars and the all-natural, truly aged fruit wine vinegars made from Gulf Coast family farms for which Southern Skillet Vinegar is rapidly being recognized.

Stock your pantry early with the June 1, 2013 release of Muscadine, Blueberry, Satsuma, Sugarcane, and Heirloom Tomato. Southern Skillet Vinegars launched their 2012 batch of boutique vinegars last summer, and the most popular varieties were sold out by Christmas.

Nationally recognized chefs share their secrets for cooking with Southern Skillet Vinegars on the company’s website, SouthernSkilletVinegar.com. Wilting in the heat? Try Tasia Malakasis’ recipe for Frisee with Lardons and Baked Chevre de Provence, or create your own vinaigrette for a cool summer salad.

Southern Skillet Vinegars are natural, vegan and raw, made solely from local, vine-ripe fruits, with no artificial flavors, ethanol, or enhancers. For more information, including details about cooking with individual varieties and an expanding array of national retailers who carry Southern Skillet Vinegars, visit SouthernSkilletVinegar.com.

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