Made from heirloom tomatoes and aged 20 years, it’s tangy and smoky and will add a hint of summer to your winter salads, soups, stews, and marinades,
Monroeville, AL (PRWEB) January 22, 2013
Southern Skillet Vinegar’s heirloom tomato flavor “stands out from the rest,” according to this month’s issue of Fine Cooking magazine, which features the Alabama boutique vinegar in its Great Finds section.
“Made from heirloom tomatoes and aged 20 years, it’s tangy and smoky and will add a hint of summer to your winter salads, soups, stews, and marinades,” raves Layla Schlack, associate editor of Fine Cooking, the print and digital trove of tips, tricks, and guidelines for avid cooks from beginner to gourmet.
Sales of Southern Skillet Vinegar’s tomato variety have tripled since the enthusiastic review was published, much to the delight of company Director of Sales, Virginia Sutton. “We’re shipping our remaining supplies as fast as these orders are coming in, and we are so thrilled to be featured in Fine Cooking, a gorgeous magazine that celebrates the simplicity, elegance, and variety that echoes our own philosophy of preparing great Southern meals."
The Alabama-based company releases small batches of vinegars once a year, and when those bottles are gone, they’re gone until the next year’s batch is ready to be hand bottled in June, as long as fate and family farms allow.
“We hope cooks will fall in love with our tomato vinegar and come back for one of our other fine Southern Skillet Vinegar varieties: satsuma, sugar cane, muscadine, and blueberry,” says Sutton.
Find Southern Skillet Vinegars at gourmet markets near you and at http://www.amazon.com.