An delicate onion-y vinegar made from the blossoms of the common chive plant.
Cut stems from chive blossoms and rinse to remove any dirt or cohabitants. Pat dry or spin in a salad spinner to remove excess water. Place blossoms in the jar.
After a week or so, strain the vinegar (I used two strainers nested, but a strainer and cheesecloth works) and discard the blossoms. Using a funnel, pour your vinegar into a clear jar or bottle. Enjoy!
Use to make salad dressings in place of regular vinegar. Keeps very well in a dark, cool place.