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The Wall Street Journal over the weekend ran a nice little feature that almost made me regret throwing out a dusty bottle of white balsamic vinegar I don't even remember buying (on expense account, obviously, if it would cost $7 to replace). Different chefs cited their favorite vinegars, and the message was one every home cook needs to hear: Acid will elevate your cooking. I'm not quite as overinvested in vinegar as in salts, but we do have an array, each indispensable, from the cheapest (cider vinegar) to the priciest (expense-account Minus 8 ).
“Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels.
It is an interesting concept and still holds valid as a potential prophecy some 85 years later. Although so many aspects of our modern society are unassuming miracles of technology (Facebook, satnav, hedge funds) the more visually memorable things like flying cars, metropolis stacks and Jean-Paul Gaultier police uniforms are what I still dream of. The world of Back to the Future II is an indelible print on my young filmic soul and so I can’t help but be seduced by the thought that these dreams have been floating in the global consciousness for so long.