The chives we grew from seed last year came back much stronger this year - with lots of pretty chive blossoms! After seeing multiple recipes online for chive blossom vinegar, we decided we had to try making it.
Like all flavored vinegars, making chive blossom vinegar is pretty easy - we just put a big handful of chive blossoms into a quart or so of vinegar. We used regular white vinegar because we have a huge jug of it for pickling, but I bet it would be really nice with champagne vinegar or white wine vinegar.
After two weeks (and a nice chive bouquet), it was done. Don't let the pretty pink color fool you - it's too delicious not to eat! It has a really nice flavor that will be tasty in all kinds of things. And all from little seeds we planted in our garden!