Adding a tablespoon of vinegar to poaching water will help eggs to set.
When steaming broccoli, try adding a couple of tablespoons of vinegar to the water, the evaporating acetic acid will help to set the color.
If you're stuck with some wilted salad greens, just add a bit of white vinegar to the saoking water and in no time they will be revived.
Equal parts vinegar and water make a righteous glass cleaner. Wipe dry with crunpled newspaper and your glass will be streak-free.
Clean your copper cookware. Dissolve a teaspoon of salt in a cup of white vinegar and stir in enough all-purpose floour to create a thick paste. Rub this on the bottoom of your copper ware, wait fifteen minutes, rinse and dry. Looks new.
Since acetic acid is great at killing bacteria, molds and viruses white vinegar is ideal for cleaning and disinfecting your cutting boards.
A teaspoon of vinegar can radically improve a chocolate cake batter.
Malt vinegar on frys - go try it.
Thanks to Alton Brown from his book Good Eats The Middle Years 2.