Is there anything that needs to be said about Ranch Dressing? It turns out there are a couple interesting facts. First of all, I’ll be the first to poo poo this gloop for negating all the vitamins in your salad and crudités. This 2005 quote from Slate says it well, “the […]
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Classic Caesar Dressing
The Classic Caesar Dressing is so easy to make at home that there’s no reason to buy a bottle. So easy in fact that a blender just gets in the way. Of course this recipe includes egg yolks and the mandatory anchovies for maximum richness and umami. The original Caesar […]
Easy Caesar Dressing
Using store bought mayonnaise makes for a super Easy Caesar Dressing. Plus you don’t have to worry about anchovies and raw egg yolks. This comes together in 5-7 minutes with stuff you probably already have. While writing this recipe for Classic Caesar Dressing I thought there’s probably a bunch of […]
Summer Pasta Salad with Lemon Honey Vinaigrette
What cookout is complete without a myriad of colorful healthy salads?! Pasta and vegetables are brought together with lemon, honey, mint and feta in this dish that screams Eat Me! Serve alongside barbecued ribs or burgers to brighten up your table. Or just make this for a random weeknight dinner […]
Lemon and Tarragon Dressing
This lemon and tarragon dressing will work on light salads, fish, and in veggie wraps. An immersion blender makes quick work on this dressing in less than five minutes.
Marjoram and Mint Vinaigrette
Marjoram and Mint Vinaigrette goes great on light salads, pasta and pork.
This salad dressing comes from one of my favorite cookbooks, The Frog Commissary Cookbook. This IS the dressing you’ve been looking for. It can be used on everything from a mixed green salad, steamed broccoli, potato salad, a grilled chicken sandwich, or a topping for a pan roasted salmon fillet. […]
I couldn’t tell you the last time I bought salad dressing. My go-to is a nice bottle of olive oil used exclusively for dressings and either red vinegar, lemon or grapefruit juices. Often I’ll use dijon or tahini as an emulsifier. Generally, I like my dressings light and simple so […]