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What Kind Of Salad Dressing Do You Prefer?
Apr 24 2007 • By
Holy smokes! It might just be because I am pregnant but Kroger makes THE BEST Olive Oil and Vinegar Dressing I have ever had. I must have it everyday at this point. Also for .94 cents a bottle, its a steal!
jalapeno lime blue cheese *SOOOO*GOOD*
Gotta love Olive Oil & Vinegar!
how can ranch not even be on there. hahaha. i put it on everything.
When I'm at home I'd rather make my own Thousand Island / olive Oil and vinegar dressing. In restaurants I would much rather choose something innocent and more common such as caesar or blue cheese because it can go so wrong, depending on the chef. And I've been deceived a couple of times and tasted the most horrible, sour vinegar ever. Never again.. :D
BTW, Cheesecake Factory's Balsamic Vinaigrette dressing is soo good!
Italian for my healthy days, mayonnaise for the worst ones.
I more often like eating my salads without dressing (and I get looked at weird by my friends for it. bah!) But, when ever I do feel like some extra flavour, I like going with bleu cheese or some vinegarette
Italian all the way!
Italian all the way!
for warm salads - olive oil and vinegar (with a stirfry mushroom salad, this is to die for!) cold salads - caesar/thousand island
Italian or Balsamic I'm not too crazy about Ranch with my salad, but definitely for dipping
Italian is My fav-I also like several on this list!
RANCH Is The Best!!
When I'm not watching what I eat Caesar but any other time I always go for low fat Italian.
Oh greek dressing rocks but also just plain olive oil and vinegar will do.
I love greek dressing...yum!!
I change up-I like some on this list. I have my own recipe for some.
There's so much you can do with a simple mix of e.v. olive oil and red wine vinegar. Add a dash of salt, crack some pepper, mince some shallots, squeeze some lemon juice in...and you have the perfect addition to simple salads as well as composed ones...Mmm!
Sesame-Ginger. I'm going to try out some recipes I found on line
good news...i found the recipe in my sent box and posted it as a blog. enjoy everyone!
How could I ever just pick one?
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