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Blue Cheese [and Buttermilk] Salad Dressing from Alton Brown

Dinner was to be salad and the salad was almost ready. But the salad was naked, undressed. “Find me a buttermilk dressing,” Suzen said. She speaks, I obey. It just works better that way. I did a little Googling, and found “the recipe.” This recipe appears on many, many sites, most of which do graciously…

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Spanish Turkey Stuffing with Fruit, Nuts, Sausage and Pork

I always remember how Rod Serling would introduce an episode of The Twilight Zone. “For your consideration,” he would say. Well, this recipe is “for your consideration.” In the holiday season, at least one turkey may appear on your table. Stuffing or dressing, whether cooked in the bird or in a casserole, is just about…

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Creamy Maple Syrup Dressing

  You always want delicious. To achieve delicious and have it be super simple is quite extraordinary. There are times when the ordinary vinaigrette, though splendid, becomes a tad boring. And there are times when a cheese dip for your crudité is just too “same old thing.” We owe thanks, therefore, to the Ontario Maple…

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Thousand Island Dressing

m4s0n501   No, that’s not my usual high definition picture. I don’t happen to have a bottle of Kraft dressing around, actually. Suzen and I live on a make-from-scratch basis. So, the next time we want Thousand Island Dressing, we’ll use the recipe below from Virgil’s Barbecue in Time Square. The Virgil’s team scoured the…

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