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Warm Lemon-Dijonette Dressing

Warm Lemon-Dijonette Dressing

Raw, roasted, sautéed or grilled, vegetables almost always taste better when drizzled with a little dressing. While a cold, creamy topping is a sure fit with crisp salads, something warm may work better with a steaming serving of greens or other vegg ...
Fig-Infused Harvest Glaze

Fig-Infused Harvest Glaze

Honey glazes are sweet and maple glazes taste great – but when your dish calls for something a bit different, this gourmet fig-infused glaze is the way to go. It makes the perfect savory drizzle for roasted vegetables, crisp greens and so much ...
Porcini Mushroom Dressing

Porcini Mushroom Dressing

Cold, crisp lettuce isn’t the only food that beckons for a drizzle of dressing. Tender steamed veggies, a bowl of fluffy quinoa, plain pasta, or a chunk of crusty bread—all instantly transform from blah to bravo with a tiny bit of a tempting to ...
Homemade Balsamic-Basil Dijonette

Homemade Balsamic-Basil Dijonette

You’ve chopped, sliced, diced and assembled a stunning fresh salad. So why top it with factory-made dressing that sat in a plastic bottle on a store shelf for weeks – maybe months –before landing in your pantry? With a few simple ingredients — ...
Champagne Vinaigrette

Champagne Vinaigrette

No need to brace yourself for a loud popping sound. This champagne vinaigrette is made with champagne vinegar, a light-colored and crisp-flavored vinegar that’s slightly reminiscent of real champagne and makes a refreshing substitute for white wine v ...