Store-bought salad dressings are an automatic shortcut for many cooks. But with their sweeteners and stabilizers, they aren't worthy of a well-made salad, whether your tastes run to iceberg and romaine or mizuna and mesclun. And — revolutionary notion ahead — they aren’t really more convenient than a basic vinaigrette like this one, made in big batches from real ingredients, which can also live happily and indefinitely in your refrigerator door. (Photo: The New York Times)
Honey Dijon Dressing! An upgrade from classic Honey Mustard dressing, this version features a complex blend of ginger, garlic and honey– an unexpected combination that makes my taste buds rejoice with each bite.
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