Salad dressings are tops in versatility

Rush-Hour Remedies

May 26, 1999|By Joanne E. Morvay

* Item: Whole Foods Salad Dressings

* What you get: 10 ounces

* Cost: About $2.40

* Preparation time: Pour straight from bottle

* Review: Armed with recipes from the Whole Foods Web site, I made a trip to Fresh Fields in Mount Washington to find these salad dressings. It was worth the effort. I have found few products as versatile as these -- all of which taste as if you whisked them up yourself. The Roasted Garlic Ranch tasted great over a salad that included portobello mushrooms, olives and mozzarella. The Honey Mustard had just the right amount of tanginess in potato salad. The Sesame Garlic (made with tahini, soy sauce and lemon juice) perked up a warm entree salad of cooked broccoli and chicken. And the Orange Ginger Vinaigrette took a pedestrian fruit salad to new levels.

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