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Thousand Island Dressing III

Submitted by: Patty Hern 
A spicy version of Thousand Island, using chili sauce instead of ketchup. This is best if left to sit in the frig for several hours. 
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Thousand Island Dressing Mastered

Submitted by: emmysdad 
Make your own Thousand Island dressing that is perfect for fish, reubens, or salad that the whole family will love. 
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Ed's Thousand Island Dressing

Submitted by: Ed Canipelli 
Home Town: Jacksonville, Florida, USA
Living In: Lilburn, Georgia, USA
This recipe for Thousand Island dressing gets a kick from the addition of black olives and red jalapeno. 
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Thousand Island Dressing I

Submitted by: Cheryl 
Play with the ingredients to develop a dressing that meets your tastes. You can use between 1 and 2 tablespoons of ketchup, or substitute relish for the chopped dill pickle. Use your imagination! 
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Thousand Island Dressing II

Submitted by: Sue 
Simple recipe with mayonnaise, ketchup, and sweet pickle relish. I made this in restaurant quantities and broke it down. You may have to play with it to suit your tastes. 
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Not Thousand Island Dressing

Submitted by: Mike Harvey, daPITA 
Home Town: Battle Creek, Michigan, USA
Living In: Climax, Michigan, USA
This recipe for Thousand Island Dressing is anything but usual, and is perfect for your next Reuben sandwich or grilled bratwurst. 
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Bill's Blue Cheese Dressing

Submitted by: William 
This is the BEST I have ever tasted, but not for the fat conscious. 
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Russian Salad Dressing

Submitted by: KEN WILLIAMS 
Creamy and tangy, this classic Russian salad dressing melds tomato ketchup and smooth mayonnaise with a little vinegar for kick. 
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Creamy Italian Dressing II

Submitted by: CHRISTYJ 
Living In: Eureka, California, USA
This smooth and creamy dressing has the pungency of lemon juice and red wine vinegar and the sweet spiciness of oregano and garlic. 
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Authentic Green Goddess Dressing

Submitted by: THELASTBARON 
Home Town: Berlin-Neukoelln (Rixdorf), Berlin, Germany
Living In: Stowe, Vermont, USA
This has the taste of yesterday updated to meet today's palates. I love this dressing and it was one of two signature dressings I used as the executive chef at a Washington, D.C. seafood restaurant. Great stuff. Don't be put off by the use of anchovy paste; it is not noticeable and the dressing is very memorable. Works especially well as a Caesar substitute! 
 
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