a tasty french salad dressing that never separates! this dressing won a prize. it keeps well for weeks in the refrigerator. and what a great hostess gift in a pretty glass jar with a label and the recipe handwritten on an index or recipe card. add the dressing to a basket with some salad ingredients if you like. add a few daisies, or other flowers from your garden to the basket for a nice presentation, just before leaving. dampen the ends of the flower stems with cool water and wrap them in foil before placing them in the basket.
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