That said, I do not particularly care for the label on Hendrickson's salad dressing. In fact, I found it so unattractive that I almost passed on it when my mom offered it to me for my salad.
And, I'm glad I didn't. Yum. It's unbelieveably delicious. We always have a bottle on hand. Plus, this 80 year-old recipe is made with natural ingredients, is fat, wheat and gluten free and Kosher.
So, I put it on the salad we made last night. I started with a few handfuls of different lettuces from my garden - washed, chopped and placed in a big salad bowl.
Ryan seared wild salmon on the stove top with a dash of Penzey's Sunny Paris and Herbes de Provence and plated it alongside the salad. It was such a simple meal, I didn't even think to take a picture until I was half way through dinner.