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Since we have been trying to eat more salads, I am always looking for a different way to eat those greens (spring mix from the garden). When the peaches came in I thought I would like to try this dressing and then put peaches and candied walnuts or almonds in the salad. I really thought something with honey, vinegar, and olive oil would be great. I was a little leery of the basil, but since I have it in the garden I thought I would give it a chance. I did misread the honey amount and put in 1 T instead, but we liked it this way and I will probably put that amount in from now on. My husband said at first he wasn't sure about it, but by the 3rd bite he liked it. If you are afraid of the basil- just leave it out. Thanks for a new way to use those peaches and eat those greens!

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Chef likestocook July 12, 2009

This was very nice. I put some fried chicken over some bagged salad, and just this dressing. When peaches are in season again, I will definitely make this again.

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~Bliss~ October 23, 2006

This was sooo good. I added just a touch of splenda as the recipe suggested and served it with mixed greens, sliced peaches, and candied walnuts. What a delicious lunch!

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cookiedog September 16, 2006
Basil Peach Salad Dressing.