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The posting of this recipe is a result of a fun bit of sleuthing on my part, on Thanksgiving Day, 2009. A member of Zaar had lost her original recipe, which her Mother-In-Law had made and was beloved by her son. Every recipe she tried did not yield the same results so she asked for help in locating it in the Q & A forums. Several days of Internet searches by various members couldn't locate teh recipe. Fortunately, I have a 1927 cookbook at home and spent the last hour having a ball, trying to figure out "what in the world" would that fruit salad and dressing be called. How about "Fruit Salad Dressing"? LOL According to this cookbook from The Culinary Institute of Chicago, this recipe was called "Fruit Cocktail De Luxe" and was meant to be served at Ladies Luncheons over a bed of "crisp lettuce leaves on a glass plate". I can see a coterie of primly dressed ladies, all with white cotton gloves and netted hats, demurely sitting in stiff backed chairs, delicately dining on this fruit cocktail "de-luxe". Bless their wee cotton gloves! Note: Variations on the dressing are listed in Directions.
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Serving Size: 1 (2199 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
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