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This recipe is what I always imagined Lancaster County food to be like. Absolutely incredible! All of the flavors from ingredients used are wonderful together. I did not skimp and use light mayonnaise on this batch of dressing, but I will experiment the next time. It might not be the same taste, so I will just have to experiment. Thanks so much WJ for posting this wonderful, delightful dressing recipe.
I'm sorry I didn't like it....I tried to....but ended up throwing it and my salad out....I had such high hopes...
ok, so I must say that when my husband told me he found and was going to make this recipe..I gagged. I HATE mustard. And I really am not fond of vinegar either. But my oh my, how pleasing to the taste buds!! I brought it to a party the other day and it was a HIT! YUMMY! Thank you so much for sharing, I love so many of your recipes!!
Very good. I used half an onion and omitted the mayonnaise. I will be making this often.
A wonderful, easy to make salad dressing. Will be making this recipe part of my regular repertoire.
YES! This is wonderful. What took me so long to start making my own dressings? There is no comparing. LOL I want to have company to serve this to!
OHHH, WOW! This is such a wonderful taste! I was brought up on a dairy farm in southern Lancaster Co. and I can't say I ever had this one before, but it surely suits my taste perfectly! I did use liquid Stevia instead of sugar, and a little less onion than the recipe states. Thanks, W J King!
WOW! Great dressing.I made it exactly except I halved the recipe. Worked great. I don't buy dressing anymore, so this will go into our make again file. Thanks WJKING. I will be browsing through your Lancaster recipes too!
KNOW WHAT?? I HAD to re-review this salad dressing. It rocks and is now my favorite dressing. It tastes better and better each day. Thank you, thank you for the recipe.