Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe came from my husband's Great Aunt Willa. I found it in a family cookbook dated from 1964. To suit personal tastes, you may wish to adjust the amount of olive oil or add a little sweetener of your choice.. Aunt Willa has long passed,but her simple recipe stands the test of time.


  1. Combine all ingredients.
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4 5

A true classic that allows you to get lots of flavor without over dressing your salad, found this to be a wonderful contrast to the very sweet little tomatoes in the salad. I cut the recipe down to quarter cup because it was just the two of us and made using white wine vinegar. Thanks for the post.

4 5

This was very easy to throw together...I felt that the olive oil really stood out...I would use less of it next time...I served it over a nice tossed salad...thanks for posting it...=)

I did enjoy this dressing, but had to make some changes. I added more olive oil,as it was too tart for my taste and added some honey too. Had it with a nice green salad. Thanks!