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  • Love the little relationship advice. It’s so true… and oh beautiful composition on the photo of the raspberry salad dressing.

    July 29, 2010
  • Congrats on making the the top 9 too !! Stunning photo!

    July 11, 2010
  • If there’s vinegar, you can’t call it a sauce.

    The post is fun and so true these days…And not that it is exactly on point, but from the “what is wrong with men” chapter- did you notice there are men who list their bday on facebook but not their birth year? Weird!

    July 11, 2010
    • Hi Andra –

      Thanks for “what’s wrong with men” addition…I think it’s especially funny that guys ride us when we won’t give our birth year, yet they think they can be all coy about it without us picking up on it.

      Actually, there are several sauces that have vinegars in them from Cantonese sweet and sour sauce that uses rice wine vinegar, to sriracha sauce, tobasco and bbq sauce.

      July 11, 2010
  • what a perfect dressing and I love your list!!
    congrats on making the the top 9!!

    July 11, 2010
    • Thanks Dennis!

      July 11, 2010
  • Hello. I love raspberries and blueberries and both types of dressing the same way. Lately, I was experimenting a bit with some forest fruits dressings, and this balsamic sauce. It goes great with salads, certainly, and with cold meat.
    I bookmarked your recipe for a thick dressing with addition of some flour – it must go very well with meat dishes.
    Congratulations for top9.
    Have a nice Sunday!

    July 11, 2010
    • Thanks Magdalena – I like the sound of your forest fruits and balsamic sauce.

      So far this raspberry vinaigrette/sauce has made it onto chicken and salad. Tonight it’s going over sockeye salmon. So versatile.

      July 11, 2010
  • Well Raspberry is my favorite on anything but normally when I buy them they dont make it to the recipe, since I can almost drink this one I’d be with you Pam slathering it on everything wonderful recipe~

    July 10, 2010
    • Claudia – it took a lot of restraint for me to not just gobble up the raspberries and actually get them into the food processor. But I’ve been fortunate that this year the berries have been very good, and plentiful, so I still had some to just pop into my mouth.

      July 11, 2010
  • The Housewife

    The picture of the sauce is so amazing.. the vibrant color really comes through! Nice post and a great recipe!

    July 10, 2010
    • Thanks for the kind words! :)

      July 11, 2010
  • What about a guy like me who spends more than 30mins getting and ready and still stinks and wears a beer stained t-shirt anyway (that took me 36 mins to choose– as I have to try on all my beer stained t-shirts)? Whaddaya think of us? GREG

    July 09, 2010
    • Greg – Oh yeah…WE HATE THAT TOO! ;)

      July 09, 2010
  • Such a lovely picture I want to drink that sauce. I mean vinaigrette. I have a preference for raspberries over blueberries too. (But, those darn blueberries are higher in antioxidants.)

    July 08, 2010
    • Andrea – Oh, I eat my fair share of the blueberries too ;) . I’m glad you like the picture. The vinaigrette/sauce is so good. I’ve been slathering it on everything – even my breakfast mueslix.

      July 08, 2010
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Joni Wilson Berryman and pammy b. pammy b said: A Raspberry Vinaigrette and Identity Crisis http://goo.gl/fb/QEnfE #cleaninspired #easyrecipe #fruit #glutenfree [...]

    July 08, 2010

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