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    June 30, 2013
  • Mike

    by the way, i was joking. I have word issues as you can see.

    July 13, 2011
    • Sorry for the confusion. In the future I promise to try and keep my multiple personalities in check and not allow them to write a post at the same time. I’m glad to hear that you liked the “normal one’s” recipe though. You’ll probably be relieved to hear that I don’t have children to pass these phrases on to. :)

      July 13, 2011
      • Mike

        Pamela. You are clearly a better person than I am. I am glad you took my comments as a joke as well. My friend read them and said I sounded more than a little scary. That’s the problem with joking around in writing. It seems all funny as I visualize the intensity of the comments about salad dressing but now can see how in writing they seem a bit Darth-Vader-in-a-bad-mood-ish. You’d be a great mother if you are interested in recipes and cooking, despite the “waxing poetic” and ………..My God I cant stop myself from being drawn down the dark road! It is like an illness! I think my mother would have said to me “whats it like to be so perfect?”. Bloody hell, it is like using my own sword on myself.

        Thanks again.

        July 13, 2011
        • Well Mike, good friends will let you know when you’ve ventured into stalker mode (bad friends won’t tell you but will tell the reporters that they’ve seen strange behavior in you for years…so they aren’t surprised when something bad happens to you), so keep those friends of youra around – they’re good friends. :)

          I actually found your comments to be funny, which is why I responded the way that I did. I hope you’ll stick around for more of my literary nonsense and culinary genius ( ;) ). Please leave a comment whenever you like. I enjoy your company.

          July 15, 2011
      • Mike

        Aaaaaaand (not done yet)………..funnily enough both friends who read the comments said they had written down the recipe as it sounded quite good and simple. There you go. You know you have reached out and touched some people – one in the UK, one in Germany, the other in Canada. Job well done.

        July 13, 2011
  • Mike

    Good recipe but you should stop talking like a fruitcake (sorry, but my mom was old school and used “nuttier than a fruitcake” etc so i picked it up). What the hell with “waxing poetic”, “being remiss”, “confessing undying love for herbs” and (worst of all) “yummy”. Thank God you didnt say “drizzle” or the paramedics would be using the paddles on me and doing CPR right now getting ready to notify next of kin. Great sense of humor joking about Sound of Music (Maria was hot) but knock it off with the other stuff – the contrast of cool and dork was confusing. It is as if it was written by 2 different people; one cool, one fruitcake dork who lives to take their kids to soccer and make dressings. Again, great dressing but get a grip; it is embarrassing.

    July 13, 2011
  • My reader is filled with awesome recipes this morning… and now I see this – my week is now complete!!! I love dill and this dressing would be terrific on so many things – salads, fish, shellfish, chicken….. heck, it would probably be good just slathered on my fingers!!!

    May 16, 2011
    • Yeah, I’ve been putting it on all kinds of things. I’m totally in love with the color.

      May 16, 2011
  • great dressing and good advice made me smile

    May 15, 2011
  • Just planted some dill in my garden. This dressing looks and sounds so enticing, I can’t wait the few weeks till those darn seeds blossom. Think I’m going to have to go buy some at the store so I can make a huge salad with this dressing.

    May 13, 2011
  • Love that first photo… This looks like such a fresh spring dressing!

    May 12, 2011
  • Yesterday, I was looking through a stack of pages I had cut from magazines. I have a page or two from Food and Wine with several salad dressings from Bobby Flay. This wasn’t one of them, but maybe salad dressing is his new niche. I do love dill, so I have to try this while I still have some in my garden!

    May 12, 2011

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