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What is the difference between French dressing on your salad and Italian dressing?

I mean, they taste the same. So what's the difference?

This came up in a quick-fire exchange with the esteemed 'chef' at the Brewer's Arms this
lunchtime when he was serving up a rather mean 'Mozarella Toasted Sarnie with Salad Garnish'.

(Gosh, is there no limit to the earth-shattering topics we discuss in the Brewer's Arms?).

Tasted brilliant but even he didn't know the answer to the question so I thought I'd ask you.

What is the difference beteween French dressing on your salad and Italian dressing?

I mean, in Italy they don't even have Italian dressing!

They just plonk some bottles of olive oil, vinegar and some Balsamic on your table and let you
get on with it.

So how do you tell the difference between French and Italian dressing?
"I live in hope"

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Re: What's the difference between French dressing on your salad and...
« Reply #1 on: 22 November, 2010, 12:56:39 PM »
French dressing on your salad means squirting a liquid based on bad wine all over it.

Whereas Italian dressing usually involves big bills and names like Armani...    lmao