Definition of Italian dressing
1. Noun. A vinaigrette with garlic and herbs: oregano and basil and dill.
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Literary usage of Italian dressing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cookbook for Men Whose Wives Don't Cook by Christopher Hamilton (2006)
"What you'll need: — Chicken breasts — Italian dressing — Barbeque sauce This ... Marinate your chicken in Italian dressing for as little as 10 minutes, ..."
2. He Knew He was Right by Anthony Trollope (1869)
"He was dressed in a bright Italian dressing-gown, or woollen paletot, —Italian, as having been bought in Italy, though, doubtless, it had come from France ..."
3. The Musical World (1877)
"But the idiosyncracy of the opera is such, and the goblin legend is so purely national, that it cannot be disguised either by French or Italian dressing-up. ..."
4. Mrs. Rorer's Vegetable Cookery and Meat Substitutes by Sarah Tyson Heston Rorer (1909)
"Use French or Italian dressing. MOCK CHICKEN SALAD Cut cold left-over mock turkey or chicken into cubes; mix with this half the quantity of crisp celery cut ..."
5. The New Practical Housekeeping: A Compilation of New, Choice and Carefully by Estelle Woods Wilcox (1890)
"Some season the lettuce with Italian dressing before dishing. If salmon is boiled purposely for salad it can be made into neater slices by cutting before ..."
6. Economical Cookery by Marion Harris Neil (1918)
"Chill and shake well before using on any green salad. Italian dressing 1 clove garlic 1 teaspoon salt i teaspoon paprika 1 tablespoon thick tomato i ..."
7. The Malone Cook Book by Mrs George Hawkins (1917)
"Use with lettuce or apples on lettuce. Mr. Spaulding. Italian dressing.— One-half teaspoon of salt, mashed clove of garlic, ..."