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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Wish-Bone Review and Giveaway

This is a compensated review from BlogHer and Wish-Bone

“Delicious as a dressing, Remarkable as a Marinade” - Get More out of your Dressing.

I've been making a concerted effort to get dinner on the table and eat as a family lately, but this time of year is hard since we're gone a lot with sports practices and end of the school year activities. I need something I can fix without a lot of preparation time, but that isn't the same old thing each day.

Additionally, with the weather getting warmer (at least some days, anyway) it's time for some lighter fare and I learned about some great salad ideas from Wish-Bone.

When I was growing up, we had a salad at just about every dinner, and it was always in those wooden salad bowls. Wish-Bone was the only salad dressing I knew of, and as far as I knew there was Italian and French and we had it on lettuce, carrots and radishes when they were in season. I wasn't until later I found out about "exotic" flavors such as Thousand Island and Russian, but those went on lettuce, too.

Now, there's so many great Wish-Bone Dressing products and so much more you can create and use it for such as marinades, sandwiches and lots of different salads beyond just lettuce. As a matter of fact, each Wish-Bone Salad Dressing bottle comes with a recipe right on it.

I received a variety of Wish-Bone products and we (OK, OK, Busy Girl did it)

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made (there's a reason I'm not a food stylist) Mandarin Chicken Salad:

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Creamy Red Potato Salad:

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Easy Mediterranean Pasta Salad:

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They all turned out great!

The Mandarin Chicken Salad has an unexpected combination of ranch dressing and orange marmalade, and it really works for the salad. It wasn't as big of a kid favorite as the other two recipes, but the adults loved it.

Potato Salad is it's own food group here in the South, and the Creamy Red Potato Salad did not disappoint, the whole family gave it a thumb's up. It has simple ingredients and didn't take long to prepare. I will probably add a little more mustard to it next time, but it won't be in the fridge for long!

The Easy Mediterranean Pasta Salad is Busy Girl's personal favorite and the rest of us aren't allowed in it. However, I did sneak some, it's great and hearty enough for a meal. There's not a carbohydrate that is safe from my 12 year old son, so I venture a guess that it won't be around long, either.

THE CONTEST!

Enter for a chance to win a $100 Grocery Gift Card and a Wish-Bone prize pack (valued $46.10).

Wish-Bone can do more than just dress up your salad, what's your favorite way to use Wish-Bone dressing? (Will you cook it for me?)


To enter, leave me a comment below telling us about how you use Wish-Bone Salad Dressing - or you may leave a link to your post on your own blog in the comments below. The contest will begin at May 18, 2009, 9:00 a.m. PST and will end June 30, 2009, 5:00 p.m. PST. Make sure that the e-mail address you leave is correct.

Rules:

* No duplicate comments.
* You may receive an additional entry by linking on twitter and leaving a link in the comments.
* You may receive an additional entry by blogging about this contest and leaving a link in the comments.
* This giveaway is open to US residents; 18 and over
* Winners will be selected via random draw using a random number generator, and will notified by e-mail.
* You have 48 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
* Please see the official rules here: http://www.blogher.com/wish-bone-official-sweepstakes-rules

Check out the other BlogHer Reviewer's Wish-Bone recipes successes and enter for an additional chance to win a $100 Grocery Gift Card and Wish-Bone prize back at the BlogHer Special Offers Page.


Upgrade your salads with Wish-Bone® Dressings. Visit the Wish-Bone site for great recipe ideas for your family.


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  • I like to marinate chicken with the italian dressing. Thanks for the contest!
    tcmcgarvey at hotmail dot com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 7:22 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • Wish Bone Italian dressing is THE ONLY salad dressing my husband (and the rest of his family for the record) will use. Before I met my husband, I used to use that same dressing and marinate my chicken in it. djw209 at gmail.com

    By Blogger Dana, At 8:32 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • I just sent out a tweet!!

    http://twitter.com/DJW209/statuses/1859125957

    By Blogger Dana, At 8:51 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • we love a great stir-fry every now and then with or without meat.

    It's easy to make with Wishbone Light Italian dressing.

    Combine 1/2 cup Wishbone Light Italian salad dressing, 1 Tablespoon soy sauce, and 2 tsp. ground ginger. Add to your stir-fried meat and vegetables.

    Serve over rice or even as a wrap.

    By Blogger Princess Golden Hair, At 8:53 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • I blogged about this give away!

    http://djw209.blogspot.com/2009/05/wish-bone.html

    By Blogger Dana, At 9:03 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • The Italian dressing is great to marinate pork chops in before grilling them.
    Or, as a kid, we had shake & bake pork chops, then used the Italian dressing as a dipping sauce.

    nashvegas37211(at)yahoo(dot)com

    By Blogger nashvegas, At 10:29 AM, May 20, 2009  

  • We use it on salads alot but I also like to marinate with it. I marinate beef, chicken and chops with Italian or Viniagrette. It adds great flavor to the meat.

    pamelalee [at] winn-dixie [dot] com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 2:22 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • i'm a fan of marinades on anything: chicken, beef, fish. flavors don't matter, just a complement to whatever the side of the evening happens to be.
    Wish Bone is the tastiest!

    By Blogger mar, At 3:39 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • Okay, I'm boring. I do happen to use salad dressing mostly on salad. But I love Wish Bone Ranch dressing-- it's been a wonderful addition to my low-carb lifestyle for years.

    By Blogger kmg365, At 3:56 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use Wish Bone dressing on my salds. My husband uses the Ranch dressing on everything, pizza rolls, salads, even cheese sticks.

    By Blogger Estelle, At 4:27 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I love dressing on my salads and that is what I will use t for!

    By Blogger Harriett, At 4:37 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use it to marinate fish and chicken.

    By Blogger Pat, At 4:40 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use french dressing on potatoes

    By Blogger 1agordon, At 4:56 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use Wish-Bone Italian Dressing to marinate chicken breasts before grilling, and of course, my entire family loves Wish-Bone Dressings on their salads!

    By Blogger cdziuba, At 5:08 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • Tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/1864163467

    By Blogger cdziuba, At 5:09 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use it to marinate all my meat including beef and pork.

    By Blogger kathy, At 5:34 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I marinade chicken in italian dressing and lime juice and a little honey. Yumm. The chicken tastes fantastic.

    By Blogger malleycc, At 5:52 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I love to use Wishbone Italian to marinate my steaks before I throw them on the grill and to add to cold green beans, I like them so much better with the Italian dressing rather than hot.

    By Blogger NL6369, At 5:56 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • We love to use Wish Bone Italian Dressing mixed in with cold bow tie pasta, add in fresh sliced carrots, red peppers, and kidney beans. We love this.
    Thanks so much.

    By Blogger peg42, At 6:14 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I mix with rice and meat, I use on sandwiches, I mix with yogurt for dips, I mix into rollmix/biscuits for creamier rolls

    By Blogger MOMFOREVERANDEVER, At 7:29 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • This sounds gross but I swear you will lick the plate. It was born of a poor social worker's bare cupboards. But wait until fall. Nothing like this is good in the summer in the south.

    Wishbone Robust Italian dressing, a can of cream of mushroom soup, 6 pork chops, and a crockpot. I don't know what happens in the dark crockpot between the soup (and I'm not a cream of mush soup casserole person) and the dressing but it makes this amazing gravy-ish thing - serve it all over noodles or rice. Yum!

    By Blogger Michelle Smiles, At 7:30 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I marinate chicken and I also use Wish Bone dressing in a variety of potato salads instead of mayo, it's my favorite summer time trick. potatoes with radishes,snap pees and Wish Bone Italian dressing

    By Blogger rewcath, At 7:44 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I have pretty much only used salad dressing for salad, or dipping veggies, but the idea of using it as a marinade is interesting, I will have to try that soon!

    By Blogger ddtavener, At 8:02 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I like to marinate boneless skinless chicken breasts in Wishbone Italian dressing and then bake it in the oven. It is low fat and healthy

    By Blogger Fangirl Jen, At 8:13 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use WishBone light in my pasta salads! I use whole wheat pasta with fresh veggies and use the WishBone dressing for seasoning and flavor. It is delish!

    By Blogger bakergirl, At 8:25 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • Wish Bone Italian dressing on salad, pasta, fresh fruit, added to soups, and spritzs on bread then toasted.

    TESL283(with)yahoo(period)com

    By Blogger Tes283, At 8:36 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I'd use Wishbone Italian dressing to marinade some scalloped potatoes.

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

    By Blogger elkaye, At 9:33 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I tweeted: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/1866799499

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

    By Blogger elkaye, At 9:35 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use Italian Dressing to marinate meat

    ujsmith9@yahoo.com

    By Anonymous Jane, At 9:42 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • i use wishbone itailian for my pasta and veggie salad
    pksanddancer@yahoo.com

    By Blogger jemscout425, At 10:08 PM, May 20, 2009  

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    By Blogger Sally, At 10:15 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I love marinating Pork Steak with a combination Wish Bone Italian and soy sauce. It takes an extremely cheap cut of meat and turns it awesome!
    I also use it to marinade all of the vegetables and various meats for our shish ka bobs.
    iowagirl@gmail.com

    By Blogger Sally, At 10:16 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use the Italian as a marinade for chicken and on salads. I like to use ranch with mayo in tuna salad.

    By Blogger Traumajunky, At 10:34 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I use Wish Bone Italian dressing as a marinate. I have been doing this for years. I marinate chicken, fish and sliced potatoes in Wish Bone Italian, which I then place on the grill.

    By Blogger mar, At 10:49 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • The Easy Mediterranean is all mine. My sister hates pepperoni, so I can make it for me.

    By Blogger SueLee, At 10:53 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • I have to go with the crowd that marinates chicken breasts in the Italian dressing before throwing them on the grill. Looking forward to trying the Mediterranean salad though!
    amybrown at speakeasy dot net

    By Anonymous amy324, At 11:07 PM, May 20, 2009  

  • Mary
    zenrei57 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Being a vegetarian does limit my recipes lol, but I love to make a huge, cold spinach salad with cooked wild rice, sliced blanched almonds and Wish Bone Italian drizzled all over. Sprinkle a few shakes of Parmesan cheese and cracked white pepper for a GREAT healthy summer time meal!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 12:07 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • A really great easy recipe that my whole family loves (got it from Publix food stores, have to give them credit)

    1 cup Wishbone ceasar salad dressing
    1 tsp of Italian seasoning (in the tube in your vegetabel section)
    1 bag of peas

    Microwave peas until they are hot, add the Wishbone and Italian seasoning.

    Stir
    Serve.

    Easy and good!

    By Blogger Marci, At 12:32 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I like the House Italian for salad and the Italian in a cold spaghetti salad

    By Blogger VickieB, At 12:34 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • tweet
    http://twitter.com/vlbsweeps/status/1868291866

    By Blogger VickieB, At 12:40 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • blogged http://vickieb52.blogspot.com/2009/05/win-wish-bone-prize-pack.html

    By Blogger VickieB, At 1:36 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I marinate chicken with the Italian dressing.

    By Blogger Rebecca Graham, At 1:48 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it on salads, meat, pasta salads-just about anything.

    By Blogger Lorri, At 1:57 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use catalina and miracle whip to make a fantastic burger sauce

    By Blogger Brian, At 3:04 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I just use it for salad, but I eat a lot of salad. I must have ten different flavors of salad dressing in the fridge to suit whatever mood.

    By Blogger Ruth, At 3:25 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it as a marinade for chicken and my husband prefers Only wishbone for his salad, also I have found other recipes that we love and one is Unstuffed cabbage (you make it in skillet) and this is prepared with wishbone salad dressing and its so good, thanks for hosting this wonderful giveaway

    By Blogger deb126, At 3:36 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the Wishbone Italian dressing to marinate steaks for the grill. About two hours before they hit the grill I run both sides of the steak with the Italian dressing then add some freshly ground pepper.


    patricjames@hotmail.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 4:18 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone Ranch as a dip. I buy it constantly as I dip just about everything into it...Thank you

    By Blogger linda a, At 4:51 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • We formerly used Wishbone Italian dressing only for salads but I've discovered that it is a wonderful marinade for steaks and chops.

    By Blogger Dar, At 6:04 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the italian as a marinade for chicken.

    By Blogger sweepmom, At 6:15 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Ranch dressing as a dip for chicken wings and fresh veggies. I also use it in my chicken salad instead of mayonnaise.
    traymona[at]aol.com

    By OpenID traymona, At 6:59 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • The italian does double duty at our house- pasta salad, and chicken marinade :)

    By Blogger weeblet, At 7:02 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it on chicken/turkey to grill and also veggies (squash, zuccinni, onion, mushrooms, etc)wrappped in foil. Very flavorful and healthy too! Thanks for the contest

    Sweeps_Momma(at)hotmail(dot)com

    By Blogger J BOLF, At 7:26 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I USE THE RANCH DRESSING ON OR IN ANYTHING THAT I PUT MAYONNAISE

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 7:31 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it as a marinade for chicken and I also cut up cucumbers and use italian dressing as a light topping on them.

    By Blogger buzzd, At 7:33 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • We use Italian on our steaks and ranch on everything else like potatoes, wings

    By Blogger Jeni, At 7:48 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wish-Bone Italian to marinate chicken and the grill it. Very good!

    abfantom (at) yahoo (dot) com

    By Blogger abfantom, At 8:36 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • We use it on our salads, wings, dips for veges, a marinate, ect!

    By Blogger denyse, At 8:43 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • Besides using various Wish Bone dressings on salads, I also use their Italian dressing to marinate portabella mushrooms, and as an ingredient in my black eye pea salsa.

    By Blogger naturegirl, At 8:52 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wish-Bone Italian Dressing to marinate chicken breasts or kabobs before grilling, my family loves Wish-Bone Ranch Dressing on their salads.

    By Blogger Audrey, At 9:11 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • We eat a lot of salads, and that is the way that we use WishBone. The really great thing is that there are several varieties so everyone can have their favorite, and that the prices are reasonable. It doesn't hurt that I often have coupons as well.

    clynsg at yahoo.com

    By Blogger clynsg, At 9:44 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it for marinating chicken and on pasta salad.

    By Blogger clc408, At 9:51 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I marinate chicken in the italian dressing...like so many others. But, I also put 2 tbls of Wish-Bone Western With Bacon Flavor in my meatloaf instead of ketchup. Ohh..so good and tangy.

    By Blogger Lower Mitten Kitten, At 9:57 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the ranch and bleu cheese for dipping sauce for hot wings. I stir in a little sour cream to make them a little thicker. YUM

    By Blogger marthajane, At 10:05 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the Italian dressing for chicken & steak marinade, dressing on pasta salad, an ingredient in the sauce I use on potato salad. I also like to dip cold leftover beef roast in it!

    By Blogger McKim, At 10:16 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use WishBone Light Ranch in my pursuit of healthiness. I would like to try some of their other healthy options as well.

    Michael.Kuntz[ at ]gmail.com

    By Blogger Michael Kuntz, At 10:30 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I have used their Italian dressing as a marinade, but I haven't done that in quite a while--I need to try it again soon! Thanks for the contest!

    By Blogger Elena, At 10:47 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I'm not a big cook, but I do love salads and Wish bone is my favorite Italian dressing.

    By Blogger Sonya, At 11:26 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • I like to use it as a marinade... beef or pork usually

    By Blogger tawnda, At 11:35 AM, May 21, 2009  

  • i make a cucumber,tomato salad with wishbone itl. dressing

    By Blogger samarcy, At 12:19 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone Italian as a marinade for steaks. I also love making my pasta salad with Wishbone.

    shel704 at aol dot com

    By Blogger Shel, At 12:19 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone Italian to marinate steak and I use Wishbone Ranch to dip my steak in !

    By Blogger Verging on 40, At 1:16 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it on my wraps.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 1:32 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I take raw chicken tenders, dip them in Ranch, then roll them in a mixture of crushed cornflakes and Italian seasoning. Bake for 15 minutes at 375, and you have delicious oven-fried chicken! :)

    I also use the fat-free Italian on sandwiches. Yum!

    krtrumpet [at] aol [dot] com

    By Blogger Kelly, At 2:04 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • i use wish bone products for a lot of different things

    By Blogger allysona, At 2:05 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it as a marinade, a salad dressing and on pasta salad.

    By Blogger jellosheriff, At 3:00 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • my favorate way to use wishbone is as a marinade for kabobs

    By Blogger kfgoldshow, At 3:49 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the Italian dressing when I'm baking salmon. I marinate the salmon for 15 minutes before baking at 350 for 20 minutes. Until the fish flakes.

    mjgroesbeck@yahoo.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 4:08 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I like to use the italian dressing as a marinade for chicken to be grilled.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    email in blogger profile.

    By Blogger js22, At 4:09 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • Mostly as dressing on a green salad.

    By Blogger Sunnyvale, At 4:18 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use italian as a seasoning for fish made in the foil pockets on the grill.

    By Blogger Rita A., At 4:33 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • i use it as a marinade and also in pasta salads thanks for the giveway minsthins at optonline dot net

    By Blogger mindy, At 4:35 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • On plain old salads when I feel like eating healthy for a change.

    By Blogger deedleweedle, At 4:43 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • love to use ranch on potatoes and green beans as you would on a salad

    By Blogger kathy, At 4:56 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • We marinate chicken in it and then use the chicken to make sandwiches. The most delicious sandwiches in the world. Much better than boring deli meats.

    By Anonymous Sarah @ BecomingSarah.com, At 4:59 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • When I have leftover steamed green beans, broccoli, or asparagus, I use the Italian dressing to marinate them. The combo makes a great cold vegetable side dish.

    By Blogger luckysunset, At 5:15 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I would use this on salad since it looks like better dressing than the nasty fat free ranch in my fridge!


    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    jannajanna@hotmail.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

    By Blogger Janna @ Feed Your Pig, At 5:36 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it to keep lunch sandwiches intersting - just change the dressing and a new flavor emerges!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

    By Blogger Stephanie, At 6:03 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the Italian as a marinade and ranch for a veggie dipping sauce ... yum!

    Kim
    turtles8861(at)gmail(dot)com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 6:09 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it as a marinater for chicken

    By Blogger llinda29, At 6:44 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • Mostly salads and the ranch for dipping veggies and also fries. Thanks. magic5905@mebarqmail.com

    By Blogger Joy, At 8:21 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it on salads but it can be put on potatoes, too.

    By Blogger Felicity, At 8:42 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • Besides as an actual dressing on salad, I like to use it as a marinade for beef before grilling.

    By Blogger purplegengar, At 9:51 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use it quite often to marinate meat.

    By Blogger DePro, At 10:44 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use the asian flavor to use as a glaze for salmon while grillin

    By Blogger mvbarton, At 11:54 PM, May 21, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone's Sweet & Spicy French in a slow cooked pot roast. It's easy and good.

    sweetmaricablue [at] gmail [dot] com

    By Blogger bayjay, At 12:42 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I use it to marinate my chicken.

    hebert024 at aol dot com

    By OpenID courtneystoffel, At 1:12 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I love dressing on my salads and that is what I will use t for!

    By Blogger julis55, At 3:08 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I love to use it on pasta. In the summer, it is usually a cold pasta salad with in season vegetables. I prefer the vinaigrettes, but any dressing will work.

    By Blogger mdvelazquez, At 3:23 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I make a cool summer salad of peas, corn, tomatoes, and cucumber. Mix with freshly ground pepper, a little salt, and Wishbone Italian Dressing. Then top with sliced hard boiled eggs. Then a dash of paprika.


    ty

    jimmyrug@hotmail.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 5:06 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I like to use it on green leafy salads.

    By Blogger cl, At 8:51 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • Love Wish Bone! Use it to marinate meats and salmon and I make huge salads with it also. Thank you!

    By Blogger Tina12312, At 10:12 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I tweeted http://twitter.com/Tina12312/status/1883262263

    thank you!

    By Blogger Tina12312, At 10:16 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I use it as salad dressing and as marinade

    By Blogger kdkdkd, At 10:58 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • We marinate everything with Wish Bone Italian Dressing! sliced zucchini marinated and then grilled is outstanding- we just lay it on the grill towards the end of cooking the meat-

    By Blogger Rechelle, At 11:03 AM, May 22, 2009  

  • I use Wish Bone on our salads which I serve several times per week and also use it as a marinade for meat and as a dressing for vegetables.

    By Blogger Linda, At 1:44 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • This makes the easiest marinade around. I put my chicken or steak in a bowl, dump a bunch of dressing on top and let it soak in all day. By the time dinner rolls around, I just have to throw the meat on the grill and it's soooo tasty.


    tutucuteforme (at) hotmail (dot) com

    By Blogger tutugirl, At 1:50 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • My favorite recipe I've made so far is a rotini pasta salad with rotisserie chicken salad, kalamta olives and artichoke hearts with Italian dressing.
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

    By Blogger Katie, At 2:41 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • we love spicy hot wings (and celery) dipped in their ranch
    imjessica(at)mail(dot)com

    By Blogger jessica a, At 3:51 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I use ithe Italian Dressing to marinate vegetables.......very thinly sliced roma tomatoes, red onion, cucumbers, celery and green pepper.......it makes a wonderful side dish/salad on a hot summer day......

    By Blogger janehixon, At 4:07 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I use italian dressing with my chicken in the crockpot.

    By Blogger sandis3, At 4:47 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I like the bagged variety of lettuce with veggie toppings on it, hard boiled eggs and add a touch of Wish-bone and that is great!

    By Blogger lisa l, At 5:41 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I like using their Italian dressing for marinating chicken and also for making pasta salad.

    By Blogger jnmacdonald, At 7:20 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I like to mix the Italian with cream cheese and use it in recipes. Yum!

    By Blogger Debbie, At 9:49 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • Like eeveryone else it's the best marinade for chicken...

    By Blogger B, At 11:03 PM, May 22, 2009  

  • I mix Italian wish bone in ground beef for some yummy hamburgers!

    By Blogger Jenndiggy, At 1:52 AM, May 23, 2009  

  • I use Creamy Italian in a Mexican chicken salad that I make

    By Blogger lsfish, At 8:08 AM, May 23, 2009  

  • I use it to marinate my chix and use it when i make a simple salad with cucumbers, tomatoes and cheese. yummmmm

    By Blogger Alissa, At 11:34 AM, May 23, 2009  

  • I use it on my dinner salad, but I also use it to make a rotini salad with chick peas, brocolli florettes, carrots, and kidney beans.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

    By Blogger mail4rosey, At 12:01 PM, May 23, 2009  

  • I use Wish-Bone salad dressing on my salads and raw veggie snacks!

    By Blogger Middy06, At 2:20 PM, May 23, 2009  

  • I like to use the Italian dressing to marinade my chicken in!

    daytoncat1(at)yahoo(dot)com

    By Blogger daytoncat, At 4:07 PM, May 23, 2009  

  • I love to use Wish-Bone as a special ingredient in my potato salad!

    By Blogger Kate3067, At 1:50 AM, May 24, 2009  

  • I just tweeted this giveaway at:
    http://twitter.com/middy06/status/1900950439

    By Blogger Middy06, At 2:31 AM, May 24, 2009  

  • I've been using italian dressing to marinate meats and fish for years now! Thanks for sharing your pictures, the mandarin chicken salad looks interesting, I might try that one!

    By Blogger Tracy, At 3:29 AM, May 24, 2009  

  • I mix 1 cup of their Ranch dressing with 1/4 cup of grated Parmesean, 2 cups of leftover grilled or boiled chicken (diced or chopped into 1/2 inch or smaller pieces), and 4-5 cups of shredded romaine lettuce and I get the worlds most fabulous chicken caesar salad in MINUTES.

    This is really important to me because I work a full time job and so does my hubby, so by the time I get home it’s around 5:30 p.m. and I have a starving hubby coming home at 6:00 p.m. and two starved kids waiting for me.

    one6ylady(at)aol(dot)com

    By Blogger one6ylady, At 3:40 AM, May 24, 2009  

  • I use wishbone all the time to marinate pork, chicken, etc.

    By Blogger Marianna, At 3:25 PM, May 24, 2009  

  • Other than using this brand for yummy salads...I use the light Italian to marinate veggies to grill on the outside grill - squash,onions,mushrooms or whatever I have. Always tastes great and healthy too. semtaylor(at)yahoo(dot)com

    By Blogger semtaylor, At 5:47 PM, May 24, 2009  

  • I was so excited to see the recipes at the Wish Bone site. I'm embarrassed to say that I haven't used it for anything but to put on a salad. Sheesh! Can you say underutilized?

    mayacarpenter at verizon dot net

    By Blogger Janet and Maya, At 8:33 PM, May 24, 2009  

  • tweet! http://twitter.com/janetmom2maya/status/1908031613

    By Blogger Janet and Maya, At 8:35 PM, May 24, 2009  

  • I blogged at www.giveawaysonblogs.blogspot.com/2009/05/sunday0524.html
    mayacarpenter at verizon dot net

    By Blogger Janet and Maya, At 8:37 PM, May 24, 2009  

  • we just use it as a salad dressing, but I now it is good with pasta salads, and as a marinade for chicken dishes.

    By Blogger sarah, At 12:01 PM, May 25, 2009  

  • I love using the dressings to add to rice or mashed potatoes. It gives them an extra added zing.

    By Blogger Carolyn G, At 1:08 PM, May 25, 2009  

  • I use it on sandwiches

    luckydolls123[at]verizon[dot]net

    By Blogger dolls123, At 3:04 PM, May 25, 2009  

  • I like to baste chicken with several of the varieties (not at the same time lol) while it's baking; I also like to dress burgers with some of the creamy varieties. asthenight at gmail dot com

    By Blogger Deborah, At 7:36 PM, May 25, 2009  

  • Wish-Bone® dressings are a staple in our home. I am posting a link to my blog that includes our favorite family recipe for Venison BBQ using Wish-Bone® Italian dressing.(Its at the end)
    http://twinceretwinkles.blogspot.com/search/label/Wish-Bone%C2%AE%20Dressing
    Twincere(at)hotmail(dot)com

    By Blogger Twincere, At 7:00 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • Here's a link to my tweet about this contest & review:
    http://twitter.com/Twincere/status/1922691449

    Twincere(at)hotmail(dot)com

    By Blogger Twincere, At 7:01 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • I blogged about the contest & review here:
    http://twinceretwinkles.blogspot.com/search/label/Wish-Bone%C2%AE%20Dressing

    Twincere(at)hotmail(dot)com

    By Blogger Twincere, At 7:06 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use wishbone salad dressing in my pasta salad.

    By Blogger pickledseeds, At 9:10 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use their Italian dressing as a marinade for meat.

    By Blogger barbara, At 9:26 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • We use it to marinate boneless chicken for grilling -- Yummy!

    By Blogger Dawn, At 9:46 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use salad dressing for potato salad and as marinades, as well as on regular salad ingredients like lettuce.

    By Blogger pattycake, At 10:36 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • i use it too for marinades...love the italian to marinate a pork tenderloin with fresh rosemary...let it sit overnight and turn and poke the loin a few times at each turn every few hours or when i remember. i brown the outside in a pan to keep the juices in then throw it on the grill....mmm mmm good and so tender

    krisemma at msn dot com

    By Blogger kris, At 11:33 AM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use it on salads and as a meat marinade.

    Thanks

    charisscharity at yahoo dot com

    By Blogger Charity, At 12:04 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I tweeted.

    http://twitter.com/ccboobooy/status/1925509155

    charisscharity at yahoo dot com

    By Blogger Charity, At 12:06 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone Ranch for a snack to dip my carrots in.

    Thanks for offering this nice prize.

    suzila@gmail.com

    By Blogger Suzila, At 12:30 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I've often used Wish-bone Italian dressing as a marinade for chicken or steak before grilling. Adds flavor and seems to tenderize the meat, too.

    By Anonymous Debbie, At 12:54 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I marinate meats in my wishbone.

    By Blogger Becky, At 1:59 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I dip red pepper slices & baby carrots in Ranch dressing.

    jwright (at) iowatelecom (dot) net

    By Anonymous Janice Wright, At 3:32 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone dressing for numerous things, especially as a marinade for meats. I also brush it on kebabs and marinade cheese cubes in it..then served on toothpicks. We love it!

    By Blogger Vicki and Noel, At 6:55 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • we will take any type and toss it with some pasta, lettuce and shrimp for a quick salad

    By Blogger msrodeobrat, At 8:43 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • we use it mostly as a marinade

    By Blogger chromiumman, At 11:05 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • The ranch is good blended in with mashed potatoes. Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

    By Blogger simone/ thebubbledies, At 11:30 PM, May 26, 2009  

  • I love the italian as a marinade!!!

    lizard4971 at suddenlink dot net

    By Blogger MomIsCrazy, At 12:09 PM, May 27, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone often. I marinate meats with it and in the summertime, nothing like fresh cucumber, vine ripened tomatoes with thinly sliced garden fresh onions, marinated in Wishbone Italian dressing.

    By Blogger Ingrid, At 1:17 PM, May 27, 2009  

  • I used Wishbone Italian with chicken Breasts and cook it in a slow cooker

    By Blogger frozenman20, At 5:46 PM, May 27, 2009  

  • Adding Wish Bone Italian dressing to ground beef makes the most delicious grilled burgers. And its great the old favorite salad as well!

    By Blogger Nia, At 7:13 PM, May 27, 2009  

  • I like to use it as an oil replacement when I make enchiladas. Yum!

    amiedanny@msn.com

    By Blogger Amie, At 4:38 PM, May 28, 2009  

  • we use italian on our chicken. Ranch goes really great when placed on chicken on foil slow on the grill. we stir fry the italian with veggies ane perrogies...which the kids love! always adding to different things to create change from our usual...

    By Blogger Brenda, At 7:45 PM, May 28, 2009  

  • Creamy Red Potato Salad sounds good to me from your recipe tryout so I will give that a go. At my house Ranch is always around so it is used for everything from french fries to pizza to chef's salads.

    By Blogger lisa l, At 12:18 AM, May 29, 2009  

  • I mostly use salad dressing on salad (boring, I know, but tasty). One thing I have tried is using a little salad dressing when I make egg salad. Honey mustard is particularly tasty in this dish.

    By Blogger 1993wel, At 12:31 AM, May 29, 2009  

  • We use it on salads of course and also for marinating chicken and for yummy dips.

    By Blogger Mia J., At 5:40 PM, May 29, 2009  

  • I like to make a salad with tomatoes, onions and cucumbers with Wish Bone Italian dressing.

    ravzie@yahoo.com

    By Anonymous Ravzie, At 7:01 PM, May 29, 2009  

  • i marinate steak,chicken,pork in the italian dressing. it comes out great

    By Blogger mahsage, At 9:54 PM, May 29, 2009  

  • I haven't used it for cooking, just the Ranch dressing on my salads or sometimes the Italian.

    By Blogger ewalsh, At 10:39 PM, May 29, 2009  

  • I add the Wish Bone Italion dressing to my wifes chicken enchiladas. Yummy!!!

    By Blogger Gregory Davies, At 2:11 AM, May 30, 2009  

  • So uncreative, but I just use it on salad, romaine lettuce, tomatoes, a little onion, maybe some celery or carrots or radishes. . . readingcoach AT yahoo DOT com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 4:38 PM, May 30, 2009  

  • I like to marinade steaks overnight in Italian Dressing. Then put them on the grill the next day!
    christiekort@yahoo.com

    By Anonymous Anonymous, At 7:48 PM, May 30, 2009  

  • Grew up eating Wishbone Italian - my daddy's favorite. I use it as a marinade, as well as other Wishbone flavors for Pasta Salads, dips, etc.

    By Blogger susitravl, At 11:51 PM, May 30, 2009  

  • I use italian salad dressings for marinates, and of cousrse, for pasta and regular salads.

    By Blogger pattycake, At 5:53 PM, May 31, 2009  

  • i like using the wishbone bountifuls in my pasta salads because they are so thick and chock full of little veggies. thanks! (freaaa@gmail.com)

    By Blogger freaaa1, At 7:20 PM, May 31, 2009  

  • I use wishbone to dampen my meat for the grill so the dry rub will stick to it.

    By Blogger sfyates, At 8:38 PM, May 31, 2009  

  • I would use it for salads!

    By Blogger hale2005, At 10:21 AM, June 02, 2009  

  • I twittered
    mrcheapo

    By Blogger hale2005, At 10:25 AM, June 02, 2009  

  • Use the italian dressing as a marinade on chicken, the put it on the grill.

    By Blogger olympicgirl, At 9:18 AM, June 03, 2009  

  • I use wishbone's Catalina dressing in taco salad.

    By Blogger jetta1975, At 10:12 AM, June 04, 2009  

  • I use Wishbone Italian as a marinade for skinless chicken breasts that I cook on the George Foreman grill. I like it because it adds a lot of flavor without many calories.

    3oink63moo484 (at) gmail(.)com

    By Blogger Barbara, At 11:45 AM, June 04, 2009  

  • I use italian dressing as a marinade.

    By Blogger heatherzilla, At 1:34 PM, June 05, 2009  

  • I yet another that likes to marinade chicken in italian dressing. Maybe it's not that orignial, but it's very delicious especially on the grill.

    By Blogger kljdiary, At 3:39 PM, June 05, 2009  

  • I like to add a little Italian dressing while I'm whisking my egg whites for an egg white omelet. It's so zesty I don't even need to add cheese!

    beautywelz(at)yahoo(dot)com

    By Anonymous Sandra Diana, At 4:12 PM, June 05, 2009  

  • I also use Wish Bone salad dressings as marinades. Quick and easy.

    By Blogger Deci Worland, At 9:08 PM, June 05, 2009  

  • I use Wish-Bone Salad Dressing to marinate chunks of Beef and pieces of Chicken. I like to use the Italian flavor.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

    By Blogger janetfaye, At 4:26 PM, June 06, 2009  

  • I use it as a marinade, to dip veggies in, and of course on salads. New ways are always great too!

    By Blogger Jessilyn82, At 8:13 PM, June 06, 2009  

  • I find as many ways as I can to eat chicken and this sounds like a good marinade for it.

    By Blogger shivaeb1, At 8:57 PM, June 06, 2009  

  • I use the italian to marinate my cucumbers.

    By Blogger Dree, At 12:49 AM, June 07, 2009  

  • I marinate beef for a few hours or overnight with the Italian dressing and the grill it. It leaves the meat tasty, tender, and flavorful.

    By Blogger Linda, At 4:15 AM, June 07, 2009  

  • I use it for marianading just about anything. Love all the Italian based products for this purpose...none has ever let me down!

    By Blogger Toystory, At 11:02 AM, June 07, 2009  

  • I marinate chicken with Italian and the Basalmic dressings. We use the spritzers a lot on both salads and subs.

    By Blogger bettycd, At 11:18 AM, June 07, 2009  

  • http://twitter.com/bettycd/status/2065799759
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    By Blogger bettycd, At 11:26 AM, June 07, 2009  

  • At our house an all time favorite is garbanzo beans, green beans, kidney beans and sliced red onions swimming in Wish Bone Italian dressing.

    By Blogger Sharon, At 2:36 PM, June 07, 2009  

  • Pour over home grown tomatoes and onions.

    By Blogger Charlene, At 5:02 PM, June 07, 2009  

  • I use Fat Free Wish-Bone Italian Salad Dressing to make a KILLER healthy Pasta Salad!! I Pour it over Chilled whole wheat pasta, added crisp steamed veggies such as broccoli, carrots etc. Add red peppers, pepper jack cheese, Parmesan and MeCormick Salad Supreme! OMLord. So DELISH and HEALTHY for summer!
    Thanks for this GREAT Giveaway!
    Good Luch to EVERYONE!!!
    Leslie
    LeslieVeg@msn.com
    http://leslielovesveggies.blogspot.com/

    By Blogger Leslie M., At 7:39 PM, June 07, 2009  

  • LeslieVeg left a tweet
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    http://leslielovesveggies.blogspot.com/

    By Blogger Leslie M., At 7:45 PM, June 07, 2009  

  • I make a super yummy salad with mesculn mix greens, cucumbers, naval oranges, red onion, cheese, almonds, and chicken breast. We marinade the chicken in Wish Bone dressing and then microwave it. Supper is ready is 20 minutes. You coming over for some? I am queenesperfect at yahoo.com

    By Anonymous elizabeth p, At 3:30 PM, June 08, 2009  

  • Wish Bone Italian dressing is a marvelous marinade for fish. Lay fish filets on a plate and brush the dressing on the top (only). Cover and refrigerate for about an hour before cooking. Delicious!

    By Blogger Aisling, At 6:53 PM, June 08, 2009  

  • I like to marinate and grill really fresh vegetables. Last year one of my friends ate with such enthusiasm she ate so much that she felt so full she was uncomfortable for hours. New rule: When Jan is over cook fewer vegies ;)

    By Blogger taxchyk, At 9:01 PM, June 08, 2009  

  • Wishbone Italian dressing is used for so many different things in our house. Salads, marinades and tomake my delicous pasta salad.
    jen62728@aol.com

    By Blogger mommyjen99, At 1:13 AM, June 09, 2009  

  • I use wishbone salad dressings for salads , marinades, as dips for grilled meats. My kids love it.

    By Blogger yomomma, At 5:23 PM, June 11, 2009  

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    By Blogger Vanessa, At 10:50 PM, June 12, 2009  

  • vanaphil@gmail.com

    I would use the salad dressing and plain bread crumbs to coat and saute fresh tilapia filets. Yum!

    By Blogger Vanessa, At 10:53 PM, June 12, 2009  

  • The Bountifuls Berry Delight on baby greens and advocado

    By Blogger S Denton, At 10:13 AM, June 13, 2009  

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