Salad dressing is not among the most visually remarkable condiments, so here's a picture I recently took of wild turkeys in our backyard. I always know it's November when the turkeys arrive. Last week's flock consisted of 11 females and 1 tom (who seemed to be entirely preoccupied with impressing the ladies with his fan). They're a bit noisy, but their clumsiness is a joy to watch. Whenever I shoo them away from our grass seed, they fly up into the branches of nearby trees with what appears to be great effort. The whole maneuver is awkward yet beautiful, like Foghorn Leghorn if he were to take flight in those old Looney Tunes cartoons.
Anyways... this salad dressing packs a real punch. I always keep a jar in the refrigerator. It works best on hearty greens (i.e. kale or romaine), or in a cucumber and tomato salad, or even on tabbouleh and other grain salads. I've found that it overwhelms more delicate greens (i.e. arugula, mâche, red leaf, and bib), which become soggy. Read more.