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Poppy seed dressing.

You can use this dressing on fruit salads or to moisten barbecured meats.

1/3 cup each red wine vinegar and salad oil

1/4 cup honey

4 teaspoons each poppy seed and minced onion

3/4 teaspoon ground mace Fruit salad (directions follow) Meat baste (directions follow) Salt.

Combine vinegar, oil, honey, poppy seed, onion, and mace. Whisk or stir to blend. Use to make fruit salad or to baste meat, then salt these foods to taste. Use, or chill, covered, up to 2 weeks. Makes about 1 cup.

Fruit salad. Use 3 to 4 cups sliced fruit; choose one or more of the following: grapes, kiwi, berries, bananas, oranges, pineapple. Moisten with 1/4 cup dressing (preceding). Makes 6 servings.

Meat baste. When cooking cut-up chicken or pork chops on the barbecue over indirect heat, brush often with the dressing (preceding). Or use the dressing to baste whole chicken or duck as it roasts. For 3-1/2 to 5 pounds of meat you will need 3/4 cup dressing. Serve meat with additional dressing to spoon onto individual portion, if desired.
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