Thousand Island Dressing

by Phoebe Green
Bowl of Thousand Island dressing

There are quite a few legends and stories about the origin of Thousand Island Dressing. For example, the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York claims that their Maître d’Hôtel Oscar Tschirky has put the dressing on the menu as instructed by George Boldt, a resident of the Thousand Islands.

That much is clear, the salad dressing or sauce has been named after the Thousand Islands, a region at the frontier between the USA and Canada, in the St. Lawrence river. At least since the 50s of the last century, Thousand Island Dressing got on a roll and became one of the most-liked sauces or salad dressings worldwide.

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