Tom Eck, dandelions

Tim Eck via pbs
Sat, 27 Mar 2021 21:53:14 PDT
You are right; a little bit goes a long way.  I believe it  is mostly cider
vinegar, brown sugar and bacon and bacon grease, served hot over hot
greens.  A good way to make bitter greens a little less healthy and a lot
more tasty.

On Sat, Mar 27, 2021 at 10:40 PM Jane Sargent via pbs <> wrote:

> Your note about the Pennsylvania Dutch hot bacon salad dressing reminded
> me of a buffet lunch my family had many years ago in a Pennsylvania Dutch
> restaurant. We were traveling with a young architect we had not known
> long—a lovely shy, socially ill-at-ease person new to the area. We stopped
> for lunch. The salad was mostly young dandelion leaves. When I stopped
> munching and looked around, I found that our guest had not recognized the
> traditional hot bacon dressing for what it was, but had filled a soup bowl
> with it and was trying tactfully to force it down with a spoon. It is
> mostly vinegar and bacon grease.
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