It’s been a few months since I started this project and I have to admit that I was skeptical.
It wasn’t until I looked at the first batch of the first-ever “Salad Dressers” (which were only made in the US), that I knew how much fun I could have making them.
For $20, they come with a metal shelf, and each box is about 20 inches tall.
I am pretty sure they’re supposed to be about 2 feet tall, but I had to be careful when making them because the shelf could get damaged if it gets too hot.
The metal shelf and the plastic door are covered in adhesive that you put on the shelf to prevent it from breaking.
Once I put the shelf in place, I could actually hear the wood being carved in the back.
Since it’s an open design, you could just sit back and enjoy the view.
You can also put the dresser on the back of the door, or you can place it on the ground and make the salad in the front of the room.
One of the benefits of making a salad dresser is that you can add more ingredients or serve them with more ingredients if you want.
We made these salads for a family dinner at our apartment, and it turned out amazing!
I’m sure the kids will love them too!
Here’s how you make one:1.
Start by making the dressing.
You can make the dressing by making a dressing, dressing mix, or salad dressing.
If you have extra ingredients, add them to the dressing mix.
Mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl.
This step is really important.
Add your salad mix and mix again.
I used 2 cups of the dressing and 1/2 cup of the salad mix.
Add more dressing if you need more.
Mix the salad dressing until it is smooth.
Add the salad mixture to the salad dressers.
I added some dried cranberries, parsley, oregano, and rosemary to the top of the dressers and then topped with some shredded cabbage.
Put the saladdressers in a ziplock bag and store them at room temperature for up to 2 days.
If you want to store the dressing in the fridge, you can also store them in a plastic bag and put it in the freezer for up a day.
You can use any kind of dressing you want, but these ones were the perfect match for my family. Enjoy!