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Update on Girard's Dressing Innovations

A couple weeks ago I shared with you the beginning of my experience with Girard's Dressings.  It was an incredible experience being part of a team that develops the new flavors.
A few experiences of the video conference call.
Yes that is me in the lower right. I look deep in thought right??
Taking note of our feedback.
What an amazing team!!
After considering our feedback they narrowed the dressing down from 8 to just 4.
 Now the debate is what to name them.  Here are the dressings an some possible names.
Artichoke Sundried Tomato Dressing
·         Sundried Tomato Artichoke
·         Sundried Roma Tomato
·         Sundried Roma Tomato with Artichokes

Hummus Vinaigrette
·         Roasted Garlic Hummus Vinaigrette
·         Hummus Vinaigrette
·         Original Hummus Vinaigrette
·         Classic Hummus Vinaigrette

Garlic Honey Pepper Dressing 
·         Garlic Honey Pepper
·         Sweet Garlic & Pepper
·         Sweet Garlic Peppercorn
Espresso Balsamic Vinaigrette 
·         Coffee-Kissed Balsamic
·         Balsamic Americano
·         Barista Balsamic
·         Espresso Balsamic
·         Café Balsamic Vinaigrette
·         Java Balsamic
·         Balsamic Vinaigrette (“With A Hint of Coffee “- printed smaller underneath the flavor name

What do you think??
I'm excited to see and taste the finished product.
Thanks Girard's for an awesome experience!!


  1. I kinda like the names that say what's in the dressing:
    Sundried Tomato Artichoke
    Roasted Garlic Hummas Vinaigrette
    Garlic Honey Pepper
    Espresso Balsamic
    They all sound yummy:@)

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