Stengls is one of the new vendors at the Sugarcreek Township farm market this year, bringing with them their handcrafted salad dressings/marinades.Each Friday, Stengls offers samples for their Famous Garlic and Tarragon Dressing and Marinade and their Mediterranean Dressing and Marinade. Delicious pieces of crusty, wood-fired bread (they sell that too) are handed out with small cups of the dressing. The line then forms at their booth and remains until the salad dressing is all sold out!
Don’t believe me? Go sample for yourself every Friday between 3 pm and 7 pm at the Sugarcreek Township farm market at 6134 Wilmington Pike, in the parking lot of the old Cub’s grocery store. The Mediterranean dressing is low in sugar and calories and is sodium-free, and has a fresh lemony-garlic flavor.
This author is betting that the Garlic and Tarragon dressing is NOT low in sugar, but it is so tasty you want to drink it straight from the bottle. No, really. You can put it in pasta salad, vegetable dip, cole slaw, vegetable salad or just dip bread into it. If you need more ideas on ways to use this dressing (as if), you can go to their website for recipe ideas.
Stengl’s also brings along their wood-fired bread, which they bake in a portable clay brick oven. The crust is perfect, the bread inside is soft and delicious, and the loaves look just as beautiful as they taste!
Grab some Stengl's dressing and make some of the best pasta salad ever:
Best pasta salad ever
- 8 oz package of penne pasta
- 3/4-1 cup Stengls Garlic and Tarragon Dressing and Marinade
- 1 small head broccoli
- 1/2 cup black olives, cut in half
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half
- 1/4 cup mild feta cheese, crumbled
Cook the penne according to package directions; drain and rinse. Gently add the feta cheese and stir to blend.. Cut the florets from the broccoli and add to the cooled pasta along with the olives and tomatoes. Pour the Stengls over all, and stir gently to blend. Serve at room temp or chilled.
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