Annie's Goddess Dressing
Some things I hate to love. Annie's Goddess Dressing is one such example. For me, it tastes like a mix of Thousand Island, Italian Dressing, and anchovies. Sounds disgusting, yes? On one level, it is. On another, I simply can't get enough of it.

Officially, here is what it is made of:

Ingredients*: Soy Oil, Water, Sour Cream (milk, cream, cornstarch, skim milk powder, cultures), White Wine Vinegar, Sea Salt, Sugar, Whole Egg Powder, Garlic, Onion, Lemon Juice, Tarragon, Xanthan Gum, Green Onion, White Pepper, Parsley.
*Made on shared equipment that also processes Wheat and Anchovies.

After reading some online reviews, the following is proof that, for once, "it's not just me":

-- I really, really loved it when I first had it, but I sick of it? I dunno. I kind of want it to be more like Thousand Island...but it's more Asian. I don't know...I mean, it's good.

-- My absolute favorite salad dressing! But I hated it when I first tried it.

-- Absolutely love this dressing..although after a while I get sick of it and need to stop using it for a while...when I try it again I love it again. Weird I know.

-- This is by far the best salad dressing I have ever eaten, but needs to be consumed in small doses. I catch myself doing little shots of it out of the fridge, and I'm not normally that type of person.

--Love it. I can get sick of it sometimes too... but that quickly fades.

So the next time you want to recreate that repulsion/attraction feeling you get when looking at your 8-track tape of ABBA's Greatest Hits, pick up a bottle of this stuff the next time you are at the store. And yes, it really does taste like anchovies. I think.