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I don’t typically eat vegetables. Well, not willingly anyway. So when I was invited to Philadelphia last week to learn how to lighten recipes for the July 4th weekend with Litehouse Foods, I was excited that their yummy dressing would be involved. Because frankly, I knew the veggies were coming.
Knowing a food demo would be given by a registered dietician, I was correct in assuming our good ol’ green friends would be key to the menu. But much to my surprise, the cauliflower buffalo bites demonstrated looked nothing like a vegetable!
If you’re still with me-I could easily pretended to be a veggie-lover so how about some props for honesty?–and I can’t get past the fact than my favorite veggie is now considered a starch (freakin’ corn) then check this out. Litehouse Foods has an entire recipe section on their website for “buffalo” foods that pair nicely with Litehouse Blue Cheese dressing.
AND I ate (and enjoyed) kale salad at the dinner. Perhaps there is still hope for me yet?
I also learned that Litehouse Foods dressings can be found in the refrigerator section where “it belongs.” I tried both their Blue Cheese and Ranch dressings and later discovered why they were so good. One word. Buttermilk!
The event was a great way to catch up with new bloggers and meet with representatives from the brand which is always a pleasure. While the company is owned now by employees, Litehouse Food began as a family-owned business in Idaho. I love a brand with roots that makes it obvious the product is a quality one that is created with love.
Thank you Litehouse Foods for the opportunity to learn about your dressings and for allowing me to spread the word. And for having cookie dough desserts on the menu.
Guest post by Cecelia Mecca. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @CeceliaMecca.
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This dinner looks so delicious and i absolutely love the Litehouse brand. Makes veggies palatable for me. What kind of camera did you use for your photos? They look great 🙂