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Reed's Dressing | A Legacy in a Bottle

Reed's Dressing | A Legacy in a Bottle

In 1974, Fred Reed created a condiment for his steak house as a marinade and as the “house” salad dressing. After his wife, Margie, was diagnosed with breast cancer, he sold his restaurant and decided to make the dressing full-time. Fred traveled to state fairs, and craft shows to demo his dressing and help get the word out. Soon, Reed’s Dressing (RD) was stocked in over 800 grocery stores in Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Colorado. In November 2020, Fred suddenly passed away from Covid-19, and today, his legacy is carried on by his daughter, Leslie Cockerell, and her husband, John.
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Marinated Chicken Thighs | Reeds Dressing

Marinated Chicken Thighs | Reeds Dressing

How long can you marinate chicken thighs? You should marinate your chicken for a minimum of 1 hour, and a maximum of 24 hours. If you go over 24 hours, the texture of the meat may change and become softer.
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Reed’s Pot Roast | Reeds Dressing

Reed’s Pot Roast | Reeds Dressing

Whether you cook your pot roast using a stovetop, oven, slow cooker, or pressure cooker method, you'll always get the most tender and flavorful results if you use low temperatures over a long period of time. That's what it takes to melt down the tough connective tissue in the meat until you can cut it with a fork.
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Cucumber Tomato Onion Salad | Reeds Dressing

Cucumber Tomato Onion Salad | Reeds Dressing

Tomatoes are a powerful antioxidant, rich in Vitamin C and lycopene. Cucumbers are hydrating, low in sodium and a good source of potassium. Similarly, raw onions are also full of antioxidants and Vitamin C. You can find out more about the benefits of these ingredients in this helpful article.
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