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 What the heck is Dorothy Lynch dressing?

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What the heck is Dorothy Lynch dressing? Tue, 01/21/14 2:18 AM (permalink)
While perusing the web in search of recipes for Maid Rites (or taverns, or loose meats, or whatever it is you wish to call it), I came across this reply in the comment section of the "Iowa Girl Eats" food blog, "You know you’re from Nebraska when you throw a fit if a restaurant doesn’t offer Dorothy Lynch dressing. ..."  I've never heard of this, so what in the world is Dorothy Lynch dressing?  I presume this is some kind of salad dressing.  If you know, could you please describe the taste and texture?  Better yet, can you tell us how it is made?  Is it known only in Nebraska, or is this a Midwestern thing?  Thanks to all who can provide answers!
 
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