Green goddess dressing


a mayonnaise-based dressing with tarragon vinegar, anchovy, parsley, chives, scallions, garlic, and tarragon
Word Origin

created the chef at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel in honor of actor George Arliss, who was appearing in a play called “Green Goddess”


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