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Beat the Summer Heat with Girard’s Salad Dressing

Girard’s Salad DressingIf I know Texas, we will still have at least another month of high summer temperatures. That also means freshly grown produce will still be available, and we have more time to enjoy light summer meals and whole meal salads.

Browsing the salad dressing aisle, it’s apparent with all the great choices in brands and flavors that one would never get bored with salads. I like to use dressing for more than just salads, though. It’s great for marinating, tossing with vegetables before roasting and stirring into cooked rice.

That’s why I often grab a bottle of Girard’s Salad Dressing. The flavor is great with so many things, and it’s filled with wholesome ingredients. There are many varieties to choose from in light, gluten-free and regular flavors. Plus, you have to trust a brand that’s been around as long as Girard’s.

In 1939, Chef Pierre Girard created a sophisticated line of salad dressings in San Francisco. He started with the Original French Dressing and gradually added varieties. Since then, Girard’s dressings now come in a whole line of flavors as distinctive as its triangular bottles.

With a bottle of Girard’s dressing, you’ll have a delicious, light meal that is full of fresh flavor. I might be able to handle a few more weeks of Texas summer, after all!

Marinated Grilled Tuna Steaks with Couscous

Ingredients:
4 tuna steaks, 1 1/2-inch thick
salt and pepper, to taste
2 Tbs olive oil
2 cups couscous, cooked
3/4 cup Girard’s Champagne Salad Dressing, divided
1 tsp fresh thyme, chopped
1/3 cup almond slivers, toasted
1/3 cup dried apricots, chopped
3 scallions, chopped
5 oz fresh baby spinach

Directions:
Prepare a grill to medium-high heat. Place tuna on a plate, and season with salt and pepper. Drizzle tuna with oil. Grill fish for 3 minutes per side or to desired temperature. Slice into thin strips. To prepare couscous, combine 1/2 cup salad dressing, thyme, almonds, apricots and scallions in a bowl. Add spinach and gently toss. Arrange salad mixture on plates; top with grilled fish. Drizzle remaining salad dressing over the fish and serve.

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