An Evening of Delicious Taste with LiteHouse Dressings #SeetheLite #ad

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I had the pleasure of dining at a local restaurant I am referring to as a hidden gem. Centered in the heart of Covington, KY on Main St sits Bouquet Restaurant. With an authentic menu and extensive wine bar, their is something for everyone. They have quaint outdoor dining, as well as indoor dining on two levels that can accommodate small parties and private parties. I was attending a private event and cooking demonstration to highlight the delicious taste and natural ingredients in LiteHouse Foods.Our evening starting with freshly made appetizers courtesy of Bouquet Restaurant. Each was handmade and used farm-to-table ingredients like fresh pears, fresh cucumbers, avocados, cheese and more. They were astoundingly delicious.

While waiting for the dinner to get started, we had the opportunity to watch a great cooking demonstration of a delicious summer salad that is easy to make, uses natural ingredients and includes natural Litehouse Ranch Dressing

More about Litehouse Foods:

Founded by the Hawkins family, it all started in 1949 when Ed Hawkins, Jr was a chef in Spokane, WA. His boss was not happy with the taste of a blue cheese dressing served at the restaurant. What stemmed from that was a delicious, naturally filled blue cheese dressing.

From the mixing of dressings in their family soup kettles, the first official jar of Litehouse Salad dressing was sold in the produce department of a store in Sandpoint, ID. It has since become a family affair in that Ed’s two sons carried on the growth and development of the Litehouse brand. What started as a small restaurant has developed into becoming the leader of refrigerated salad dressings, cheeses, dips, sauces and freeze-dried herbs.

What a fabulous, rich history of business that all started with a complaint and subsequent prayer.

As our evening progressed, we were in the company of local dietitian and nutritionist, Lisa Andrews. She is the author of Sound Bites Nutrition and offers an arsenal of healthy recipes, nutrition tips and more. Want to know how to make this delicious and easy summer slaw recipe? Here is an step by step instructional video on how to create this Lisa Andrew’s delicious Homestyle Apple cole slaw recipe:

As if the appetizers and delicious slaw wasn’t enough, after the demonstration, we sat down to a custom dinner made just for our evening event.  It started with two types of fresh salad and delicious Litehouse Blue Cheese and Ranch dressings. These dressing were the perfect topping to this garden fresh salad. Next came the main course – Hanger Steak with asparagus, sheltowee farm mushroom, confit shallot and garlic herb emulsion. This was, by far, the best dish I have tasted in years. I had to leave before desserts were served, but thanks to these amazing pics from Food Hussy, it looks like I missed some delicious creations including PB& J Brownies and Strawberry Creme Brulee Spoons – YUM! Creme Brulee of any type is my favorite dessert of all times! Thanks to Litehouse Foods and Bouquet Restaurant for an amazing evening. Litehouse Foods products are sold in the refrigerated cases of the produce section. They are found at many retailers including Kroger, Walmart and Meijer. Be sure to stay connected socially with Litehouse Foods for all of their product news and sales information.

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About Kristin

Master reviewer of all types of products. Love XL Fountain Sodas!! Cheer Mom extraordinaire. Socialite to all things small town and founder of ItsFreeAtlast.com. Come socialize and connect with me.

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