Uncommonly good bottled salad dressings with Asian flavors come from Sang Lee Farms on Long Island’s North Fork. jenniebnyc is hooked on their Asian Vinaigrette–creamy, light, slightly sweet. Other flavors: citrus, scallion, sweet ginger, toasted sesame.

coll is partial to their pestos–basil-pine nut, cilantro-pine nut, and spinach-walnut. All are available year-round online or at the farm, and on Saturday mornings from June to November at the Westhampton Beach farmers’ market (this year’s season ends November 11).

The products were developed by Sang Lee but are now made by A Taste of the North Fork in Cutchogue, which turns local produce into dressings, jams and jellies, mustards, vinegars, and other good stuff.

Sang Lee Farms [Suffolk County]
25180 Middle Rd. (County Rd. 48), near Bridge Ln., Peconic, NY

Westhampton Beach farmers’ market [Suffolk County]
in parking lot next to Westhampton Beach Historical Society
101 Mill Rd., between Sunset and Woodland Aves., Westhampton Beach, NY

A Taste of the North Fork [Suffolk County]
8595 Cox Ln., near Oregon Rd., Cutchogue

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Sang Lee Farms, North Fork LI

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