Foy’s Dressed in Style Flavors for Summertime Grilling



 Foy’s Dressed in Style Flavors for Summertime Grilling

Is there anything better than a summertime barbeque? We don’t think so. Escape the heat of the kitchen and take the party outdoors with Foy’s Dressed in Style flavors for summertime grilling.  Make Foy’s your “secret ingredient” for everything from fresh salads to delicious marinades for your favorite grill fare. Whether enjoying a backyard dinner with friends or something simple and easy with the kids, whatever you make will be delicious when dressed with any of these amazing Foy’s flavors.

Foy’s Dressed in Style Flavors for Summertime Grilling

Versatility in a Bottle

The beauty of all Foy’s products is found in the versatility. You will discover ways to use our Dressed in Style products to create a delicious culinary experience. Remember, there’s no wrong way to enjoy Foy’s. Dress salads, marinate meat, use in dips and as a sauce for pasta: the possibilities are endless. Here are some ideas to tickle your taste buds and feed your imagination.


Sweet Onion Poppyseed

The perfect balance of sweetness with a zesty bite, our Sweet Onion Poppyseed Dressing is perfect straight from the bottle on salads of every variety. Create a market salad with fresh greens of your choice, diced roma tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and shredded carrots. Add diced grilled chicken breast if you like and, just to make things interesting, dice up a granny smith green apple and toss it in. Next, dress the entire salad with a few tablespoons of Sweet Onion Poppyseed Dressing. The sweet and tangy dressing will mix with the sweetness of apple and the rest of the ingredients for a delightful and light salad that’s delicious and satisfying.

This dressing is also wonderful drizzled over slices of oranges and red onions. The sweetness works very well with the tangy citrus and the bite of the red onion. It’s an excellent side dish or can be added to spinach and diced chicken for a hearty salad.


Ginger Plum

Foy’s Ginger Plum Dressing is lovely on salad, but simply magical on the grill. Marinate chunks of chicken or shrimp, then thread onto skewers for delicious kabobs. Thread the meat alone, or add chunks of fresh pineapple, red peppers and mushrooms – all will be delicious coated in Ginger Plum Dressing. Be sure to pour a little extra dressing in a cup to serve alongside the kabobs; your guests will definitely want to dip those delicious morsels in more sauce while eating! Ginger Plum Dressing is also an excellent marinade for duck or pheasant. It pairs nicely with beef as well. For an Asian-inspired meal, use this versatile dressing for stir-fry veggies or noodles.

Ginger Plum dressing is excellent as a marinade for grilled zucchini, carrots, peppers and Portobello mushrooms.


Roasted Bell Pepper

Red wine vinegar, green chilies and lime juice make this dressing pop! It’s great as a marinade for chicken, pork or seafood, but extraordinary on grilled vegetables, especially asparagus. Plus, it’s hearty enough to serve as the sauce over noodles or in a cold pasta salad. For a quick appetizer, you can spoon this over cream cheese and serve with crackers. This sauce pairs nicely with sour cream for a hearty dip for veggies and chips. Keep a bottle in the fridge for a host of culinary specialties.


Red Raspberry

We love to pair this sweet dressing with savory or spicy foods. The sweetness brings out all the flavors of every dish. For a beautiful, delicious salad, dress spinach, fresh berries, bacon and mushrooms with Red Raspberry Dressing --- for a truly unique experience, prepare and eat this salad warm. Another homerun for the grill: top grilled chicken thighs with cheddar cheese and jalapeno rings, then, spread on this sweet Red Raspberry Dressing. It’s guaranteed to hit every flavor sensor and make this dish a grill favorite.

Red Raspberry Dressing is also a wonderful dipping sauce for grilled jalapenos stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. It tastes as decadent as it sounds, and grilling is easy: simply seed and halve the peppers, stuff with cream cheese and wrap with ½ slice of bacon. Grill them over medium heat until the pepper is roasted and the bacon is cooked. Cool slightly and dip in Red Raspberry Dressing. You won’t be able to make them as fast as your guests will eat them. Don’t be surprised if you’re asked to bring these to every potluck from now on.


Tomato Balsamic

Tomatoes and balsamic vinegar conjure thoughts of Italy, and this dressing pairs very well in Italian-inspired dishes. Try it over a salad of spinach, fresh mozzarella and candied walnuts. It’s great for chicken and flaky white fish, such as halibut or tilapia: you can marinate for maximum flavor or simply brush on while grilling. Either way, you’ll have a delectable outcome. This dressing is also delicious as the base for a bean salad: try it with black beans, kidney beans, chopped onion, celery and canned corn. This makes a great picnic dish because it’s easy to prepare, travels well, and isn’t as heat-sensitive as mayo-based options.

These are simply a few ideas to get started. Summertime is a great time to enjoy all of the Foy’s Dressed in Style flavors, but they are truly a year-round treat. Can’t decide on just one? Try them all! Order a Foy’s Dressed products gift box for yourself or as a perfect gift for the foodie in your life. Then, be sure to invite yourself over for dinner!