Salad Sunrise XL
October 13, 2011 by Sharon
Preparing salad for your dinner guest is not as easy as tossing some lettuce and tomatoes together and serving it in a fancy bowl. Guests can be picky with salad; some may want French dressing and others may opt for herb or balsamic dressing. The pickier guests are even concern of the vinegar to olive oil ration that you use in your salad dressing. To overcome this dinner headache, an olive oil cum vinegar dispenser called the Salad Sunrise XL was created.
The Salad Sunrise XL kitchen gadget looks like a vertically elongated tea pot. It has one long spout that comes out from the base and another shorter spout that comes out from middle. Using the Salad Sunrise XL is pretty simple based on the law of density. The two major components of vinaigrette are olive oil and vinegar has different density. Therefore when you pour both into the Salad Sunrise XL; you will find that the oil will come on top while the vinegar rests at the bottom.
Should your guest prefer more vinegar instead of olive oil, they simply tilt the Salad Sunrise XL so that the longer spout at the base will pour out just the vinegar at the bottom. The spouts have small openings for easy control of the amount your guests would like to have in their salad.
Besides the olive oil and vinegar combination, you could also try olive oil and lemon juice. On top of that, you could also add fresh herbs into the Salad Sunrise XL, so that your guest won’t need to add extra seasoning into their salad.