What is the difference between Russian salad dressing and Thousand Island salad dressing?
Russian salad dressing is most likely healthier than Thousand island dressing.
Classic Russian dressing is made with sour cream, a tomato product and caviar, with some pungency, possibly from horseradish. It's thought to have originated in the 1880's-1900. Thousand Island is usually mayonaise based, with (what I've seen variously) ketchup, relish, pickles, onions or chopped hard boiled eggs (the islands) added. It's a variant of Russian dressing. There's conflicting stories about it's origin, most of them originating from upstate NY. Either dressing is used on the…
dressing means making the wheel back to its original shape ( means bringing back its cutting edges ) The dressing of a wheel in order to return the wheel to its original shape is called TRUING. The removal of swarf, dull grains, and bonding material from a grinding wheel is called DRESSING. Essentially, dressing sharpens the wheel.