Well, here is my first attempt to duplicate the Vidalia Onion Summer
 Tomato Dressing we've been talking about.  AND, in MHO, this is even
 better, because it’s not so darned sweet.
 
 Any can of tomatoes would be fine, and even better, will be some fresh
 garden tomatoes this summer.  This really does make a good fat free
 dressing, but everyone who makes it will probably come up with a
 slightly different formula.  I just guessed at the spices, seasonings,
 etc. and it really is fairly close.  Be sure to share your successes.  
 
 --------- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.00 (BB)
  
       Title: Rose’s Tomato/Onion Dressing
  Categories: Fat-free, Dressings
       Yield: about 2 1/2 cups
  
       1 cn Tomato Wedges (14 1/2 oz.)
       1 lg Sweet Onion
       2 tb Herb Vinegar (Or Whatever
            Vinegar you like . . . and
            You may want more than 2 TB)
     1/2 ts Poppy seeds
     1/2 ts Celery seeds
     1/2 ts Garlic salt
   1 1/2 ts Basil
       1 ts Cilantro
     1/2 ts Dill weed
     1/2 tb Sugar (More or less to taste)
     1/2 ts Citric Acid (optional, for
            A longer shelf life)
  
   1. Saute Onion along with the spices in a small amount
        of veggie broth, wine, or water until transparent and tender.
 . 2. Put tomatoes and onion mixture in blender,
         add vinegar and sugar. Blend on low speed.
   3. Taste, add more vinegar, salt,  and/or more sugar
         to suit individual taste buds.
  
 This makes a nice dressing for any kind of green salad.
 
 Thanks for the prodding to get this done.  It’s something I've been
 wanting to do since selling the stuff last summer.