In 1857, Eugene R. Durkee created the product that helped make him famous, which today we call Durkee Famous Sauce. It was the first prepared and packaged salad dressing. To appreciate this endeavor, remember, this was created prior to refrigeration. It was carried west by the pioneers. Historians have found old, discarded Durkee dressing bottles along covered-wagon trails. Durkee Famous Sauce was even purported to be stocked in Mary Todd Lincoln's pantry and served to Abraham Lincoln in the White House during the Civil War. To true Durkee Famous Sauce fans, it is affectionately called simply "Durkee's." Today, Durkee Famous Sauce enjoys a large cult following - so try Durkee Famous Sauce, wherever fine Durkee products are sold!
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