Peace Kitchens (Salad Dressing)

Manganesh Mahesh Mahishi originally came to fame  25 years ago when he “landed on Earth from an undisclosed little pocket in the galaxy.”  Back then, Mahishi was interested in producing documentary films about paper plates.  Yesterday,  wearing a white robe and white flowers in his hair, Manganesh Mahesh Mahishi — now famously known as the founder of Peace Kitchens, Inc. — talked to an audience of 360 billion via closed circuit t.v.  His new mission: to establish cooking facilities in every corner of the universe to promote peace.

“Not only will those of you who decide to support our kitchens create peace in the cosmos, you will also insure that every being under, over and in the sun will eat.  Our kitchens will produce universe friendly foods.    Every time one of our meals is prepared, together we will send the message that peace is for real.  It is alive.  It will all begin with our powerful chefs  who are specially trained in the ancient art of yogic cooking.  This practice  sends out powerful vibrations that reduce stress, crime and violence.  With thousands of chefs practicing yogic cooking, peace will have no choice but to burst out all over.”  As an added benefit, Mahishi also described his plans for “unused food management.”  Mahishi said all unused food will be donated to local homeless shelters and low cost housing developments.

Over the last year, Mahishi has already established a few test Peace Kitchens in the US.  “The results have already surpassed our initial hopes,” said Mahishi.

Mahishi also announced plans for pre-packaged Peace Kitchens’ salad dressing to be sold around the globe.   “This way everyone can have a reminder of our Peace Kitchens’ mission,” stated a serene Mr. Mahishi.   He ended his press conference by urging all “to consciously promote peace.  Let Peace Kitchens show you the way.”

Salad Dressing

1 Tbsp. dijon mustard

2 garlic cloves, chopped

1 shallot, chopped

1 inch piece of fresh ginger, peeled and grated or minced

1/2 cup olive oil

1 tsp. peanut butter (or other nut butter)

3 Tbsp. seasoned rice wine vinegar



Place mustard, garlic, shallot, ginger, oil, vinegar and peanut butter in a blender.  Mix  well.  Season to taste with salt and pepper.


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