Today's salad lovers enjoy a rich variety of delicious Wish-Bone dressings, marinades and mixes. But the Wish-Bone story started with just a single Italian recipe some 60 years ago. In 1945, returning World War II veteran Phillip Sollomi opened a family style chicken restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri and the Wish-Bone was open for business. The restaurant was an immediate success, but it was in 1948 that the Wish-Bone found it's true calling. That year Phil debuted his mother's then little known salad dressing from a recipe brought from her native Sicily. Customers fell in love right there and as demand grew, Phil began mixing the dressing in a 50 gallon drum, bottling it up as fast as they could pour it. But not before his mother would slap on it's unmistakable label: "The Kansas City Wish-Bone Famous Italian Style Dressing". Add a bit of Asian flair to your salad with Wish-Bone Light Asian with Sesame and Ginger Vinaigrette Dressing. Its delicately balanced sweet & tangy flavor is a blend of soybean and extra virgin olive oils, sesame oil and rice wine vinegar. Plus, it has a third fewer calories and half the fat of regular dressings.