Senator Ben’s was developed emphasizing high quality ingredients to get a delicious and incredible flavor. Senator Ben’s can offer an essential ingredient for a marinade or sauce. The dressing makes a fresh salad or vegetable crudité pop. If you like it hot, Senator Ben’s complements fish, poultry, beef, pork or makes a burger delicious with that secret sauce.

Family legend has it:

During holiday gatherings or entertaining,

Senator Ben would make his (famous to him) dressing and mix with fresh greens or vegetables from the garden or serve as a dip with fresh hot bread right out of the oven.

Born in White Post, Pike County, Kentucky in 1864. He engaged in the wholesale hardware business, banking and coal mining in Williamson, West Virginia, named for his family. While in the Senate, he was responsible for the first federal aid for roads ever granted in Kentucky, which came to Boyd County. The Ben Williamson Memorial Bridge that crosses the Ohio River from Ashland, KY to Coal Grove, Ohio was erected in his honor and bears his name.

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HOW SENATOR BENS CAME TO BE:

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A BUSINESS CASE STUDY

How to employ your 16-year-old son and teach him entrepreneurial skills…

When Ben III and his wife Beth were considering summer employment opportunities for their son, Ben IV.…not many prospects surfaced.  Ben III, a foodservice executive and former chef, thought to honor his family history by naming his Dijon Parmesan Dressing & Marinade after his great grandfather, Ben I, a US Senator from Kentucky. Senator Ben’s Dijon Parmesan Dressing & Marinade was born.

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