Akron, Ohio (AP) -- The National Inventors Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio has inducted more than 300 men and women and honor their inventiveness.
But it also has a separate display about interesting things and how they came about, such as marbles and fishing lures.
This month, Hidden Valley dressing will receive recognition. It is owned by the Clorox Company.
The donated recipe dates back to the 1950s at the Hidden Valley Guest Ranch in California and resulted from mixing dry seasoning with buttermilk and mayonnaise.
It will be placed in the museum’s archives with the 1955 recipe for Campbell’s green bean casserole.
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