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The best deviled eggs are the dried chip beef, red onion, and green pepper chopped fine and Ranch Dressing added. Just don't wear any socks when eating these deviled eggs.




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Nothing. I genuinely hate the stuff.
Me, too.

I also am not fond of mayonnaise--I put Miracle Whip on sandwiches; salads (lettuce and tomato) just get some salt. I'm a pretty basic guy.

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Yeah, home made ranch is dead nuts easy to make and SO much better. And no packets of mix or anything involved. Here's the recipe I use:
https://barefeetinthekitchen.c...anch-salad-dressing/

Make it once and you'll never buy it again.


Thanks for that, just tried it; GREAT!
 
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Green Chile makes ranch tolerable.


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I make a chicken dish that involves Ranch, bacon, onion, spinach, mushrooms, and cheese.


All things I hate, said no man, ever...

Bre, I need to rotate some casserole dishes. Is this prepared as a casserole?

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As a kid, before Ranch it was 1,000 Island dressing for me.

My folks loved blue cheese and Roquefort dressings. Sister and I couldn't stand it. Now we love it.

Restaurant waitress back in the day: "Italian, 1,000 Island or blue cheese?"


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I make a chicken dish that involves Ranch, bacon, onion, spinach, mushrooms, and cheese.
That sounds tasty.

When I was working in Barcelona, my Spanish co-workers enjoyed invitations to our place for dinner, they loved the American style food that my wife prepared. They would frequently ask, "What is the algorithm for to prepare this?"

Their spoken English was, at times, interesting. They did not get that much practice speaking it, but they could easily digest technical manuals in English, German, and Russian.

So, what is the algorithm for to prepare the chicken dish that you mentioned?



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My boys age 2 and 4 will eat a gallon of Ranch if you let them. Big Grin

I saw that a dressing called Green Goddess which has really fallen off the map, was the most popular dressing just before Ranch made its debut.

It's pretty good, almost like a green, basilly Ranch.


 
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Oh come on now, you could probably eat your own hand with enough ranch dressing. Big Grin


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Kens Steakhouse Ranch, followed by Paul Neumans,

Good on Wings with Hot Garlic sauce....



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Tuna salad with Ranch instead of (forgive me) mayo.


I’ve been doing this for years! When I introduce it to someone for the first time they react like their entire life has been a lie.


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Cauliflower, broccoli, celery, carrots, cucumbers, potato chips, just to name a few things.



I found what you said riveting.
 
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Tuna salad with Ranch instead of (forgive me) mayo.


I’ve been doing this for years! When I introduce it to someone for the first time they react like their entire life has been a lie.


Got to add minced red onions and a tad of home made pickle relish.
 
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Got to add minced red onions and a tad of home made pickle relish.


Plus the center stalk of celery cut up fine.




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Heathens!!!!! I can’t stand Ranch. The devil’s puss!!!!

To each their own.

My wife and kids love it. Pizza, steak, fries, etc.... just about everything.
 
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Buffalo Wings......Can't believe nobody mentioned this yet!!!!

I guess too many red grape aficionados on the board.....heheehehehe
 
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Buffalo Wings......Can't believe nobody mentioned this yet!!!!

I guess too many red grape aficionados on the board.....heheehehehe


Ya missed it.... just 6 posts up the thread LOL

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Originally posted by HRK:
Kens Steakhouse Ranch, followed by Paul Neumans,

Good on Wings with Hot Garlic sauce....



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Whenever I make potato or macaroni salad, I add in a little ranch and Italian dressing to give it a some zip.


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Buffalo Wings......Can't believe nobody mentioned this yet!!!!

I guess too many red grape aficionados on the board.....heheehehehe


No!!! Blue cheese is for Buffalo Wings.
 
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Baked yams instead of sour cream which is a disgusting invention.


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