Dan Boone wrote:
I'm not saying one damn thing about it being actually healthy, of course. These are mostly salt/vinegar brines I'm using -- the juice from commercial pickles, green olives, and capers. Sodium, oh my!
Jocelyn's ranch dressing
(Ranch dressing is traditionally made with buttermilk, mayo and/or sour cream, though this version seems to work well.)
ALL AMOUNTS ARE ESTIMATES - ADJUST TO TASTE.
2 c. plain, unsweetened yogurt
2 c. mayo
¼ c. minced (diced very small) onion
2 T. apple cider vinegar (or pickle juice!!)
3-4 cloves crushed/minced garlic
1-2 T. no salt seasoning (the stuff from Costco)
add the following to taste:
chives - fresh if you have them
Mix all ingredients. Better if left to sit for an hour or more before serving.
Mandy Launchbury-Rainey wrote:Still securing the perimeter after Frankie has been in (clever like a veloceraptor) but otherwise, all done
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paul wheaton wrote:
The books will now gather dust until Friday. Shawn will arrive thursday eve and we will begin signing and boxing on friday. The official signing party is on saturday. If enough people show up, we might get it all done on saturday evening. (I'm told lasagna (pizza flavored cake) will be served from the rocket oven!)