This keg is full of ranch dressing


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/11/09/this-keg-is-full-of-ranch-dres.html


#2

More like a weaponized version of Ranch Dressing.


#3

Barf is not enough letters for a comment. Alas.


#4

Hey, didn’t someone just post that in another thread?

It’d be nice if you guys would attribute these things.


#5

And after the dressing is gone we brew small hand tended batches of a Ranch Buttermilk Stout in them.


#6

Be very afraid. 04:11


#7

Delicious with… you guessed it… bacon!


#8

There should be big American flags printed on it.


#9

Am I really the only one who immediately thinks, “keg stands”?


#10

Not being American I knew ‘ranch dressing’ was something Americans liked but didn’t know what it was. I looked it up.

why?


#11

When my daughter was a baby and was starting to experiment with eating solid foods, I lost count of how many people (acquaintances and strangers) suggested or outright insisted that I start dabbing ranch dressing on everything so that it would become the magic sauce that would make her eat all undesirable foods. Ummm… no.


#12

Saw it about 3 times on FB before it showed up here. It’s making the rounds.

I bet they sell a bajillion around Superbowl time, but not much other than that.


#13

Man, if that bugs you, you really don’t want to know what we put it on.


#14

…see, I’m afraid to ask now. I mean, looking at the combination of ingredients it seems almost too rich to put on anything.


#15

Ho ho ho ho ho ho!

We put it on things that are already too rich

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Then there’s salad. Or at least the American definition of it, which these parts sounds dainty and feminine and low-calorie, but this is usually what you get before salad dressing:

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Which is to say, a pile of meat and cheese and as fatty of veggies as can be found to un-bland the healthy bland salady stuff.

Yes, I’m exaggerating. But not that much.


#16

Where I live, we’d call that second thing the main dish, and that’s before drenching the whole thing in mayonnaise. ‘Salad’ is, like, fresh vegetables, seasoned and served with a bit of oil and maybe a bit of crumbled cheese and, if the taste needs it, vinegar. Garden herbs. A few spices.


#17

Yeah, in many ways the US is a highly bastardized culture. BUT, I am mostly talking about what you get in cheap low-to-mid grade restaurants. And to some extent how people cook at home (which is also highly variable: see “white people don’t spice their food” memes).


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