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Buffalo Wild Wings Southwestern Ranch Recipe – A Zesty Homemade Dipping Sauce

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My parents are fond of telling me that they remember a time before ranch dressing. While ranch was invented in the early 1950s, it wasn’t popularized until the mid-1980’s. Ranch dressing used to be a much more involved affair, requiring you to mix a packet of spices and flavorings with your own mayonnaise and milk. Nowadays, of course, you can get it by the bottle in your local market.

Sweet Baby Ray’s Oven Baked BBQ Pork Chops – Slow Cooked Taste Without The Fuss!

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Barbecue traditionally involves long cook times over low heat. You take a cut of pork, ribs, or brisket, you put it in a smoker or a barbecue, and you leave it over smoldering coals for several hours. If the wait doesn’t make you hungry, the smell will. While the final product is always worth it, I always hate the part where I have to sit idly by for several hours while delicious barbecue aromas waft their way to my nostrils.

3 Best Muddlers: Make Better Muddled Drink Recipes

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A muddler is an essential bar or kitchen tool to make cocktails or mocktails. When incorporating fresh fruits or herbs in our drinks, we should keep the texture harsh and visible enough for aesthetic purposes, yet squashed enough to allow them to mix with the drinks.  That is where the muddler comes in, and it is an essential tool when you are making famous cocktails like Old-Fashioned and Mojito.