Guest Blog

Guest Blog: Laura’s Buttermilk Ranch Recipe

(Note from Gina: Some lovely people have graciously agreed to share words and photos and pretty things with you while I’m off on my have-a-baby adventure. Our first guest blogger is Laura Bosak, who I met several months ago on Twitter. Laura, take it away!)

Guest Blogger on Oaxacaborn - Laura Bosak

When Gina tweeted she was looking for a guest blog post, I jumped at the chance. Okay, actually, I was scanning tweets after picking up “The Kid” from school and Aquatic/Physical Therapy swimming. I mentioned to Hubs that I wanted to have a blog after I wrote a particularly awesome paper for school.  I’m three classes away from my MBA, so I’m sure it was something like the Theory of Taxation or the Advantages of S Corp Status fascinating.

I met Gina via Twitter and she was kind enough to share “corn-free” information with me when we got our food allergy test results. I’ve visited her blog when time permits and would like to think I could contribute something of interest. I would love to put together a quick tutorial for you on how to make a peasant/hippie type skirt or my gluten-free version of the Tollhouse cookie recipe, but I have to finish my homework for Adv Tax Research and I have to start a load of laundry this evening. In the essence of time, I can share my version of ranch dressing.

Guest Blog - Buttermilk Ranch Ingredients

Buttermilk Ranch Dressing
1/2 c mayo
1/3 c buttermilk
Kosher salt & pepper to taste, approx ¼ teaspoon
-Mix well.

What I love about this recipe is that it is adaptable. We use Duke’s Mayo, but if you have a preferred brand or make your own mayo due to food allergies, by all means, it won’t make it any less awesome.

(Thank you, Laura!)


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